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Indonesia – Gudeg
Gudeg is totally a jack fruit dish, which is a very famous traditional cuisine of Javanese. It is called "GREEN JACK FRUIT SWEET STEW". There are different variations of GUDEG. Gudeg was first made in the Mataram Kingdom which is actually related to Alas Mentaok. Yogyakarta is the Capital city of INDONESIA, as we know that Gudeg is originated from YOGYAKARTA. Javanese cuisine is very spicy food so the actual meaning of the word "JAVANESE" is "FIRECRACKER".
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Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia – Curry Puff
Curry puff is the most wanted snack that they serve with tea in SINGAPORE and in MALAYSIA as well. This dish is also famous in Indonesia but with a different name. The compulsory ingredients are potatoes, onions, meat and eggs. Karipap pusing is another name of curry puff which is called in MALAYSIA and in SINGAPORE.
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Indonesia – Aunu Senebre
West Papua is not only known for its beautiful sea but also its delicious food. One of them is Aunu Sanebre, a dish made from anchovy, grated coconut, and sliced taro leaves served with a side of papeda.
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Indonesia – Tekwan
Becoming the host of the Asian Games in 2018, Palembang has delicious culinary that suits most of their guest taste. For those who love to eat something more simple but delicious, you can eat Tekwan.
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Indonesia – Arsik Fish
North Sumatra province, in Indonesia, has authentic spices for their food. For North Sumatra people, there is a dish that only cooks when there is a special event named Arsik fish.
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Indonesia – Celimpungan
Many kinds of food are cooked only in a special event. One of them is Celimpungan from Palembang city, Indonesia. A dish that only cooks when people of Palembang celebrating Eid Al-Fitr. Celimpungan is a yellow soup filled with fish cake and some vegetables.
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Indonesia – Tapa Kolo
Tapa Kolo comes from Tapa and Kolo word, Tapa means to burn, and Kolo means bamboo rice. Tapa Kolo is a traditional dish from the Manggarai regency, which was already known for a long time ago.
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Indonesia – Pisang Gapit
Ever you imagine eating a grilled banana? Pisang Gapit is a grilled banana, a traditional snack from East Borneo. Gapit comes from Kutai tribe languages means clamped.
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Indonesia – Kapurung
Aren’t you agree when I say tourism became one of the biggest economic boosters for a country? Especially countries with heavenly panoramic and unique culture. Indonesia has both of it. Come along with Coto, Kapurung also become popular as an authentic dish from South Sulawesi.
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Indonesia – Coto Makassar
When visiting South Sulawesi province in Indonesia, you will found a legendary dish that already exists since the 16th century, known as Coto, specially Coto Makassar that refers to Makassar as the provincial capital of South Sulawesi province.