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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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Konro is a popular rib soup dish from Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It has a strong smell and dark color that comes from the use of coriander and a fruit called 'keluak'. Konro is a spicy ...

Domain: Food (other); Industri/Domain: International dishes

Gudeg is a popular dish originated from Jogjakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. It is made of green jack fruits which are stewed for a couple of hours and seasoned with palm sugar and coconut milk, ...

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Garang asem is a traditional dish originated from central part of Java, Indonesia. It is a chicken dish with broth and wrapped with banana leaves. A whole chicken is cut into small parts and they ...

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Kerupuk udang means prawn cracker. It is Indonesian traditional cracker made of prawns. The prawns are steamed and then ground. After that, they are mixed with tapioca flour and dried. This whole ...

Domain: Food (other); Industri/Domain: Snacks

Sayur asem is a traditional sour soup. It is a tamarind-based soup with a lot of different vegetables inside. The vegetables are corns, jack fruits, long beans, peanuts, chayotes, and melinjos. This ...

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Bakmi godhog is a Javanese noodle dish. It is made of yellow noodle and cooked with a traditional charcoal stove. The noodle is cooked with some ingredients like an egg, shredded chicken meat, ...

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Pempek is a traditional fish cake originated from Palembang, Indonesia. The fish cake is made of fish and tapioca flour and served with dark colored, sweet, sour, and spicy vinegar sauce, yellow ...

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