Posts Under Sulawesi/Celebes Cuisine Category

Mie Titi

Mie Titi

  A kind noodle dish using dry noodles (deep fried) with thick sauce and also sliced chicken, mushrooms, shrimp, squid, and liver. The dish is  similar to i fu mie only the noodles are thinner and broken into individual layers instead of fused into a circle like in I fu mie. Initially the name of food is not titi noodle. The name comes from the nickname of the owner of dry noodle ...

Saraba

Saraba

This drink is commonly found in South Sulawesi, especially along the road in the city of Makasar or in Losari coast. Saraba is made from milk, eggs, ginger, coconut milk and smoothly crushed brown sugar. Saraba is often served on a friendly chat amongst Makasar people at night. Not only known as a hot comfort drink, but saraba is also believed to generate stamina for men, give energy to let...

Sambal Dabu-dabu

Sambal Dabu-dabu

Dabu-dabu is a very popular sauce of Manado, made from a mixture of red pepper, cayenne pepper, red onion and fresh tomatoes and the last one is mixed with soy sauce. The difference in this sauce the way of making is not smoothed by pulverized or pounded. All materials are sliced ​​or finely chopped. So, while enjoying it, the fresh and crunchy taste of the texture of the ingredients. source...

Bubur Manado

Bubur Manado

Tinutuan or Bubur Manado is a typical Indonesian food from Manado, North Sulawesi. There are also those who say Tinutuan is a typical food of Minahasa, North Sulawesi. Bubur Manado is a mixture of various vegetables, no meat, so this food can be a food association between groups of people in Manado. To make this typical food of sulawesi can also added pumpkin, spinach, kale, and basil leaves jus...

Coto Makassar

Coto Makassar

Soto Makassar is a traditional food of Makassar. Makassar people often call it with Coto Makassar or Coto Mangkasara. This food is made from innards cows that are boiled in a long time. Stew of beef mixed with beef is then sliced ​​and then seasoned with specially formulated spices. Coto served in a bowl and eaten with ketupat and “burasa”. Currently Coto Mangkasara has spread to...