Saturday, May 14, 2011

Spicy Food "Buntil" From Javanese traditional Cuisine

Here is one more unique food from Indonesia named "Buntil".

Buntil Food was known as former spicy food from Java Island that are East Java, Central Java, Jogjakarta and West Java, but most sublime at Central Java and East Java.

Traditional Food

Buntil word is the meaning Wrapping, so the Buntil Food means dish of roasted taro leaves wrapped nearby spices.

The spicy sensation, makes it hard to forget it!

A. Buntil Stuffing Ingredients:

- Grated coconut
- Red pepper
- chili
- onion
- garlic
- tiny sea fish
- pete cina
- salt
- sugar
- flavoring

B. Buntil Wrapping Ingredient:

- Taro leaves with purple color
- Alternative material cassava leaves or papaya leaves

C. Buntil Sauce Ingredient:

- coconut milk
- red pepper
- chili
- onion
- garlic
- turmeric
- the galangale
- lemon leaves
- lemon grass
- salt
- sugar
- flavoring

Cooking schooling for Stuffing Buntil: A

1.a. Mills finely red pepper, chili, onion, garlic, salt, sugar and flavoring
2.a. Pouring grated coconut, tiny sea fish, pete cina to the dough 1.a.

Cooking schooling for production Buntil Wrapping: B

1.b. Heap up 7 plies taro leaves
2.b. Put dough 2.b. On the taro leaves 1.b., wrapped nearby as a ball
3.b. Steamed within 7 hours

Cooking schooling Buntil Sauce: C

1.c Mills finely red pepper, chili, onion, garlic, turmeric and alpina galanga.
2.c put in order frying pan and cook doug 1.c until good smelt ±5 minutes
3.c Pouring coconut milk, wait its boiled

Serving Guide:

- put in order a cup
- Put on the Buntil and pouring the Sauce
- Ready to eat, enjoy it.

Spicy Food "Buntil" From Javanese traditional Cuisine

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