4 (Indonesian)

List by: itisclaudio, created: 25 Oct 2020, updated: 02 Feb 2021 Public: Users can add dishes

Eid is known in Indonesia as Hari Raya Idul Fitri, or more popularly as Lebaran, and is a national holiday. People return to their home town or city (an exodus known as mudik) to celebrate with their families and to ask forgiveness from parents, in-laws, and other elders. Festivities start the night before with chanting the Takbir and lighting lamps. On the day itself, after Eid prayer in the morning, zakat alms for the poor are distributed in the mosques. …

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1. Hati Buyah


Hati Buyah is an exotic dish from Brunei. It consists of marinated stir-fried beef lungs that have a distinct and spicy flavour. It is prepared with beef lung, oil, spices, onion, vegetables, spice seeds. It tastes delicious.

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2. Ketupat

Kupat, Tupat, Topat, Tipat, Patupat, Bugnóy, Pusô, Piyoso, Ta’mu (Indonesian) (Malaysian) (Singaporean)

Ketupat is a type of dumpling made from rice packed inside a diamond-shaped container of woven palm leaf pouch.

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3. Opor Ayam


Opor ayam is an Indonesian dish from Central Java consisting of chicken cooked in coconut milk. The spice mixture includes galangal, lemongrass, cinnamon, tamarind juice, palm sugar, coriander, cumin, candlenut, garlic, shallot, and pepper.

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4. Semur

Smoor (Indonesian)

Semur is an Indonesian type of meat stew. Beef is braised in thick brown gravy commonly found in Indonesian cuisine. The main ingredient used in semur gravy is sweet soy sauce, shallots, onions, garlic, ginger, candlenut, nutmeg, and cloves, sometimes pepper, coriander, cumin, and cinnamon might be added.

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