culinary

The Enjoyment of Soto Banjar, Typical of South Kalimantan
culinary
Culture
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Kalimantan
South Kalimantan

The Enjoyment of Soto Banjar, Typical of South Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – South Kalimantan has a special culinary that is much loved by the Indonesian people, namely Soto Banjar. Soto typical of the province which has a capital in Banjarmasin is a must-try food for anyone who visits this city of a thousand rivers. Soto Banjar contains various ingredients such as vermicelli, boiled eggs, free-range […]

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Serabai
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Serabai, Serabi ala Kutai Kartanegara

Helloindonesia.id – In many areas on the island of Java, you can find a type of wet cake known as serabi. This snack market is identical to its round-convex shape with a blackish brown underside. This rice flour-based cake is usually served with brown sugar sauce or a savory oncom sauce. Around Bandung, West Java, […]

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Beseprah, the Tradition of Mass Breakfast for the People of Kutai
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan
Tribe

Beseprah, the Tradition of Mass Breakfast for the People of Kutai

Helloindonesia.id – On the sidelines of the Erau Festival, there is one interesting tradition that deserves to be watched. The tradition is beseprah, a mass breakfast tradition followed by various levels of society, regional officials, and relatives of the Sultanate, including the Sultan and the Crown Prince. Even though the participants came from various social […]

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Bebongko
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan
Tribe

Bebongko, Savory Sweet Snacks Typical of Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – Bebongko is a kind of traditional Kalimantan street food or snack. This wet cake can generally be found in the areas of South Kalimantan and East Kalimantan, where the Banjar and Kutai tribes are located. Bebongko is usually one of the dishes at breakfast. This snack is often served at big events, such […]

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Kelakai Chips 1
Central Kalimantan
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Culture
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Kalimantan

Kelakai Chips, Unique Efficacious Snacks

Helloindonesia.id – Since long time ago, the ancestors of the Indonesian people lived in harmony with nature, the forest was one of their sources of livelihood. Various flora that grow in the forest can be used to meet human needs. Kelakai plants for example, a type of algae that grows in swamp forests, has many […]

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1697 / 5000 Hasil terjemahan Banana Bread, Fragrant, Tempting Sweet Snacks typical of Kutai
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Banana Bread, Fragrant, Tempting Sweet Snacks typical of Kutai

Helloindonesia.id – The shape is round and flat, yellowish in color with a distinctive sweet taste. That’s banana bread, one of the culinary treasures of Kutai Kartanegara. This type of jajak (market snacks) is a dish that tempts the taste buds in spare time. Suitable for evoking intimacy when chatting with relatives and friends. Banana […]

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Pengkang Lemper
culinary
Culture
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Kalimantan
West Kalimantan

Pengkang Lemper, Its Savory and Spicy Evocative Taste

Helloindonesia.id – This culinary, is very fitting when eaten while still warm. The savory taste of sticky rice is combined with the aroma of shrimp pervading every bite of a culinary called lemang lemper. Bride lemper is usually served with hot chili sauce and chili sauce. The sweet taste combined with the spicy chili sauce […]

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Kembang Goyang
Banten
culinary
Culture
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Jawa

Kembang Goyang, Typical Betawi Cakes during Lebaran

Helloindonesia.id – Maybe you rarely find pastries from Betawi on this one. It’s called a shake flower cake. During Eid al-Fitr, this cake becomes a typical Betawi treat when welcoming guests who come in touch. Lately, the popularity of rocking flower cake is decreasing, as more and more types of cakes appear. Shake-flower cake is […]

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Sambas Weaving
Art
Culture
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Kalimantan
West Kalimantan

Sambas Weaving Craftsmen in Sulur Medan, Sambas

Helloindonesia.id – About 300 years ago, the ancestors of the Sambas Sultanate had made sambas woven fabrics. It is said that this Sambas weaving has been made by women in the Sultanate of Sambas since Sultan Sulaiman founded this Sultanate in 1675. In the past, Sambas weaving was used as a complement to the implementation […]

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