Culinary Specialties From Indonesia

Typical Yogyakarta Culinary Specialties From Indonesia – Gudeg is a typical culinary from Yogyakarta. Other cities in the vicinity also have warm recipes. However, for residents outside Yogyakarta and Central Java, warm is always synonymous with Jogja. Maybe not many people know, this food has a history that is quite unique. It is said that during the clear of the forest, which is now locate in one of the oldest cities in Yogya, Kotagede, there were many jackfruit and coconut trees. The numbers are so abundant. And from that moment the name gudeg emerge. ‘Hangudeg’, ‘udeg’, which means stirring, and eventually gradually became an attribute of the traditional menu;  which is now popularly bearing the name gudeg.

From the same source, it is also state that gudeg is include in Centhini’s Fiber. The Javanese encyclopedia provide that in 1742 Javanese year or 1814 AD. It is says, when Raden Mas Cebolang visit Pangeran Tembayat’s hermitage, in the afternoon the host was treat to a warm menu. From the records of Serat Centhini, it can be seen that warm at that time was not only made from young jackfruit, but also manggar.

If you observe the history of the development and development of the city in the former Vorstenlanden area; you will also see the history of the development of the warm industry there. The growth of the warm industry cannot be separate from the history of the development of this city. Besides warm Indonesia, there are also many other culinary foods, namely Nasi Uduk.

Culinary Specialties From Indonesia

The expansion from just the City of Students to become a destination city for tourism destinations; that attaches cultural characteristics is certainly beneficial for the formation; of markets as well as branding the image of the existence of warm as traditional food. Referring to BPS sources, the three cities that have been the barometer of national tourism activities are Jakarta, Bali and Yogyakarta.

Apart from that, of course it is important to mention the growth of the middle class in the city of Yogyakarta; as a driving factor for the growth of the warm industry. The growing tourism sector will certainly encourage the emergence of a consumption middle class; which will soon have a big impact on the development of warm culinary.

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