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Unique of meatballs that only exist in Indonesia – Part 2

Talking about meatballs in Indonesia is probably almost the same as we are talking about how many tribes there are in Indonesia. Because there are so many unique that only exist in Indonesia, ranging from typical Solo meatballs, Malang meatballs, Urat meatballs and others.

But not Indonesians, if they are not creative, meatballs, which are normally served with noodles and soup, are now experiencing innovation to create unique meatballs that you can only find in Indonesia. Continues about article before, are you still curious about these unique meatballs? check it right now !!

1. H.M.Nasir Tennis Ball Meatball

Want to eat meatballs together with friends and family ?? This meatball is suitable for your choice, because its large size almost exceeds the size of a baby’s head. Meanwhile, these meatballs are sold at a fairly expensive price, namely 100 thousand Rupiah per bowl and can only be found in the Pamulang University area.

2. Gravel Meatballs

If the previous one was a large meatball, this unique meatball is as small as pebbles on the edge of a river. Even so, the dough used to make these meatballs is still the same and the taste is delicious. For those who are interested in trying it, you can stop by the original shop in Yogyakarta. One portion is usually filled with 3 to 6 small meatballs which are guaranteed to be addictive.

3. Barbell Meatballs

Just by looking at it we can already guess if this meatball has an anti-mainstream shape! Instead of being round like usual, this meatball is in the form of a barbell. Not only the meatball, but it turns out that all the equipment is also in the form of a barbell. This meatball outlet which is located at Jalan Riau 205, Bandung does offer barbell-shaped meatballs, because the owner who turns out to be Agung Hercules deliberately created this type because of his love for the sport.

4. Bakso Beranak

Innovations in the meatball world continue to grow. After meatballs with various sizes and various fillings, now comes the children’s meatballs. The meaning of bakso beranak is the meatball in the meatball. Once you cut large meatballs, you can get small meatballs or other fillings such as tofu or dumplings. This meatball has shocked culinary lovers because in addition to offering very large meatballs (exceeding the size of a bowl). It can also produce small meatballs in the giant meatball. For those who want to try this Beranak Meatball, 1 portion is sold for 30 thousand Rupiah, and is located in the Sentul area, Bogor.

5. Bakso Bakar Malang

Malang is a meatball paradise which is famous to various regions in Indonesia. If you come to Malang, try various processed meatballs, from standard to grilled meatballs, which have a taste for faith. This grilled meatball will be skewered into a satay-like sauce then grilled with soy sauce and onions and chili sauce which tastes very kicking. For those of you who want to try an original and authentic taste, you can stop by a shop near SMPN 2 Malang or Jalan Pahlawan Trip.

6. Bowl Meatballs

Bakso Mangkok is a type of meatball that weighs up to 2 kilograms. Hmm … it’s huge! It’s so big, no one has been able to finish it alone. Even eaten by 4 people there will still be a lot left. If you want to try this giant meatball, please stop by the shop which is located on Jalan Sukawarna, Cicendo, Bandung City. 1 serving of Mangkok Meatballs is sold for 25 thousand Rupiah (for the smaller version of the meatball or as big as an adult’s hand) and 150 thousand Rupiah for the jumbo version.

Unique of meatballs that only exist in Indonesia – Part 1

This article will discuss about the unique and creative types of meatballs that only exist in Indonesia such as Malang meatballs, Solo meatballs, Wonogiri meatballs, and others.

Indonesia has a variety of culinary delights that are well known throughout the world. Not only satay and fried rice which are famous as Indonesian specialties. The round meatball is also a legendary culinary from Indonesia that is craved from the lower class to the top and the taste is guaranteed to always be delicious. Investigate it, meatballs are actually original food from the bamboo curtain country, aka China. Even so, meatballs are ingrained in Indonesia, it’s no wonder almost every region has their own unique meatballs which is exist.

But not Indonesians, if they are not creative, meatballs, which are normally served with noodles and soup, are now experiencing innovation to create unique meatballs that you can only find in Indonesia. Are you curious about these unique meatballs? just check it right away !!

1. Boedjangan meatballs

Weiitss !! From the name, maybe this meatball can only be enjoyed by those who are still bachelors ??, but take it easy, friend, this meatball can be enjoyed by anyone, how come they don’t choose status. You can find this unique meatball outlet throughout the Jabodetabek area, but it originates from the City of Flowers, Bandung. This meatball offers all kinds of fillings from cheese, bird’s eye chilies and whole eggs. But the most interesting thing is the cheese filling because it is very tasty and delicious. One bowl is sold with prices ranging from 20 to 30 thousand Rupiah.

2. Penyet Meatballs

Penyet chicken, tempeh penyet are still natural, yes and we often meet on the side of the road, but this is the penyet meatball ?? Yep, in fact, there is this unique meatball table. It is named bakso penyet because it is served on a mortar and eaten with chili grind just like you eat chicken or tempeh penyet. You can imagine, the taste must be spicy and delicious, make you addicted! You can find this meatball outlet in a restaurant called Warung Bu Kris which is located in Fatmawati, South Jakarta. The price is also quite affordable, only 22 thousand Rupiah per portion.

3. Meatballs Comberan

Whew !! Who is confused with this unique meatball? Don’t get me wrong first, because this meatball is not open to scrabble or gummy soup. But why is it called meatball gutter because the sauce is dark black like sewage water. But wait until you try it yourself, because in terms of taste, this meatball can be said to be really good. Because the dark black sauce comes from rawon sauce which is then mixed with noodles, pieces of bone and lots of meat. Pak Bewok, the owner, combines the taste of kluwak with the savory meatballs so that the taste offered is more savory and fresh. One portion of this Comberan Meatball is sold at prices starting from 12 thousand Rupiah. The location is in front of the entrance to the University of Indonesia.

4. Moncrot Meatballs

One of the most unique meatballs in Indonesia might be suitable to be given to this moncrot meatball. How could it not be, this meatball is made from tomatoes whose contents are emptied. And then replaced with meatball dough. Even though it’s strange, don’t doubt the taste of this unique meatball. Because the combination of the sour tomato flavor with the savory meatballs is very suitable especially when enjoyed when it rains. The Moncrot Meatball Shop, located in Tebet, South Jakarta, serves this tomato meatball menu at a price of IDR 24,500 per portion.

Still have another list for unique of meatball that you can find only in Indonesia, see in the next article…

 

Japanese snacks in Jakarta – Part 2

As article before, we have discuss about in Jakarta, you can find various Japanese snacks that you usually see in Japanese films. From takoyaki, onigiri, dorayaki to mochi. So for those of you who still crave Japanese snacks, here are Japanese snacks in Jakarta that are delicious and easy to find. So let’s check it out guys!

1. Onigiri – Onigiri Futago

A Japanese snack that is easily found in Jakarta with a delicious taste is Onigiri. Onigiri is a rice ball shaped like a triangular lump (ball) then wrapped in seaweed and can be eaten immediately or filled with fish such as salmon or tuna. You could say that onigiri is one of the most popular Japanese foods in Indonesia, there are even some places that offer onigiri with a distinct Indonesian taste. One of them is the Onigiri Futago with the winning salmon onigiri and claws. You can find Onigiri Futago at FX Sudirman and several other locations such as Blok M and several coffee shops in Jakarta.

2. Yakitori – Daitokyo Sakaba

Japanese snacks that are popular in Indonesia and easy to find in Jakarta next is yakitori. Yakitori is a typical Japanese satay which is generally made from pieces of chicken meat. Not only the chicken meat, but also the liver, gizzard, and skin which are then stabbed with bamboo and then grilled. One of the places in Jakarta that provides delicious yakitori is Daitokyo Sakaba. You can choose various tasty yakitori according to your taste. Starting from Ton-ton which is made from pork shoulder patty, Nankotsu is made by soft chicken bones to Kawa, Momo, and Neku which is made from chicken meat. You can find Daitokyo Sakaba on Jl. Melawai 9 No. 26 Melawai, South Jakarta.

3. Japanese Cheesecake – Fuwa Fuwa World

Having enlivened social media, the Japanese-style gemoi cheesecake has also become one of the typical Japanese snacks that has many fans in Indonesia. Compared to other cheesecakes, the texture of Japanese cheesecakes is generally lighter and the cheese flavor is stronger due to the use of creamcheese. In addition to the solid shape like cake, Japanese cheesecake also comes in a baked version similar to a pie and is like a light, fluffy, and melts in the mouth. The taste choices are also not original, there are other flavors such as matcha, Oreo, Nutella, and many others.

In the Jakarta area itself, there are many places where you can find this Japanese-style cheesecake, one of which is at Fuwa Fuwa World. Fuwa Fuwa has three flavors that you can choose from, namely signature cheesecake, chocolate, and matcha with a very fluffy texture. You can find Fuwa Fuwa World in Muara Karang, JKT, and in Central Park, JKT.

4. Gyoza – Gyoza Oriental Cuisine

Gyoza are Japanese snacks, a type of dumpling that has a savory taste. Small in size and thin skin. Japanese people usually eat it as a beer companion. The contents consist of minced meat, shrimp, curry, mushrooms, vegetables, to a mixture of ginger, garlic and soy sauce. In Jakarta itself, you can easily find restaurants or stands that sell Gyoza, because it is quite popular in Indonesia. One of the best spots to enjoy gyoza in Jakarta is Gyoza Oriental Cuisine. This restaurant offers gyoza as a mainstay menu. Each portion contains 10 pieces of gyoza. Gyoza can fried, dry fried, or boiled. For the filling, there are pork, beef and vegetables as well as tofu. You can find Gyoza Oriental Cuisine at Menara Anugrah, Lantai Ground, Jl. Mega Kuningan Circle.

5. Melonpan – Pan-Ya Bakery

Melonpan is a popular variety of sweet bread in Japan. This Japanese snack is crunchy and hard on the outside like a melon and soft on the inside. Pan-Ya Bakery is a bakery in Jakarta that provides melonpan in various variants. Starting from the original, Choco Melonpan to Matcha Melonpan. You can find Pan-Ya Bakery itself at Ciputra World Jakarta. For those of you who want to try it, hurry up and order!

6. Kakigori – Sumoboo

Another Japanese street food that you can find in Jakarta is Kakigori. Kakigori is a Japanese shaved ice that has many fans because of its refreshing taste. This drink made by finely shaved ice and doused with syrup. Then add various toppings such as sweetened condensed milk, strawberries, lychee, lemon, matcha, chocolate to red beans. To be able to enjoy Kakigori in Jakarta, you can visit Sumoboo, some of which are in Kota Kasablanka Mall, Central Park Jakarta, and several other places in Jakarta.

Those are some delicious Japanese snacks or snacks that you can easily find in Jakarta. From the list of Japanese snacks above, which one makes you drool the most?

Japanese snacks in Jakarta – Part 1

Japanese food is very popular in the world, including in Indonesia. From ramen to sushi to shabu-shabu, they all have a huge following in Indonesia. But it’s not just food, you know, that Japanese food lovers often hunt, because various snacks, aka Japanese snacks, are also selling well in Indonesia. For example, in Jakarta, in this metropolitan city, you can find various Japanese snacks that you usually see in Japanese films. From takoyaki, onigiri, dorayaki to mochi. So for those of you who crave Japanese snacks, here are Japanese snacks in Jakarta that are delicious and easy to find. So let’s check it out guys!

1. Mochi – MochaMochi

One of the most popular Japanese snacks in Jakarta is mochi. Mochi is a Japanese snack made from glutinous rice which is then ground so that it is soft and sticky and formed into a round shape. If usually mochi contains nuts. Then it’s different at MochaMochi. MochaMochi itself is one of the mochi places in Jakarta that you must visit because it provides mochi with a variety of fillings, such as red beans, strawberries, ovomaltine, baked beans, chocolate to cheese and of course with an attractive appearance. You can find MochaMochi, at Lippo Mall Puri, West Jakarta.

2. Takoyaki – Shitako Takoyaki

Besides the sweet mochi, for those of you who like Japanese snacks with a savory taste, then you can try takoyaki. This round snack is usually filled with slices of octopus and drizzled with a sweet and savory sauce. In Indonesia, the contents of takoyaki are not only octopus, but are increasingly varied, such as ham, cheese and chicken. Then sprinkle with seaweed and dried bonito fish, and also add mayonnaise according to taste.

So for those of you who want to taste the delicious Japanese street food, then Shitako Takoyaki can be a destination for you to try Takoyaki in Jakarta. These Japanese street food stalls are scattered in major malls in the capital, starting from Gandaria City, Mall Kelapa Gading, Kota Kasablanka, to Summarecon Mall Serpong in Tangerang.

3. Okonomiyaki – Kin No Taki

You could say Okonomiyaki is a snack that is friendly to takoyaki. Because where there is takoyaki there is also okonomiyaki. Okonomiyaki is also a typical Japanese snack that has many fans in Indonesia. At first glance, it looks like an omelette. But actually okonomiyaki is made from flour which is diluted with water and then added with cabbage, chicken eggs and seafood such as octopus then fried in a flat frying pan called teppa.

You can find Okonomiyaki in Jakarta with abundant chicken filling at Kin No Taki. The taste of Okonomiyaki in this place is very delicious, authentic, and can be accepted by Indonesian tongues. Interestingly, one portion of Okonomiyaki here is very large, it can even be shared by two people. You can find Kin No Taki in several places in Jakarta, such as Mall Pondok Indah 1, Mall Plasa Semanggi, Gedung Sizzler Thamrin, Mall Artha Gading and at Terminal 2F, Soetta Airport.

4. Dorayaki – Dorayaki Addict by Shokupan

Those who like watching Doraemon, of course, are familiar with this one snack. Dorayaki is Doraemon’s favorite snack which is always present in every episode of this animation. Dorayaki itself is generally made of two pancakes glued together with red peanut butter. But now there are various dorayaki variants that you can find. One of them is in Dorayaki Addict by Shokupan. This dorayaki outlet provides a wide selection of dorayaki that is appetizing with fillings such as chocolate, green tea or cookies and cream. You can find Dorayaki Addict by Shokupan in several places in Jakarta such as Lippo Mall Puri, Kota Kasablanka, and Kuningan City.

5. Taiyaki – Koiyaki

A delicious typical Japanese snack in Jakarta next is Taiyaki. Taiyaki itself is a fish-shaped dessert. Similar to dorayaki, taiyaki in Japan generally also contains red beans, but they are different in shape. However, nowadays the contents of taiyaki are increasingly diverse, such as chocolate, cheese, and ice cream with various toppings. In Jakarta, you can find great Taiyaki at Koiyaki. Taiyaki in this place is famous for its soft ice cream topping and has predicated as # 1 Japanese Premium Soft Cream. Koiyaki provides various variants of taiyaki, from Hokkaido Milk, Matcha Green Tea, Thai Tea, to Chocolate. You can find Koiyaki at Epicentrum Mall, PIK Avenue, and Kota Kasablanka Mall.

Those are some delicious Japanese snacks or snacks that you can easily find in Jakarta. Still have some more list for this snacks that you can find it in next article, stay tuned!

Benefits of Chocolate

Chocolate is a favorite food, both children and adults. It’s just that chocolate is often seen as a food associated with weight gain and diabetes, so many avoid it. In fact, benefits of chocolate contains nutrients that can support body health. However, it is important to pay attention to the choice of chocolate consumed, both in portion and type.

Most of the chocolate sold in the market is sweet chocolate that has been added with a lot of sugar, for example milk chocolate, chocolate bars, or in the form of various cakes. That’s all if consumed in excess can be bad for health. Conversely, if you choose the right chocolate, its consumption can be healthy and prevent various diseases such as heart disease. Here are a few things to keep in mind to make sure all you get is the benefit.

1. Kind of chocolate

Chocolate has beneficial properties and it comes from the main ingredient of chocolate, namely cocoa beans, which have gone through various processes to become a product that is enjoyed today.

Cocoa beans can be found on the tropical tree Theobroma cacao L. which means “food of Gods”. Since ancient times chocolate has been used for medicine. It’s just that, over time its use has changed.

The cocoa beans are dried and roasted to make the cocoa liquor, which contains lean cocoa solids and cocoa butter. Well, the amount of cocoa liquor in chocolate is known as the percentage of cocoa, which is commonly found in chocolate packages with writing like 45 percent cocoa or some even 90 percent cocoa.

This difference in percentage will result in different chocolates. Some types of chocolate that are known to many people are milk chocolate, white chocolate, and dark chocolate.

Milk chocolate contains cocoa butter, sugar, powdered milk, lecithin, and cocoa (about 20-25 percent) and has a bright appearance, with a distinctive aroma and has a sweet taste and a distinctive bitter cocoa accent.

White chocolate contains cocoa butter, milk, and sugar without cocoa solids. The taste is sweet and delicious.

Dark chocolate contains solid cocoa beans (up to 80 percent of total weight) and cocoa butter. This chocolate has a strong cocoa aroma and it melts in the mouth, leaving a pleasant and bitter taste.

Each type of chocolate has a different quality, depending on the percentage of cocoa used. The higher the cocoa content, the more chocolate has a good effect. When viewed from the percentage, dark chocolate is the best.

2. Cocoa content

Cocoa in chocolate has good health benefits. It contains various components, especially lipids or fats (35 percent oleic acid, 25 percent palmitic acid, and 35 percent stearic acid), minerals (magnesium, copper, potassium and calcium) and polyphenols.

It also contains fiber and theobromine. Fat is one of the most important components of cocoa. The oil in cocoa is called cocoa butter or cocoa butter.

Cocoa butter is a mixture of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids. The unsaturated fat in the form of oleic acid was 35 percent, while the saturated fat was palmitic acid as much as 25 percent and stearic acid as much as 35 percent.

In general, saturated fatty acid consumption is associated with an increased risk of coronary heart disease because saturated fatty acids can increase levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) or bad cholesterol and total cholesterol in the blood.

The saturated fatty acid in cocoa, namely stearic acid, does not raise serum lipid levels to the same level compared to other saturated fatty acids.

Chocolate also contains a lot of minerals, some important minerals including magnesium, copper, potassium and calcium. The amount of minerals present in chocolate is based on the amount of cocoa bean solids. Dark chocolate is said to have more minerals than milk chocolate.

The total amount of polyphenols in cocoa can reach 12-18 percent of the dry weight of whole cocoa. One of the polyphenol compounds, namely flavanols, gives a bitter and bitter taste to cocoa products. These flavors are often disguised in chocolate by aggressive processing and other flavors. However, the concentration of polyphenols in cocoa has decreased during processing by up to 10 times.

3. Benefits of cocoa for the cardiovascular system

A series of beneficial effects on the cardiovascular system are possible after regular intake of foods and drinks containing cocoa.

Well, consumption of chocolate is known to improve endothelial function. The mechanisms that enhance endothelial function in humans are unknown. However, studies have found that the availability of NO after chocolate consumption is significant.

In a study by Kwok et al. In 2015 regarding the relationship between chocolate intake and the cardiovascular system, it was stated that high consumption of chocolate was significantly associated with a reduced risk of coronary artery disease, stroke, and cardiovascular system death.

4. How much chocolate must be eaten to get its benefits?

The exact amount of cocoa that is recommended for inclusion in the diet for its health benefits is unclear.

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) recommends 0.1 ounce (2.5 grams) of highly flavanol cocoa powder or 0.4 ounce (10 grams) of high flavanol dark chocolate containing at least 200 mg of flavanols per liver to achieve heart health benefits.

Even so, these numbers are considered underestimated by other researchers, who claim higher amounts of flavanols are needed to see their benefits.

Overall, it’s important to choose a source of cocoa that is high in flavanol content – the less processed, the better.

Type of Vegetables can Increase Your Immunity

Indonesia’s geographic location in the tropics makes this equatorial country has a lot of vegetable-based dishes. Some are processed into main dishes to light snacks. However, did you know that the type of vegetables you consume daily can increase your immunity, which is very much needed, especially in this pandemic? Come on, see the following reviews!

1. Spinach

This Popeye green favorite can be planted anywhere and can be grown all year round. Spinach contains vitamins A and C which can boost immunity.

According to Keri Glassman, MS, RD, CDN, a nutritionist and health food expert from the United States (US), each small spinach leaf contains components such as chlorophyll and beta-carotene carotenoids, lutein, and zeaxanthine which can strengthen vision and the immune system.

You are advised to eat two cups of dark green leafy vegetables, such as spinach, every day. This serving contains only 14 calories, offering more than 100 percent of the daily requirement for vitamin A, roughly 30 percent of the recommended daily amount of folate and vitamin C, and plenty of vitamin K.

Regular consumption of spinach can also help prevent premature aging and prevent anemia.

2. Mustard (pakcoy)

Not a few Indonesian dishes use mustard greens, such as meatballs, chicken noodles, sauteed mustard greens, and mustard chips.

Mustard greens, including pakcoy, are green vegetables that contain complete nutrients that meet the requirements to meet nutritional needs. Adequate consumption can help increase endurance.

3. Tomatoes

Based on research published in the Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry in 2012, consumption of tomatoes helps prevent flu and colds in male participants.

Both health problems are believed to stem from low levels of carotenoids (organic pigments in plants), including low levels of lycopene and beta-carotene in our bodies.

The main content in tomatoes is lycopene, which has enormous benefits for the body. In addition, tomatoes also contain vitamins C and A which are good for the body.

Tomatoes can be consumed directly or processed into juices, sauces, or other foods. To get a greater concentration of lycopene, you are advised to cook tomatoes first.

4. Bean sprouts

If you like Asian dishes, you must be familiar with bean sprouts. This vegetable with the Latin name Phaseolus radiatus usually comes from green bean sprouts. Bean sprouts have nutritional content which is dominated by carbohydrates and protein.

Josh Ax, DC, DMN, CNS, a doctor in natural medicine, a chiropractor, and a clinical nutritionist from the United States says that one cup of raw bean sprouts offers enough iron that men and women need to maintain a healthy body.

It is also said that this one vegetable contains high fiber and is almost fat free.

5. Kale

Water spinach has always been a favorite vegetable of the Indonesian people. Who would have thought, the kale that we consume every day plays a role in increasing our immunity.

According to research published in the journal BioEksakta in 2019, the content is good nutrition and one source of vitamin C. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that is needed by the body to protect the immune system from the bad effects of free radicals.

In addition, kale is also said to be a good source of vitamins A, B, minerals, amino acids, calcium, phosphorus, carotene, and iron. Kale is also easy to grow and can be processed into various dishes.

6. Cassava leaves

Not many people know that cassava leaves contain vitamin C which is quite high. A report entitled “Use of Cassava for boosting the immune system” written by Jide A. Eroh, a sustainability practitioner from Nigeria said that cassava and its leaves provide a lot of energy when consumed, with low fat content.

Therefore, cassava leaves and tubers are recommended as food for the community.

Cassava leaves contain high amounts of vitamin C and folate which are good immune stimulants and boost the immune system. These leaves can also help prevent disease by preventing harmful microorganisms from entering the body.

7. Broccoli

This green plant of the cabbage family is very easy to find in Indonesia, both in traditional markets and in supermarkets. Mothers used to mix broccoli stew into their baby’s food. Having the Latin name Brassica oleraceae, broccoli has benefits that are used to fulfill nutrients related to body health.

According to a 2012 report in Food Science and Technology International, consumption of broccoli can improve health status, mainly due to its antioxidant and anti-carcinogenic properties.

Some of the bioactive compounds present in broccoli have a positive effect on the immune system for individuals who consume them.

Besides playing a role in increasing immunity, broccoli can also reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke, cataracts, anemia and various types of cancer.

Those are some type of vegetables around you that can increase your immunity. Don’t forget to include it in your grocery list, OK!

Balinese specialties Food

In article before you can see there are many more various delicious specialties of Bali like Nasi Jinggo and Betutu Chicken. So, we continued to discuss about more balinese specialties food in article below.

1. Babi Guling

The next typical Balinese food we will discuss is a food that is quite unique, namely Babi Guling. This typical Balinese food is food that seems to be idolized by foreign tourists who come to Bali Island. Of course everyone has their own assessment for this particular Balinese food, because the meat used in this typical Balinese food is pork.

By using pork, of course not everyone eats this type of meat. However, for people who like pork, they will feel shaking their tongue maximally with this typical Balinese Babi Guling food. From its brownish color, it makes this meat very interesting, of course. Don’t forget the Balinese spices wrapped in Babi Guling which makes this Babi Guling even more delicious.

2. Sate Lilit

The most delicious and most popular Balinese food, which is next is a food called Sate Lilit. This one food is a type of satay that is not the same as other types of satay in general. This Sate Lilit is made by twisting it. The method of making it is by chopping the meat to make it into satay, then mixing it with delicious Balinese spices.

By using shaved lemongrass or coconut leaf stalks and then wrapping the chopped meat, the minced meat creates a very tender texture. Some of the meats that are usually used to make Sate Lilit are pork, chicken, mackerel or tuna. However, until now, Sate Lilit, which uses mackerel and tuna, is a favorite.

3. Serombotan

The typical Balinese specialties food which is then a fairly popular food from Bali called Serombotan. This one food is food made from vegetables which are processed in such a way as to become delicious food. Some of the vegetable ingredients that you will likely find in this typical Balinese food called Serombotan are such as kale, spinach, long beans, bitter melon, bean sprouts and round eggplant.

Besides being delicious, this typical Balinese food called Serombotan is also very healthy, because all the ingredients come from vegetables. For the spices from Serombotan, it is known by a name, namely Kalas. Where the spices from Serombotan are made from a mixture of galangal, turmeric, garlic, shallots, kencur and coriander. Don’t forget that coconut milk is also available in Serombotan. If you like it spicy you can add spicy peanut sauce.

4. Jaja Bendu

The most popular Balinese food that we will discuss next is a food called Jaja Bendu. It is one of the Balinese specialties originating from Jembrana Bali which is already very popular with food lovers in the Bali region. Just like jaja wajik food, Jaja Bendu food is also a traditional food. But until now there are still many people who are interested in this typical Balinese food.

This simple food or cake from Bali has simple ingredients, so for those of you who want to try making it yourself, it feels very easy. Where this typical Balinese food is made from glutinous rice flour which is filled with Balinese sugar and grated coconut. Then after that it is wrapped in banana leaves. This cake is very easy to find in Bali, so try this typical Balinese food right away.

5. Jaja diamond

Balinese specialties, which we will discuss next, are foods that are certainly familiar to those of you on the island of Bali. This one food is popular with the name Jaja Wajik. Which is usually used as a souvenir if you are in Bali. Even though Balinese food is one of the traditional Balinese foods, Jaja Wajik food is still in demand by many people.

In fact, the popularity of Balinese specialties is so popular that you can easily find it in shops on the island of Bali. Having a sweet and sweet taste makes this Balinese snack in the interest of many people. If in Bali when there is a wedding, of course this Jaja Wajik Balinese food is always present in the midst of other food.

 

Various Delicious Specialties of Bali

It is indeed a gift for Indonesian people, because the Indonesian state has a variety of very delicious specialties from each region. Each region has its own cuisine or food with a distinctive taste of enjoyment. One of the places or cities in which there are various delicious specialties is the island of Bali or often referred to as the Island of the Gods.

Apart from being a tourist spot that has proven extraordinarily beautiful. It turns out that the island of Bali is famous for its distinctive and very beautiful food. No wonder if Bali is made as a tourist destination for foreigners in Indonesia and abroad.

Of course, culinary support will greatly support the popularity of Bali Island in the eyes of the world. This is apart from Bali tourist attractions which are also very beautiful. The concoction of typical Balinese spices is presented in a various delicious rows of Bali specialties which this time will discuss in this article below.

1. Rujak Bulung and Rujak Kuah Pindang

The most delicious Balinese food that we will discuss is a food called Rujak Kuah Pindang and Rujak Bulung which of course is food from Bali. Rujak kuah pindang in the form of slices of mango, kedondong, pineapple or jicama etc, which are seasoned with rujak spices and doused with delicious tuna sauce.

Meanwhile, Rujak Bulung is in the form of seaweed with rujak spices mixed with pindang sauce which is very delicious. When you are enjoying the food of Rujak Bulung and Rujak Kuah Pindang. This fresh sensation and also spicy sensation you can get in every bite of this typical Balinese food.

2. Tipat Blayag

The next Balinese food that we will discuss is a food known as Tipat Blayag. This one food actually comes from Buleleng Bali. And is food in the form of ketupat but has a shape similar to rice cake. In the form of using young coconut leaves which can also use young enau leaves to make this Blayag Tipat.

To create a distinctive taste of Bali, Tipat Blayag is given spices. Which are made from processed rice flour and delicious Balinese spices. Of course this Blayag Tipat mixed with Balinese spices which are very thick will produce delicious food. Usually this Blayag Tipat is also mixed with sisit chicken, urab vegetables, soybeans or peanuts and other side dishes.

3. Nasi Jinggo

The next Balinese food is a famous food on the island of Bali, and is a food that is known to be cheap. Of course Nasi Jinggo is Balinese food. Which we mean, which is food that is wrapped using banana leaves which do not forget to provide a typical Balinese chili sauce for spicy food lovers. Some of the side dishes we often encounter such as fried noodles, shredded chicken and fried tempeh.

With rice as big as an adult’s fist, maybe you won’t be full enough to enjoy this kha bali dish called Nasi Jinggo. To get the maximum filling order again according to the capacity of your stomach. Nasi Jinggo was very popular in 1997 and until now and usually people who sell Nasi Jinggo food are priced at a very cheap price around Rp. 3000 to Rp. 5,000.

4. Betutu Chicken

The typical Balinese food which we will discuss next is a food that is extraordinary and quite popular in Bali and even popular throughout Indonesia. This typical Balinese food is popular with the name Betutu Chicken. Of course if you happen to be on the island of Bali it is mandatory for you to taste this Betutu Chicken. This typical Balinese cuisine is a spicy food that is very rich in the taste of spices.

Of course, the spicy and savory taste you get from this Betutu Chicken can make your tongue delight. The reason is that the spices are directly inserted into the belly of the native chicken. Which of course makes the spices soak directly into the native chicken meat. Then the meat is wrapped in banana leaves and then grilled or boiled to create a very delicious Betutu broth or sauce.

5. Lawar

Balinese food that is no less delicious than other Balinese dishes is a food that is popular or known as Lawar. This one food is a mixture of minced meat with several types of vegetables. Some of the meats that are usually used to make Lawar are pork, duck or kuwir and chicken. While some types of vegetables are usually used, such as young jackfruit, long beans and young papaya. Then the meat and vegetables are mixed with grated coconut and wrapped with delicious Balinese spices.

This food is a favorite food for the Balinese people, so that Lawar food is very popular there. Even some Balinese have the habit of cooking this lawar during major Hindu religious holidays such as Galungan and Kuningan and when having big ceremonies.

Besides the food above, there are many more Balinese specialties that you can find in the next article.

Making Coffee from Various Countries

Drinking coffee is a routine that must be done by most citizens of the world, be it in the morning, day or night. Drinking coffee today may have become a culture in itself, no wonder every country has its own way of processing coffee to enjoy. The following are various unique ways of making coffee from various countries.

1. Vietnam by filter method or filter

Kopi filter is known as Vietnamese Ca Phe Da. This coffee is usually mixed with milk and ice. Vietnamese coffee, especially Cha Phe Da, is equipped with a filter device called Phin. This container is where the ground coffee is brewed. The filter diameter is about the width of a coffee cup or glass. Many Vietnamese people use the Cafe Du Monde French Roast Chicory as their brewing place.

2. French with the French press method

French press is not a new name in the coffee world. Its existence has long been one of the choices for manual brew methods in brewing coffee. Unlike other manual brew tools that use paper filters or able kone, french press is different from its simplicity, which actually makes it attractive and timeless.

To produce aromatic coffee on residue after minimal by hand can sometimes take a long time, but not with
method using the French Press. French Press is a tool specially designed to be brewed to produce delicious coffee in a short time. Apart from that, this technique is not too difficult and the relatively cheap tool maker price is also the main reason that makes the use of the French Press method one of the most popular methods in the world.

3. Turkish Coffee with unusual equipment when preparing a cup of coffee

Turkish Coffee is made by placing coffee grounds in boiling boiling water in a pot called cezve or ibrik. The mixture of coffee and hot water is then added with sugar according to the taste of the drinkers.

Besides being brewed in a quite unique way, Turkish coffee also has its own characteristics in its presentation. Turkish coffee is usually served in a small cup the size of an espresso. Although the size is the same as espresso, how to enjoy it is different. If espresso must enjoyed quickly in one sip, Turkish Coffee should be taken down slowly.

4. With sophisticated equipment, Americans can experience Americano coffee

Caffè Americano is an espresso added with hot water in order to reduce the overpowering taste of the espresso. The tool used is a relatively sophisticated espresso machine. For those of you who like to drink coffee at your favorite cafe, you must be familiar with this thing.

5. Simple tools but delicious taste, this is the uniqueness of Indonesian Tubruk Coffee

Brewed coffee is the simplest and most popular way of brewing coffee among Indonesians. Just brew coffee powder in a cup with hot water, brewed coffee is ready to be enjoyed. Sometimes someone adds sugar or milk according to their individual tastes. How to increase the hot water according to the will of the heart that makes it.

 

baca juga : The most suitable drinks during the rainy season 

The most Suitable Drinks during the Rainy Season – Part 2

During the rainy season is the best for eating warm drink, but just warm is not enough but should be filling. This article continued discuss some of the most suitable drinks to eat during the rainy season. Let check out!

1. Wedang Ginger

Wedang ginger is a popular drink to warm the body. This ginger-based drink is very easy to make yourself at home. The method is quite easy, use enough ginger, wash it with clean water, mash it, then put it in a glass and pour hot water.

You can add sugar to make it sweet and not too spicy, but ginger without added sugar is better for warming the body, eliminating bloating and colds. Ginger itself is a medicinal plant that acts as an antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial.

2. Warm milk

One more drink that is suitable to drink during cold weather when the rainy season arrives. In addition to the many benefits of milk and its delicious and sweet taste, milk is a drink that is often hunted during the rainy season. In addition, milk can also restore decreased body resistance throughout the rainy season. This is because milk is a source of calcium and protein which contains phosphorus, vitamins, potassium, magnesium and zinc which are beneficial for our bodies.

3. Bajigur

This warm Sundanese drink is made from coconut milk, palm sugar, pandan leaves and a pinch of salt. Bajigur has a sweet and savory taste. Bajigur is very suitable for consumption during the rainy season. Usually the Bajigur seller sells one glass of warm Bajigur with boiled bananas, boiled peanuts, boiled sweet potatoes and leaf-wrapped banana cake.

4. Bandrek

Like the bajigur, bandrek is also popular among the Sundanese people. However, bandrek is also easily available in other areas in Indonesia, such as Medan. The main composition of bandrek is ginger, brown sugar, pandan leaves, and cinnamon. Sometimes this one drink is also added with cloves. In addition to warm the body, bandrek is believed to increase stamina, especially when facing the rainy season. Almost the same as bandrek is Sarabba. This Makassar specialty drink consists of ginger, palm sugar, coconut milk and egg yolk, plus ground pepper