Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Indonesian food is world famous

Indonesia is known for having a culturally diverse repertoire, ranging from the traditional house, dance, culture and do not miss is the food. Ya! Indonesia does have a diverse variety of foods, Well I'm going to post here is about the food ama Indonesia most favored foreign tongue (we should be proud because Indonesia possessed many diverse types of food), want to know what are the preferred food Indonesia strangers:
 1. Soto Betawi
Soto Betawi is a popular soup in the Jakarta area. Just as soto soto Madura and eldest, soto Betawi also use jerohan. In addition to bowel, often other organs are also included, such as eyes, torpedo, and also the heart.
  2. Fried Rice
Fried rice in Indonesia and in other countries can have its own variations depending on the region of origin and ingredients or materials used. This variation is usually influenced by the foods commonly used local herbs and spices influence from neighboring countries, foreign ethnic or cultural influence that comes built-into the country.

3.Yellow rice 
Yellow rice is a typical Indonesian food. The food is made from rice cooked with turmeric and coconut milk and spices. With the addition of spices and coconut milk, yellow rice has a more savory flavor than white rice. Yellow rice is one variation of the white rice is often used as a cone. Yellow rice usually served with various side dishes typical of Indonesia. In the tradition of Indonesia rice color yellow symbolizes gold mountain meaningful wealth, prosperity and morality. Therefore yellow rice is often served at Thanksgiving events and happy events such as birth, marriage and fiance. In Balinese tradition, the color yellow is one of the four sacred colors available, in addition to white, red and black. Yellow rice therefore often used in ceremonial brass dish.
 4. pecel catfish
Pecel catfish (or Pecek catfish) in Indonesia is the name of a food made from catfish. Usually the question is dried catfish fried in oil and then served with sambal vegetables. Ordinary vegetables consists of basil, cabbage, cucumbers, beans and chili.

 5. Gudek
Gudeg (Javanese gudheg) is the typical food of Yogyakarta and Central Java which is made from young jackfruit cooked in coconut milk. It took many hours to make this dish. Brown color is usually produced by teak leaves are cooked together. Gudeg eaten with rice and served with thick coconut milk (areh), chicken, eggs, tofu and sambal goreng
 6. ketoprak
Ketoprak is one kind of Indonesian food using a diamond that is easy to find. Usually diamond sold using a stroller on the streets or on the sidewalk. Its main components are know, rice noodles, cucumber, bean sprouts, and can also use boiled egg that comes with peanut sauce, soy sauce, and a sprinkling of fried onions. Can also be served with crackers or chips melinjo added. There are several versions that include soy (tempeh) as components.
 7. Siomay
In Indonesia there are many different types of cuisines siomai variations based on meat for the contents, ranging from mackerel fish siomai, chicken, shrimp, crab, or a mixture of chicken and shrimp. Materials for the contents mixed with sago or tapioca. Siomai also no longer wrapped in the skin of the wheat flour. Chicken eggs and vegetables such as potatoes, bitter melon, and cabbage to the content or no content is also served in a dish together siomai. Tofu Meatballs (fill out) also belong to the kind of siomai. Dumpling (siomai bandung) served after flushing bean sauce made ​​from crushed peanuts and diluted with water. Condiments to include chili bean sauce, sugar, garlic, salt, and vinegar or lemon juice. As presented, siomai be given additional soy sauce, chili sauce bottle, or tomato sauce.
 8. meatball
Meatballs or meatball is a ball kind of meat is most prevalent 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 this presentation, the meatballs are generally served hot with a clear beef broth, mixed with noodles, rice noodles, bean sprouts, tofu, sometimes eggs, sprinkled with fried onions and celery. The meatballs are very popular and can be found throughout Indonesia, from street vendor carts to restaurants. Different types of meatballs now much on offer in the form of frozen foods sold in supermarkets and shopping malls. Sliced ​​meatballs can also be used as a complement to other foods such as fried noodles, fried rice, or capcai.

 9. Sate
Sate or satay or sometimes written satai is a food made from pieces of meat (chicken, goat, lamb, beef, pork, fish, etc.) are cut into small pieces, and ditusuki with satay puncture is usually made ​​of bamboo, then burnt using charcoal embers. Sate is then served with a variety of seasonings (depends on satay recipe variations).

 10. Hodgepodge
Gado-gado is one of the foods that come from Indonesia in the form of vegetables are boiled and blended into one, with a seasoning or sauce of crushed peanuts with sliced ​​egg and fried onions sprinkled on top. Slightly fried chips or crackers (some are taking prawn crackers) are also added. Gado-gado can be eaten just like a salad with herbs / peanut sauce, but can also be eaten with white rice or sometimes also served with rice cake.

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