Feast in Indonesia

Many Indonesian traditional customs and ceremonies incorporate food and feast, one of the best examples is tumpeng. Originally from Java, tumpeng is a cone shaped mound of rice surrounded by an assortment of other dishes, officially chosen as Indonesian national dish in 2014, as the dish that binds the diversity of Indonesia's various culinary traditions. Another classics style of Feast is rijsttafel which involved serving of up to 40 different dishes by 40 male waiters. Interesting is the Feast preformance from West Sumatera which known as Nasi Padang, which not only serving very delicious culinary but also nice performance. There are many more presentation of Indonesia Feast Culinary.

Sundanese Cuisine

Posted at 30 Sep 2014

Sundanese cuisine is the cuisine of Sundanese people in West Java, Indonesia. It is among one of the most popular food in Indonesia. Sundanese food has a freshness characteristic of the material, the famous salad eaten with sambal and also Karedok demonstrate the Sundanese fondness towards fresh raw vegetables. Unlike the Minangkabau dishes are rich in flavor and spicy with curry paste and coconut milk contains a thick, Sundanese cuisine featuring flavors are light, simple, and clear; ranged from savory salty, fresh sour, lightly sweet, and spicy.

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Batak Cuisine

Posted at 30 Sep 2014

Batak cuisine is influenced by the type of cuisine and the art of cooking traditions Batak tribe, which inhabited the region of North Sumatra, Indonesia. Batak cuisine is one of the types of dishes archipelago. One characteristic of Batak cuisine is his penchant to use andaliman (Zanthoxylum acanthopodium) as the main spice. That's why Andaliman sometimes dubbed as "pepper Batak".

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Mixed Rice - Bali

Posted at 30 Sep 2014

In Bali the mixed rice called Nasi Campur Bali or simply Nasi Bali is a favorite among tourist. This Balinese version of nasi campur probably is the most internationally well-known version of nasi campur, mostly contributed by the "Bali factor", the Balinese popularity as the island resort among international visitors. The tastes are often distinctly local, punctuated by basa genep, the typical Balinese spice mix used as the base for many curry and vegetable dishes.

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Padang Cuisine

Posted at 30 Sep 2014

Padang food is the cuisine of the Minangkabau people of West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is among the most popular food in Maritime Southeast Asia. It is known across Indonesia as Masakan Padang (Padang cuisine, in English usually the simpler Padang food) after the city of Padang the capital city of West Sumatra province. It is served in restaurants mostly owned by perantauan (migrating) Minangkabau people in Indonesian cities.

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