Bakwan is an Indonesian fried meal consisting of vegetables and batter. Bakwan usually refers to a vegetable fritter snack, commonly sold by gorengan (Indonesian fritter) traveling street vendors. The ingredients are vegetables; usually beansprouts, shredded cabbages and carrots, battered and deep fried in cooking oil. In West Java bakwan is known as 'bala-bala'. It is similar to Japanese yasai tenpura (vegetable tempura).

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  • Bakwan is an Indonesian fried meal consisting of vegetables and batter. Bakwan usually refers to a vegetable fritter snack, commonly sold by gorengan (Indonesian fritter) traveling street vendors. The ingredients are vegetables; usually beansprouts, shredded cabbages and carrots, battered and deep fried in cooking oil. In West Java bakwan is known as 'bala-bala'. It is similar to Japanese yasai tenpura (vegetable tempura). (en)
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  • Bakwan is an Indonesian fried meal consisting of vegetables and batter. Bakwan usually refers to a vegetable fritter snack, commonly sold by gorengan (Indonesian fritter) traveling street vendors. The ingredients are vegetables; usually beansprouts, shredded cabbages and carrots, battered and deep fried in cooking oil. In West Java bakwan is known as 'bala-bala'. It is similar to Japanese yasai tenpura (vegetable tempura). (en)
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