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Indonesian: Cooking for Beginners - Indonesian Cookbook Simple Recipes

Clara Taylor

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Curious about Indonesian Food? Start cooking delicious, simple and healthy indonesian recipes at home todayToday only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $0.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.More Curious about Indonesian Food? Start cooking delicious, simple and healthy indonesian recipes at home today
Today only, get this Amazon bestseller for just $0.99. Regularly priced at $4.99. Read on your PC, Mac, smart phone, tablet or Kindle device.Today, Indonesian food is well-known for its fried rice or nasi goreng- its satay, the local version of the Arab kebabs- its beef rendang, chili condiment or sambal, and tempeh or roasted soybean cakes.Indonesian cuisine is as varied as its culture. With the world’s fourth largest population made up of 250 ethnic groups and spread out over 6,000 populated islands, Indonesia, as can be imagined, is a land of huge diversity. The archipelago once lay along the ancient trading routes between the Middle East and the Far East, a position that opened it wide to the influences from many far-off places.There are many similarities between Malay food in Malaysia and Indonesian cuisine, but to the experienced palate the differences are just as noticeable. As with the rest of Southeast Asia, rice is the staple diet in Indonesia, except in Irian Jaya and Maluku where people sustain themselves with sago, which is a type of tapioca, sweet potatoes and cassava.Rice is usually eaten plain, combined with a meat dish, a vegetable dish, a sambal and crunchies like fried peanuts or fried anchovies. Sometimes, the rice is steamed in woven packets of coconut leaves to make what is called a ketupat- and sometimes it is steamed in banana leaves and served as lontong.In Indonesia, it is common for dishes to be cooked ahead of time and later eaten at room temperature. This seems to suit Indonesian families, many of whom do not have set meal-times. This practice is also common in restaurants and public eating places in Indonesia. Most Indonesian food is moderately spicy with a predominance of ginger, garlic and fresh turmeric.After downloading this book you will learn...Chapter 1: Where To Buy Indonesian Food ProductsChapter 2: Food Preparation Reminders For BeginnersChapter 3: Appetizer RecipesSate Ayam (also known as Chicken Satay)Bakwan JagungTahu GorengLumpia SemarangChapter 4. Rice, Soup, And Noodle RecipesNasi GorengBaksoSayur AsemNasi KuningChapter 5: Meat and Poultry RecipesAyam GorengRendang Daging (also known as Beef Rendang)Gulai KambingChapter 6: Vegetable RecipesGado-gadoUrapSayur LodehAsinanChapter 7: Fish and Seafood RecipesPepes IkanCumi Bakar KecapChapter 8: DessertsKuping Gajah (also known as Elephant’s ear cookies)Pisang GorengEs CampurKolakMuch, much more!Download your copy today!Take action today and download this book for a limited time discount of only $0.99!Scroll up and click the orange button Buy Now on the top right of this page to access this book in under a minuteLEARN MORE TODAY ABOUT INDONESIAN FOOD AND CULINARY TRADITIONS !Tags: indonesian cookbook- indonesian food- indonesian recipes- indonesian cooking- indonesian travel guide- javanese food- javanese language- indonesian language- indonesian recipes for beginners- indonesian