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I :wub: Indonesian food! Since the last topic was about Rendang, I couldn't write anything outside of it >_>

Why not post your favourite Indonesian food here, or ask about how to prepare it, or I don't know :S I'd love someone to teach me how to prepare tempeh :drool: So how do you prepare it? :P

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Tempe? :P
I just need to buy a raw tempe and give some salt,lastly,all you have to do is frying :P

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Tempe? :P I just need to buy a raw tempe and give some salt,lastly,all you have to do is frying :P


Gah, can't I do it at home? I know its fermented :P But, well, we don't really have people selling raw tempe in Singapore :/

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Ugh if you're talking on how to make a tempe, I don't understand it either :/
Because it can be found easily in here,that's why I never try to find on how to make a raw tempe XD

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Ah well :/

Then how do you prepare beef rendang? :drool:

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beef rendang must cooked for 4-6 hours to make the best results. :) (sorry for my english :P)

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That's right,my grandma usually cooked beef rendang for 7-9 hours to make the beef texture smooth and soft ;)

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The real rendang ... you need to journey to West Sumatra - the land of Minang. Some people use beef , some uses ox. Cook slow simmer for 7-8 hours so the meat is super tender. Now.. the spices... this is tricky. The original spices involve cumin, salt, pepper, clove, coriander, cinnamon, and chili. I don't how to mix them together. You can buy the instant spices in packet. But of course not original, but better than nothing.

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yes, it must be cooked for 7-10 hours until the coconut milk become oily. but if we use modern tools, it reduce the time of cooking without sacrifice the taste at all. One important thing we must know is do not use garlic, use onion only. beef rendang and others minang food are very different ingridient compared with javanese food or celebes food. :D (make me hungry....)

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Hi Al, here a 'cookbook' for make a Tempe http://en.wikibooks....Cookbook:Tempeh and I hope it can help you to make "DIY" Tempe :lol:
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Hi Al, here a 'cookbook' for make a Tempe http://en.wikibooks....Cookbook:Tempeh and I hope it can help you to make "DIY" Tempe :lol:

you know, in japan 300gr soy cake(tempe) is $3 how expensive is it <_< but if in indonesia, its just $0.4, to make soy cake is so easy, just put some soy bean in a plastic, give some ragi (rhizopus Oryzae AKA Spore powder of soy cake) wait it for some day, and slice it, fried it until coloured become brown (dont forget give salt :D) and done. its spicy you know


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beef rendang must cooked for 4-6 hours to make the best results. :) (sorry for my english :P)

That's right,my grandma usually cooked beef rendang for 7-9 hours to make the beef texture smooth and soft ;)

The real rendang ... you need to journey to West Sumatra - the land of Minang. Some people use beef , some uses ox. Cook slow simmer for 7-8 hours so the meat is super tender. Now.. the spices... this is tricky. The original spices involve cumin, salt, pepper, clove, coriander, cinnamon, and chili. I don't how to mix them together. You can buy the instant spices in packet. But of course not original, but better than nothing.

yes, it must be cooked for 7-10 hours until the coconut milk become oily. but if we use modern tools, it reduce the time of cooking without sacrifice the taste at all. One important thing we must know is do not use garlic, use onion only. beef rendang and others minang food are very different ingridient compared with javanese food or celebes food. :D (make me hungry....)


So... I've to cook for one-third of a day?! :alarm:

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Yeah Alfy, that's the price you have to pay for one of the most delicious food in the world :P

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Love "Nasi Goreng"!!
Not only indonesian love that,but also the "Meneer"!

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