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Best Indonesian Food Recipes

You can find The best Indonesian Food easy to cook at home for all family and kids

You can find The best Indonesian Food easy to cook at home for all family and kids

Best Indonesian Food Recipes

by Hasyim Mulyono
Best Indonesian Food Recipes
Best Indonesian Food Recipes

What is it about?

You can find The best Indonesian Food easy to cook at home for all family and kids. You will find all Recipes you will ever need. No more buying expensive cookbooks or writing down ingredients before you start cooking with this healthy recipe app you have all in one place. Simple to follow instructions in detail and best of all its FREE NOW!. Indonesian cuisine simple recipes are the right choice for you try to create new dishes with delicious taste.

Best Indonesian Food Recipes

App Details

Version
1.10
Rating
NA
Size
45Mb
Genre
Food & Drink Health & Fitness
Last updated
October 4, 2016
Release date
October 4, 2016
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App Store Description

You can find The best Indonesian Food easy to cook at home for all family and kids. You will find all Recipes you will ever need. No more buying expensive cookbooks or writing down ingredients before you start cooking with this healthy recipe app you have all in one place. Simple to follow instructions in detail and best of all its FREE NOW!. Indonesian cuisine simple recipes are the right choice for you try to create new dishes with delicious taste.

There are many regional specialties in Indonesian, but wherever you are in Indonesia, most meals, including breakfast, are based around rice. Literally meaning "fried rice", nasi goreng is considered the national dish of Indonesia and can be found everywhere from street hawker carts to dinner parties or restaurants. It is a meal of stir-fried rice spiced with kecap manis (sweet soy sauce), shallot, garlic, tamarind and chilli and accompanied by other ingredients, mainly egg, chicken, prawns or salted dried fish.

Sambals Bajak are also a cornerstone of the cuisine and these chilli-based condiments may be either freshly made or store-bought. There are many types of sambals, all of which combine a variety of chilli peppers with different combinations of spices, fruits or vegetables.

Indonesians believe in giving a "kick start" to their palate with the heat of chilli and the sour crunch of pickles, so meals generally comprise rice, sambal terasi and pickles with small amounts of meats, seafood or vegetables, often in curry form. People eat either with their right hand or with a spoon and fork.

Some of the intense flavour in Indonesian food comes from very sweet and sour ingredients โ€“ such as the thick sweet soy sauce called kecap manis, which is used in countless dishes. The sour notes in the cuisine come from tamarind and lime and the aromatics from shallots, ginger, galangal, pandan, turmeric, lemongrass and lime leaves.

Two foods adored by Indonesians are tempeh โ€“ fermented soybeans usually found in block form that are high in protein and fibre โ€“ and krupuk, or deep fried crackers, made from prawn, seafood or vegetables, which are eaten at the start of a meal.

Because of the humid climate and volcanic soil, tropical fruits, vegetables and spices are found in abundance. Dried spices such as coriander seeds, cardamom pods, cinnamon quills, cumin seeds, cloves and nutmeg are used every day in many dishes and each curry has a number of dried spices as well as fresh herbs.

Desserts are some of the most exuberant in South East Asia, especially the favorite "es cendol" which features shaved ice, tropical fruit, coconut milk and pandan flavoured "worms" made from mung bean flour.
Here is an example of Indonesian cuisine recipes contained in this application:
> Indonesian meat-dish
> Indonesian Salad
> Beef Noodle Curry
> Sweet and Sour Tofu With Vegetables
> Grilled Indonesian Chicken Satay
> The Best Indonesian Peanut Sauce
> Chicken in Galangal-Tomato Sauce
> Thai-Indonesian Rendang Curry
> Collard Greens Curry Indonesian Style
> Thousand Layer Spice Cake
> Stir-Fried Mussels With Chili, Garlic and Basil
> Balinese Chicken
> And Much more again you can get them on the application.

Recipes that doses used to make a dish that has been proven to be accurate. In addition to preparing the ingredients, the recipes are also available information and guidance about how to process materials that will be cooked, as well as information about how to present the results of these dishes. If you are interesting in learning how to cook Indonesian food and simple recipes, you are in the right place. Feel free to try them!

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