Ketoprak is a typical street-food. It was originally popular around the Jakarta.
Its consists of ketupat (rice steamed in a coconut leaf), tofu, sliced cabbage, mihun (thin rice noodles), sprouts, chips and a sauce made from ground peanut and palm sugar made into a thick paste, mixed with chilli, salt, garlic and also sweet soybean ketchup. It is sold in individual portions from small stalls or carts along the street. Buyers may request that the dish be mild, medium or spicy.