Indonesian cuisine is one of the most vibrant and colorful kitchens in the world. It is diverse, largely due to the fact that Indonesia is composed of 6,000 inhabited islands, with more than 300 ethnic groups.
Indonesian kitchen has 5350 conventional formulas, and 30 of them are considered the most imperative.
This kitchen frequently shows a perplexing taste, gained from specific fixings and flavors. Five fundamental Indonesian cooking techniques are:frying, baking, boiling, evaporation, mixed frying. Probably the most well known dishes all through Indonesia are Nasi gutting, gado-gado, satiate and sato-and are considered as national dishes.
Indonesian traditional dishes consist of dashed rice as the main part of the meal, surrounded by vegetables and soup, and meat or fish as an addition to the meal.
Indonesian meals are usually eaten with a combination of a spoon on the right and a fork on the left, while the knife is absent from the dining table, because the dishes are already prepared in the size of a bite (in some parts of the country it is eaten only with hands, without utensils) .
It can be freely said that rice is the most widely used eating product. An expansive number of verdant vegetables is consistently incorporated into Indonesian cooking, for example, papaya, manioc leaves, spinach, and so forth. These dishes are regularly cooked with garlic.
In Indonesia, chicken and duck is commonly eaten by meat, or pigeon and wild birds, also beef, buffalo and sheep. Meat can be cooked with coconut milk, which is also a national product.
There are two kinds of coconut milk that contrast in the measure of water and drain. Rhodan coconut can be utilized as a spice, yet it tends to be cooked with it, and it is exceptionally delicious in the utilization of pastries.
The method for cooking in this kitchen is very fascinating, for instance ayam goring, ayam (chicken), goring, where the name itself shows what sort of dish it is, and how it is readied. Mue gorenr is fried pasta, Ikan Bakar is a barbecue fish and Udang Rebus is boiled shrimp.