This is Rendang --- a popular spicy dish from Indonesia. If you happen to visit a relative or friend during special day such as Eid ul Fitr, chances are that rendang will be one of the dishes on the table.
The rich spices of rendang, which include garlic, shallot, ginger and galangal to name a few, are natural organic preservatives and have strong antimicrobial properties. That’s why a properly cooked dry rendang can last weeks at room temperature and up to six months in the refrigerator.
Rendang was voted the world’s MOST DELICIOUS FOOD in a CNN International online poll last year, beating fried chicken (number 31), chocolate (25), ice cream (15) and sushi (3). -AfiaRF, #rendang#rendangsapi#beef#indonesianfood#traditionalfood#journey#food#delicious#yummy#indonesia#deliciousfood#traditional#foodporn#dailyfood#visitindonesia
Un pas de côté: queue de lotte sauce hollandaise et pommes de terre locales à la vapeur pour mon fils qui reste attaché à la cuisine traditionnelle. À sidestep: monkfish tail hollandaise sauce with local steamed potatoes for my son #motherlove ❤️ #cookingbeforefitness#lentenfast#traditionalfood 👩👦🍽
We are often asked to recommend restaurants where traditional Cape Malay food is served, and the first that comes to mind is Bo-Kaap Kombuis.
Bo-Kaap, formally known as the Malay Quarter, is situated on the slopes of Signal Hill in the city bowl. The area is home to the largest Muslim community in the Western Cape, descendants of people who came to the Cape from the Malay Archipelago in the second half of the 18th century.
The family-run restaurant boasts incredible views of Table Mountain, delicious food and a warm welcome from husband and wife team Yusuf and Nazil. You could walk there from Tintagel, though it's quite a hill to get up so we recommend driving!