Nobody knows how a French-named food became one of the most popular snacks in Indonesia, although it must have come with the Dutch. Having Indonesian Risoles is like eating chicken pot pie wrapped in a pocket pastry coated with breadcrumbs. Your first bite is crunchy, then the creamy chicken and vegetables ooze delicious, warm goodness into your mouth.
Often eaten as a snack, risoles also make great appetizers when paired with chili sauce.
Indonesian risoles ingredients are complex, consisting of garlic, shallots, salt, milk, sugar, nutmeg, pepper, chicken breast, carrots, celery, flour, eggs, and breadcrumbs.
5 Risoles for $12.50