Indonesian cuisine is recognized as the most delicious food in the world. Ranging from rendang, xylophone, to Indomie Fried Jumbo which was recently called the world’s most delicious instant ramen by the Los Angeles Times food columnist:
Rendang had topped CNN’s World’s 50 Best Foods list. But now the Minangkabau cuisine is perched in eleventh position.
Rendang is processed beef or buffalo which is cooked with herbs and coconut milk for hours. The process of roasting which literally means cooking for a long time produces processed meat with thick, dark spices.
Besides being popular in various regions, rendang also has an important philosophical value for Minangkabau residents. That’s why this dish is often served on important occasions.
Although this year was not included in CNN’s World’s 50 Best Foods list, fried rice was in the top position in 2017. At that time this food came in second place after rendang.
Fried rice is a very popular comestible for locals and foreign tourists. The simple taste makes this dish a ‘safe choice’ for foreign tourists who want to try Indonesian cuisine.
Satay, which is also an Indonesian culinary, was also perched on CNN’s World’s 50 Best Foods 2017, precisely in the fourteenth position.
Almost every region in Indonesia has different variations of satay recipes. But the most common in every city is chicken satay or Madura goat satay which uses peanut sauce and soy sauce.
CNN has just released the list of 50 most delicious breads in the world. Xylophone bread known as past snacks entered in it. This Dutch relic bread occupies the nineteen position.
Xylophone bread has a characteristic shaped block with a brownish color of brown sugar and sesame topping on it. The way to eat it is somewhat different from most breads. Tear first a little xylophone, then dip it in bitter coffee or plain tea. It must be tasteless, because the sweet taste comes from bread.
Lapis legit is called CNN as one of the most delicious national cakes in the world. At present, the cake is in seventeenth position, behind Pavlova from New Zealand, Prince Cake from Sweden, and Victoria Sponge from England.
Lapis legit has the characteristics of a cake that is layered and smelled of specek. This cake is part of a blend of the culinary traditions of the archipelago and the Netherlands.