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Indonesian Cuisine – Mouth Watering Dishes Part 2

Submitted by Agustian Hermanto on February 1, 2010 – 1:01 pmComments

On one of our previous post, we share mouth watering Indonesian dishes. And now, let’s continue on the culinary adventure!

  • Roti Cane

    Province: Aceh & North Sumatra
    Indian type bread with chunks of beef curry.

    Roti Cane

  • Sangsang

    Province: Aceh & North Sumatra
    Stew made from pork or dog meat (or more rarely, water buffalo meat), coconut milk and spices; an obligatory dish in Batak marriage celebrations.

    Sangsang

  • Padang Cuisine

    Province: West Sumatra
    Wide selection of side dishes which usually involve coconut milk & lots of chili, originally from Padang but now famous throughout Indonesia.

    Padang Cuisine

  • Ketupat Sayur

    Province: Jakarta
    Pressed rice cake served with chicken or meat soup in coconut milk, labu, jackfruit, and krupuk.

    Ketupat Sayur

  • Siomay Bandung

    Province: West Java
    Fishcakes traditionally made from mackerel fish meat served with peanut sauce.

    Siomay Bandung

  • Sop Buntut

    Province: Java
    Ox-tail served in clear soup.

    Sop Buntut

  • Bubur Ayam

    Province: Java
    Rice porridge served with soy sauce, spices, fried shallots, shredded chicken meat, beans, cakwee, krupuk, and sambal.

    Bubur Ayam

  • Ayam Kalasan

    Province: Yogyakarta
    Fried chicken with kremes (crispy granules).

    Ayam Kalasan

  • Bakpia Pathok

    Province: Yogyakarta
    Small patties of baked pastry filled with sweet mung bean paste.

    Bakpia Pathok

  • Tumpeng

    Province: Java & Bali
    Cone-shaped rice dish with vegetable & meat side dishes, such as fried chicken, fried prawn, shredded omelets, beef floss, etc.

    Nasi Tumpeng

  • Betutu

    Province: Bali
    Traditional Balinese dish made from chicken or duck.

    Betutu

  • Cakalang Fufu

    Province: North Sulawesi
    Grilled smoked Tuna skipjack fish stuck on bamboo.

    Cakalang Fufu

  • Mie Goreng

    Province: Throughout Indonesia
    Indonesian style fried noodle.

    Mie Goreng

  • Lupis

    Province: Throughout Indonesia
    Glutinous rice cake wrapped and cooked in banana leaves, served with grated coconut and drizzled with thick coconut sugar syrup.

    Lupis

  • Cincau

    Province: Throughout Indonesia
    Grass jelly and shredded ice with sugar or syrup.

    Cincau

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  • Fellicia

    I tried everything except for sangsang and the fufu fish (not sure..). Everything taste really2 good!!!!!
    padang food - highly recommended for spicy food lovers...

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