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Indonesian cuisines; A perfect combination of hot, salt, sweet and sour

The combination of geographic and cultural diversity in Indonesia has resulted in one of the most mouth watering cuisines in the world. Although meals are generally simple, it is guaranteed to awaken your taste buds with its rich flavours of spices, herbs and other seasonings. It is not just vibrant and colourful food that is full of intense flavour, but it is also a very healthy cuisine Bali always offers that you can indulge your taste buds at COMO Shambhala Estate Bali.

There is so much to Indonesian Cuisine. Relying on a wide variety of fresh, nutrient rich ingredients including vegetables, grains, fruits, nuts, legumes and fish it always has to offer something unique in flavour. Rice which is considered as the staple food is often boiled or steamed or prepared as Nasi Goreng. Noodles, made from rice or wheat flour, are also used in dishes such asmie goring. The vegetables are most commonly prepared as curry form or soups. Fruits are enjoyed as dessert and snacks, and are often used to add a touch of sweetness to savory dishes. There are exotic varieties of fruits such as durians, mangosteens and rambutans in Indonesia. Some very unique and delicately tasty dishes are prepared using a countless variety of Fish and shellfish. Traditionally red meat is eaten throughout Indonesia. Chicken is eaten regularly and eggs are enjoyed in moderation. Legumes which include beans, peas and lentils are regular part of Indonesian cuisine. Green beans are a popular addition to salads, vegetable dishes and curries and Peanuts are particularly used as a garnish or prepared as a sauce.

Indonesian cuisine is a perfect combination of hot, salty, sweet and sour flavors. Various sauces are used to add richness and add more flavor to food. Chili and spices are an ever-present part of Indonesian cookery. The unique varieties of Indonesian cuisine are sure to give you an unforgettable healthy dining experience.

Intrigued by history, art and food, Shazzana Hamid is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary. Disguised as Lavinia Woolf she writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.Google+

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