Rujak Cingur, Surabaya Traditional Food

November 28th, 2010 by Admin | 2 Comments | Filed in Culinary Tours

Rujak Cingur is one of the traditional food in Surabaya, East Java. Rujak Cingur usually consists of several kinds of sliced fruits such as cucumbers, krai (a type of cucumber typical of East Java), bengkoang, young mango, pineapple, and added rice cake, tofu, tempe, cingur, bendoyo and vegetables such as seedling / sprouts , swamp cabbage and long beans. All ingredients were mixed with the sauce made from shrimp paste, boiled water, brown sugar, chili pepper, fried peanuts, fried onions, salt and thinly sliced of green beans young bananas. All the sauces / seasonings are mixed in crushed.


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About Coto Makassar

November 18th, 2010 by Zaenal Arifin | 10 Comments | Filed in Culinary Tours

Coto Makassar or Coto Mangkasara is a traditional food in the South Sulawesi city of Makassar, which is made from offal (entrails), cow / buffalo are boiled for a long time.

Mixed offal stew beef / buffalo is then sliced and seasoned with specially blended spices.

These foods are traditional foods that have become a trade-mark of Makassar city besides the beautiful beaches Losari.

Ketupat is rice steamed in coconut leaves while burasa or native is rice steamed in coconut milk and wrapped in banana leaves.

Currently Coto Makassar has spread to various regions in Indonesia, starting at street stalls to restaurants.