Posts Under Traditional Cuisine Category

Kerak Telur

Kerak Telur

Kerak telur is the original food of Jakarta (Betawi) , with the ingredients of white sticky rice, chicken eggs, dried shrimp with fried onions, then spiced into coconut roasted coconut, red chilli, kencur , Ginger, pepper granules, salt and granulated sugar. Kerak telur is present when Betawi-themed events. There is a unique way of making Kerak telur, usually done by a roving seller with tw...

Jamu Satay

Jamu Satay

 Jamu Satay is a traditional food existing in Solo. Jamu Satay is a dish of dog meat pieces stuck in skewer. ‘Jamu’ is an Indonesian word for elixir. In the 1970s, people believed that dog meat is an elixir for every disease. Dog meat is prohibited for Muslims, thus every Muslims visiting Solo must be careful. Source of the pic: http://cdn-2.tstatic.net/t...

Swike

Swike

  Swike or Swikee is a traditional cuisine which is originally a Chinese cuisine made of green frog legs. This dish can be found in the form of a dry, fried, or pan-fried soup. Served with a sprinkling of fried garlic and celery leaves on it, the swike is usually served with rice.   Source of the pic: http://4.bp.blogspot.com

Pindang Egg

Pindang Egg

Pindang egg is a traditional cuisine which is famous in Indonesia and Malaysia. It is also called as ‘marble eggs’ for it looks like marble. It is similar to Chinese tea eggs. However, instead of black tea used in Chinese, Pindang Egg uses leftover shallot skins, teak leaves or guava leaves to give dark brownish color.  source of the pic: https://resepkoki.id  

Ketupat

Ketupat

Ketupat is a cuisine which is usually found in Ramadhan. It is made of rice wrapped in young coconut leaves forming a lozenge. Ketupat is most often encountered during the celebration of Lebaran until the next 5 days when Muslims celebrate the end of the fasting month. It is usually served with a chicken dish.  Source of the pic: https://www.maggi.com.my