What is your favorite food in Indonesia?
Recognized as Indonesia’s all time favorite dish, Nasi Goreng or Fried rice is a meal that can be taken any time; for breakfast, lunch or even dinner.
What is an Indonesian snack?
In Indonesian, snacks are called kudapan, makanan kecil (lit. “small food”) or makanan ringan (lit. “light food”). They might taste savoury or sweet, snack foods are a significant aspect of Indonesian cuisine which is very diverse.
What do Indonesian eat for lunch?
Lunch and dinner normally contain staples, meat or fish, vegetables, and condiments . Indonesian meals are commonly eaten with the combination of a spoon in the right hand and fork in the left hand, although in many parts of the country, such as in Java, it is common to eat with one’s hands.
Does Indonesia eat pork?
Indonesia’s pork consumption in 2019 was well below the OECD average of around 23.5 kilograms per capita. Fish and poultry were more commonly consumed meat types in Indonesia, where the majority of the population is Muslim, and for whom pig meat is forbidden.
Do Indonesian eat with their hands?
Indonesian meals are commonly eaten with the combination of a spoon in the right hand and fork in the left hand to push the food onto the spoon. Knife however, is absent from dining table, thus most of the ingredients such as vegetables and meat are already cut into bite-size pieces prior to cooking.