Recipe for Making Taro Leaves

Buntil is a traditional cuisine that is easily found in every market on the island of Java, especially Central Java. The basic ingredients of buntil cooking are leaves.

There are three types of leaves that can be used as bundles, namely papaya leaves, cassava leaves, and taro leaves.

Of the three types of leaves earlier, in the bundle maker the process is almost the same. Well, of the three types of leaves that are the most popular are buntil which comes from taro leaves.

Do you have the desire to make taro leaves?

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Delicious Padang Satay Recipe

Who doesn’t know this one dish ??? Satay is not only known by the people of Indonesia, but satay is a dish that has been widely known in various countries. This is evidenced by the entry of satay into 15 of the most delicious dishes in the world by CNN.

Indonesian satay has more variants than Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and the Netherlands, which are 40 variants of satay.

Satay is also easy to get, whether it is peddlers, street vendors, ordinary restaurants, and other upscale restaurants that provide food from the pierced meat.

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Various kinds of super nutritious food ingredients

Eating colored foods can indeed increase appetite, especially green food ingredients. But many also avoid it with certain reasons such as not wanting it because it tastes bitter, dislikes, bad and so on. Though from eating green foods we can take great benefits. Here are the various benefits of green foods:


Because it tastes bitter, many people avoid consuming this type of food. Bitter melon fruit contains calories, fat, protein, carbohydrates, calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A, B AND C. In addition to the above content of bitter melon fruit also contains albiminoid and dyes. Young bitter melon fruit can be used as a drug dibetes, digestive disorders, drugs for malaria, jaundice and bronchitis. The benefits of bitter melon are not only there, other benefits, namely bitter melon fruit can inhibit the HIV virus. How to consume bitter melon in stir-fry or can be made concoction by way of puree, then extract the fruit juice. The fruit juice is drunk.

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Making Delicious Soto Banten

Soto is a traditional specialty from various regions in Indonesia. There are Soto Lamongan, Soto Kudus, Soto Banjar, and many more.

Well, do you know that there are also soto dishes in Banten ??

Of course the name is also Soto Banten, according to the area from which this dish was made.

You are curious about how to make Soto Banten? Here’s the recipe:

Soto Banten Recipe

(for 10 servings)

Material ;

  • 4 chicken aha top and bottom
  • 3000 ml of water
  • 4 bay leaves
  • 4 sticks of lemongrass, take the white and then spread it
  • 4 medium sized tomatoes. Then cut it into pieces
  • 8 teaspoons of salt
  • 4 teaspoons of sugar
  • 4 tablespoons of oil to saute.

Ground spices

  • 12 red onion grains
  • 8 garlic cloves
  • 2 teaspoons of pepper
  • 4 cm kunit, then burned.

Vacuum material

  • 200 grams of glass noodles, soaked
  • 600 grams of potatoes, cut into a box. Then fry
  • 300 grams of sprouts, take a minute
  • 4 stalks of celery, finely sliced
  • 4 tablespoons of fried shallots
  • 4 eggs, boiled.

How to make

  • Boil chicken with bay leaves, lemongrass, tomatoes, until cooked. Remove the chicken and strain 3000 ml of boiled water. Bring to the boil again.
  • Fry the chicken until it’s cooked, then shred it small then set it aside
  • Heat the oil and saute the finely seasoned ingredients until fragrant, pour the broth of the broth, add salt and sugar. Cook until boiling.
  • Arrangement of glass noodles, potatoes, bean sprouts and chicken in a bowl.
  • Flush the broth, add celery, fried onions and boiled eggs.
  • Cuisine is ready to be served

Soto is also good for adding sweet soy sauce and chili sauce.

That’s a recipe for how to make soto Banten, hopefully adding to your rich insight about Indonesian specialties.

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