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Indonesian cuisine is one of the richest culinary traditions in the world, and is full of strong flavours.[1] The richness of its types of cuisine is a reflection of the diversity of cultures and traditions of the archipelago, which consists of about 6,000 inhabited islands, and occupies an important role in Indonesian national culture in general. Almost all Indonesian dishes are rich in spices derived from spices such as candlenut, chili, temu Kunci, galangal, ginger, kencur, turmeric, coconut and palm sugar followed by the use of cooking techniques according to ingredients, and traditions that have an influence. through trade originating from India, China, the Middle East, and Europe (especially the Dutch, Portuguese, and Spanish).

sago, a favorite eastern Indonesian food
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sago, a favorite eastern Indonesian food

A sago tree carved in the reliefs of Borobudur Temple in Central Java, which was built in the 8th century. Meanwhile, at Candi Jago, East Java, which was built in the 13th century, there is a palm tree relief on the edge of a stream. “In Java, sago is mostly obtained from palm trees,” wrote […]

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Papeda is a food made from sago flour. That's why papeda is a staple food in Eastern Indonesia.
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Papeda Dishes Typical of Eastern

Indonesia Indonesia is one of the largest spice-producing countries in the world. No wonder our country has various types of typical Indonesian cuisine. From Sabang to Merauke, there is a unique and interesting diversity of Indonesian culinary specialties. One of them is this typical Ambon food, the name is Papeda. In addition, this food is […]

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Delicious Food Rich in Nutrition, Spicy Fish Tanggi Ambon City
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Delicious Food Rich in Nutrition, Spicy Fish Tanggi Ambon City

Ambon is an archipelago with a million marine natural resources. The abundant natural wealth of the sea has been known since the Indonesian colonial period. No wonder this island is the backbone of Indonesia’s maritime affairs. Starting from tourism, trade, natural resources, of course fisheries become one of the main sectors on this island. Of […]

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Ilabulo, Gorontalo's Typical Snack
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Ilabulo, Gorontalo’s Typical Snack

What is Ilabulo? If you visit and travel in Gorontalo. We will find one culinary origin from Gorontalo which is similar to Pepes. Even people who see it will think that this is pepes. This snack has a name, namely ilabulo, which is one of the typical snacks of Gorontalo. Its long and slightly dense […]

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Binte Biluhuta, Healthy and Delicious Food Original from Gorontalo
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Binte Biluhuta, Healthy and Delicious Food Original from Gorontalo

Helloindonesia.id – Vegetables are often avoided by some people in Indonesia and even in the world, even though the nutritional content in them is clearly very beneficial for body composition. The same type of preparation may be one of the reasons for not consuming vegetables, but anti-vegetables should try a Gorontalo specialty that is rich […]

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The Fragrant Aroma of Bagea Cake Typical Manado, North Sulawesi.
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The Fragrant Aroma of Bagea Cake Typical Manado, North Sulawesi.

Helloindonesia.id – A crunchy snack that tastes savory when you enjoy it. Yes, it’s called Bagea Cake. That’s the picture of this cake. The taste and aroma are also able to captivate the visitors who want to take them home to taste it. This bagea cake is one of the delicious snacks that has a […]

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Mie Cakalang, Manado's Typical Dish Menu
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Mie Cakalang, Manado’s Typical Dish Menu

Helloindonesia.id – Manado is one of the regions in Indonesia which is known for its variety of culinary delights. Many culinary delights can be found in the capital of North Sulawesi. No wonder so many tourists visit to stop by and enjoy Manado specialties. One of the dishes favored by tourists is Mie Cakalang. The […]

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The Process of Making Roasted Beans in Kawangkoan
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The Process of Making Roasted Beans in Kawangkoan

Helloindonesia.id – Kawangkoan is one of the areas in Tomohon, Minahasa, North Sulawesi which is blessed with natural beauty. Not only that, the area that has cool air because it is located in the highlands of North Sulawesi also has a lot of potential in agriculture and plantations. Call it like coffee, corn, vegetables, cloves, […]

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Bubur Tinutuan Khas Manado
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Sarapan Bubur Tinutuan Khas Manado, Sulawesi Utara

Helloindonesia.id – Indonesia is a country rich in cultural diversity. Starting from customs, languages ​​to culinary in Indonesia. The wealth of Indonesia is famous for its variety of spices and some of the Indonesian culinary delights that have been known to the world. There are so many Indonesian dishes, almost every region has its own […]

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Peanut Shake, Typical Souvenirs of Manado, North Sulawesi
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Peanut Shake, Typical Souvenirs of Manado, North Sulawesi

Helloindonesia.id – Visiting an area is not perfect if you don’t bring souvenirs to share with relatives or relatives. Likewise when visiting the city of Manado, North Sulawesi. This time, visitors will find a variety of souvenirs to take home. One of them is the distinctive colorful rocking peanut that looks so attractive to the […]

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