Style of Indonesian Famous Dishes Suggestion
Style in Traditional Identity of Country
The Reserve of Indonesian Traditional Food Depends on Style
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After spending a month exploring Indonesia, its local cuisine quickly earned a spot on the list of our favourites! We were pleased to discover that Indonesian food offers so much more than Nasi Goreng, a traditional fried rice dish that often makes an appearance on Asian restaurant menus around the world.
Thanks to its cultural and geographic diversity, Indonesia offers a vast variety of flavours ranging from spicy and salty to sweet and sour.
At the heart of every dish is, of course, white rice, and it’s no surprise given that Indonesia is the world’s 3rd largest paddy rice producer in the world. In fact, rice culture is so prevalent in Indonesia that in parts of the country, particularly regions of Java and Sumatra, wheat based dishes, like noodles and breads are sometimes treated as side dishes consumed in addition to rice.
Instant noodles, however, have become more and more popular since their introduction in 1970s. Today, dishes like Mie Goreng (fried noodles), are frequently served in homes across the country. They are also some of the cheapest and most common dishes you’ll come across in small street side restaurants and stalls.
Editor :Andi Saputra
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