Best Campus – Indonesia’s culinary universe should be proud. Because, rendang, meat dishes from West Sumatra became world champions. A CNN survey of more than 35,000 people from around the world named rendang as the most delicious food on earth. That Indonesian cuisine includes superlezat gravy-soaked noodles, spicy curries that taste scary, fish wrapped in banana leaves aka pepes, vegetable salad with sweet bean sauce which we know as gado-gado or pecel. “Sambal, martabak, rendang. If you can read this list without drool, droole. That means you’re better than us.”
- Sambal Almost every day there is always this mandatory menu. Sambalis a sauce prepared from crushed chili peppers so that the water content comes out and is usually added other ingredients such as salt, vinegar and terasi.
- Satay or Satai is a food made from pieces of meat that are cut into small pieces and pierced with skewers that are usually made from the bone of coconut or bamboo leaves, then burned using wood charcoal embers. Satay is then served with a variety of spices that depend on the variety of satay recipes.
- Meatballsor basois the most common type of meatball in Indonesian cuisine. Meatballs are generally made from a mixture of ground beef and tapioca flour, but there are also meatballs made from chicken, fish, or shrimp. In its presentation, meatballs are generally served hot with clear beef broth, mixed with noodles, bihun, sprouts, tofu, sometimes eggs, sprinkled with fried onions and celery.
- Fried riceis a food in the form of rice fried and stirred in cooking oil or margarine, usually plus sweet soy sauce, onions, garlic, tamarind, pepper and other spices, such as eggs, chicken, and chicken.
- Gado-gadois one of the foods originating from Java in the form of vegetables that are boiled and mixed into one, with peanut seasoning or sauce from mashed peanuts accompanied by egg slices and topped with fried onions. A little fried emping or crackers (some also use shrimp crackers) is also added. Gado-gado can be eaten just like a salad with spices / peanut sauce, but can also be eaten along with white rice or sometimes also served with lontong.
- Nasi padang.Padang restaurant that serves Padang rice, namely rice is served with various side dishes of Padang Cuisine. Sambal ijo, chicken pop, snapper head is a typical dish of padang cuisine.
- Nasi uduk.Nasi uduk / liwet is the name of a type of food made from the basic ingredients of white rice that is diaroned and steamed with coconut milk from grated coconut, and seasoned with nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger, lemongrass leaves and pepper. This food is then served with fried emping, fried tofu, omelet / fried egg that has been sliced, abon, dried tempeh, fried onions, fried chicken, cucumber and sambal from beans. These foods are usually more often sold in the morning for breakfast and evening for dinner. At night, usually uduk rice is sold in pecel catfish stalls, which are stalls that sell nasi uduk along with side dishes, such as: catfish, goldfish, grilled and fried chicken, and others.
- Gudeg.Gudeg (Javanese gudheg) is a typical yogyakarta and central Javanese food made from young jackfruit cooked with coconut milk. It takes hours to make this dish. The brown color is usually produced by teak leaves cooked together. Gudeg is eaten with rice and served with thick coconut milk (areh), chicken, eggs, tofu and krecek fried sambal.
- Pecel catfish.Pecak catfish (or better known as pecel catfish) in Indonesia is the name of a typical Central Java food consisting of catfish and sambal (spice) pecak. Usually what is meant is catfish fried dry with oil and then served with tomato sambal and lalapan. Ordinary lalapan consists of basil, cabbage, cucumber, and long beans.
- Fried bakmi.Bakmi is one type of noodle brought by Chinese traders to Indonesia. Bakmi is also often called yamien or yahun. Bakmi is also a famous food, especially in chinatowns in Indonesia. Usually bakmi has been adapted using Indonesian spices. The thickness of bakmi is between Mian China and Udon Japan, in addition there are various variations of bakmi in Indonesia.
- Soto.Soto, sroto, or coto is a typical Indonesian food made from meat and vegetable broth. The most commonly used meats are beef and chicken, but also pork and goat. Various regions in Indonesia have their own types of soto, with different contents, for example Soto Kediri, soto Madura, Soto Lamongan, soto Jepara, soto Betawi, soto Padang, soto Bandung, soto Sokaraja, soto Banjar, soto Medan, coto Makassar.
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