Ok, so this is a bit embarrassing. I just found out about the whole Vowelburgers™ thing, and I just realised that a Vowelburgers™ Restaurant opened next door. Of course I had to get one. They were having these delicious tomatoes in their new Double Decker burgers which have 2 consonant buns, 1 consonant tomato slice, and 2 same vowel patties. But, Indonesians have a very picky tongue (I live in Indonesia), so they had an Indonesian Food Connoisseur come to taste their take on an Indonesian Vowelburger™. Unfortunately, 3 burgers tasted horrible! To fix that, they decided to swap 2 of the burgers' vowel patties together and added a consonant lettuce to the 3rd, and finally they tasted good.
Can you help me identify the menu without knowing the changed up vowels?
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Note to clarify: 2 of the Vowelburgers™ are in the order of consonant bun, vowel patty, tomato, vowel patty, and consonant bun. The changed up ones: There are 4 Vowelburgers™ instead of 5 because as explained above, the vowels are combined together, and as for the third, lettuce is added. All words and descriptions are in Indonesian.
Another note: This is my first Vowelburgers™ riddle, so if there are any mistakes, please tell me!
A third note (completely out of context of the riddle): I literally live in Indonesia.
One more clarification: The changed Vowelburgers™ are still grammatically correct in Indonesian, I just changed them to make it more of a riddle. Bonus points if you can identify these words too!
Another clarification: People don't seem to get it yet, so I'll clarify: Since one double decker Vowelburger has 2 vowel patties, 2 consonant buns, and one tomato, the swapped up burger has 2 different vowel patties instead of the usual double vowels .