13 December 2013

Culinary Journey - Indonesia (Part 7)


This time, I also posting about more of Indonesian street food and snacks that you could easily get from all around Indonesia or Surabaya in particular.  So enjoy, Octie Appetie...

Nasi Goreng
Nasi Goreng Duk Duk
We called it Nasi Goreng Duk Duk because originally this dish is sold from the moving cart in the village and the seller will continuously hit a block of bamboo-like wood when he walk around the village, so people can hear from inside the house.  And that's sounds "duk... duk... duk...".  That's where the name comes from.

Nasi Campur
Nasi Campur
Nasi Campur is another popular food for locals and also tourists.  It basically is a set of plain rice and a few different food that comes with it.  Normally, they always have meat, egg and vegetables.  And not to forget spicy Indonesian sambal.  Very practical and also very delicious.

Kerupuk Kampung
Indonesian people loves their Kerupuk.  We have heaps types of kerupuk.  The most common one is this Kerupuk Kampung.  It goes very well with any kind of rice dishes, soto, rawon, rujak, and any food that you prefer.

Kerupuk Kampung
Onde-Onde (deep fried sesame balls with soy bean filling) and Roti Goreng (deep fried sweet bread)
Siombak asin dan manis (Roast Pork and BBQ Pork)


Stay tuned for the next blog still in Indonesia:
Culinary Journey - Indonesia (Part 8)

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