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This is a list of most popular Indonesian food. Indonesia is a home country to more than 250 millions people and its culinary tradition has always been nominated as the richest and spiciest in the world. When it comes to flavors, it has it all. Sweet, spicy, sour, hot, umami, you name it. Take a look and update yourself with a new definition of taste.

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Created by: Haura Emilia

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Soto or coto is Indonesian traditional soup. Betawi is a type of soto, which shows that this soto is originated from Jakarta, the capital city of Indonesia. It is made of chicken broth and shredded ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Tumpeng is a cone-shaped rice dish which is surrounded by many assorted accompanying dishes like fried chicken, shredded omelettes, potato cakes, fried tempe (soybean cakes) and tofu, fried shrimps, ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Balado kentang udang is originated from Minangkabau ethnic group of Indonesia. It literally means fried potatoes and shrimps covered with sambal (chilli-based sauce). The taste is savory and ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Bubur ayam is an Indonesian style chicken congee which is served in a bowl with some condiments like sambal (chilli-based sauce), fried nuts, shredded chicken, fried shallots, soy sauce, and ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Sop iga sapi or a cow rib and meat soup. The soup is thin and usually colorless. The basic ingredients are cow ribs and meat, carrot, chicken block, ginger, salt, shallot, garlic, and cinnamon. This ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Tengkleng is a goat meat and organ soup. This soup originally comes from Solo, central Java, Indonesia. The soup looks and tastes like curry but the broth is thinner. This soup is usually served ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: International dishes

Non-Indonesians will describe 'sambal' as a condiment. However, for most Indonesians, sambal can be considered as a staple food. Sambal is a chili-based sauce. The taste varies from mild to very ...

Domain: Food (other); Category: Condiments

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