1. Fried rice
Fried rice is an Indonesian food that is well known in foreign countries.
This food is very easy to find, ranging from restaurants with high prices to cheap but delicious roadside carts. Fried rice generally contains eggs, chicken meat, vegetables, and crackers as a complement. Food with spices such as garlic, salt, soy sauce is also very popular in Southeast Asian countries. However, still Indonesian fried rice is a favorite of tourists from any country.
This West Sumatra specialty is a delicious dish and is usually made from boiled beef which is then cooked until dry. Not only beef, rendang can also use chicken, liver, goat, or other meats. Rendang also uses a mixture of coconut milk and spices which are favored by foreign tourists.
Gado-gado is a typical Indonesian salad.
Gado-gado is also one of my favorite foods. As with salads, the hodgepodge contains vegetables covered with peanut sauce as a complement. The contents are a combination of spinach, long beans, bean sprouts, tofu, eggs, cucumber, and tofu. Do not forget to add more delicious chips and crackers. Not only adults, children and teenagers also love this delicious food.
Made from chicken, goat, beef, and others, satay has become a package with soy sauce or peanut sauce. Its delicious aroma makes satay one of Indonesia’s pride foods. It was proven when one of the actors from Korea Park Bo Gum who took to the streets to order this favorite food.
Meatballs are one of the favorite foods for everyone, from children to the elderly. With a mixture of wheat flour and tapioca, meatballs can be made with variants of beef, chicken and pork. Usually served with vermicelli, tofu, dumplings, celery, green onions, and fried onions. In fact, this bowl of meatballs can pamper Barack Obama’s tongue and become his favorite food when he is in Indonesia. How could I not, besides the delicious taste, meatballs are very easy to get and the price is cheap.