Typical Makassar foods are known to have their own uniqueness and taste compared to other regional specialties. This proves that Makassar is not only famous for its tourist destinations, but also for its culinary delights.
Apart from the original city, authentic Makassar culinary can also be found in big cities such as Jakarta, Bandung, Semarang, Yogyakarta to Surabaya.
One example of South Sulawesi culinary that must be tasted while in Makassar is coto Makassar, pallu butung and others.
So, what are the typical Makassar foods that can be found in Jakarta?
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If Jalangkote is similar to pastels, there is Gogoso which at a glance is similar to Lemper because they are both wrapped in banana leaves. The filling is in the form of tuna and tuna meat.
2. Coto Makassar TheMakassar
The next typical culinary is Coto Makassar. Just like Konro, Coto Makassar also uses beef as the main ingredient combined with a sauce made from spices and is best served with lontong or ketupat. Besides being delicious on the tongue, the Coto Makassar recipe is very easy to make.
3. Sop Saudara
Sop Saudara is a typical Makassar food that is most unique because it uses ingredients such as rice noodles, potato cakes doused with milk sauce mixed with spices. The protein can use tripe, beef to gravel.
4. Pallu Butung
In addition to fatty foods, a typical South Sulawesi culinary that is delicious and loved by children is Pallu Butung ice. This snack is made from banana added with marrow pulp and drizzled with coco pandan syrup.
5. Es Pisang Ijo
This typical Makassar food has similarities with Pallu Butung. From the name alone, you can guess what fruit was used. Banana fruit wrapped in green pancakes served with thick coconut milk.
In Makassar, there is a snack that looks like pastels, namely Jalangkote. The difference is, the Jalangkote skin is much thinner and the filling consists of potatoes, bean sprouts, carrots and laksa.
Who doesn’t know Konro? This typical Makassar food is often found in the Jakarta area. Konro soup is a traditional food from Makassar made from beef ribs that are boiled using special spices such as tamarind water, cinnamon, kluwek and so on.