Archive for March 2015

Jangka Umbut Rotan

Jangka Umbut Rotan

Rotan or rattan can in fact be eaten. This soup uses young rattan or called umbut rottan or even more well known amongst dayak tribe as umbut nang’e. It is cooked with baung fish and sour eggplant. This soup is can be categorized as a must try iconic old cuisine.

Bingka Barandam

Bingka Barandam

Literally means soaked Bingka because it is Bingka, which is made of egg and flour, put into sugar water. It is usually eaten as desert and can be found anywhere especially in fasting month.

Amplang

Amplang

Amplang is a type of  crackers(kerupuk) which is made to be look like a tiger’s claw. It is made of fish and flour which is dried and then fried. It is usually eaten with rice and other side dish or even eaten as it is.

Pepes Shrimp Mango

Pepes Shrimp Mango

Pepes means food that was cooked by steaming it while wrapped inside a large leaf (commonly banana leaf). This pepes main ingridient is shrimp and mango. Of course it still uses typical Indonesian spice mix of garlic, red onion, chili, salt and sugar. Imagine eating this one of a kind pepes while cruising on the beautiful sea around Sulawesi Island. Bon appetite.

Duo

Duo

Duo is a stir fried dish made of duo fish, tempe (fermented soy beans), and different kinds of local herbs. It has 3 different tastes in one dish at one bite. You can have sweet, sour and spicy at the same time and not to mention the rich nutrition inside it.  Be it cold or hot, still tasty all the same!