10 Delicious Popular Foods Typical of the Indonesian Archipelago

Nusantara Story, Each country has its own special food that can be enjoyed. if you visit Indonesia then you will also get delicious and delicious special food that has its own taste. The following are typical foods that are popular in the Indonesian archipelago. sure you will find him.

Typical Food of the Nusantara Indonesian
Delicious and delicious, here are some popular specialties from the Nusantara-Indonesia

1. Bakso

Bakso are a type of meat ball commonly found 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 and even buffalo meat

2. Sate

Sate or satai is a food made from meat that is cut into small pieces and stabbed in such a way with a stick of coconut or bamboo leaf bone, then grilled using wood charcoal coals. Satay is served with a variety of spices depending on the variation of the satay recipe

3. Gado-Gado

Gado-Gado is one of the typical foods of the archipelago in Indonesia. If you visit this country, you will find this food in every region of the archipelago. As a favorite food of the Indonesian people, which is usually enjoyed for breakfast or dinner with the family. If you go to Indonesia, if you don't taste this delicious food, it's a loss, President Obama also likes.

4. Nasi Uduk

Nasi uduk is a dish made of steamed white rice with coconut milk , and seasoned with nutmeg , cinnamon , ginger , lemon grass and pepper . This dish began to be made by residents of the island of Java around 1910-1924 and was popularized by the Dutch East Indies after that. [1] Nasi uduk is said to have originated from the thought of Sultan Agung of Mataram , who was inspired by his experience of eating kebuli rice . [1]

Nasi uduk is usually served with fried chips , fried tofu , sliced ​​omelet or fried egg , dried abon, tempeh , fried onions , fried chicken , cucumber and peanut sauce . This dish is usually sold more in the morning for breakfast and in the evening for dinner. At night, Nasi uduk is often sold on the roadside in big cities. Nasi uduk is widely sold in cities and regions on the island of Java, but it is quite difficult to find outside Java

5. Nasi Goreng

Nasi Gorang is a food in the form of fried rice and stirred in cooking oil, margarine, or butter. Usually, sweet soy sauce, shallots, garlic, tamarind, pepper and other spices are added; such as eggs, chicken, and crackers.

6. Rendang

Rendang or randang is an authentic Indonesian meat dish originating from Minangkabau. This dish is produced from a long low temperature cooking process using various spices and coconut milk

7. Pempek-Pempek

Pempek or empek-empek is a food made from soft ground fish meat mixed with starch or sago flour, as well as a composition of several other ingredients such as eggs, mashed garlic, flavoring, and salt.

8. Tempoyak

Tempoyak or tempuyak is a dish made from fermented durian fruit. Tempoyak is a food that is usually consumed as a side dish when eating rice.

9. Gular  Pindang

Pindang is a processed fish product by a combination of boiling and salting. The resulting product is a preserved fish product with low salt content.

10. Soto

Soto is a traditional Indonesian soup consisting mainly of broth, meat and vegetables. Many traditional soups are called soto, while soups with foreign and Western influences are called sop. Soto is sometimes considered Indonesia's national dish, as it is served from Sumatra to Papua, in many variations.

Enjoy, those are 10 typical Indonesian archipelago foods that are popularly enjoyed by the public.

References : https://id.wikipedia.org/

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