Lontong. Lontong is an Indonesian dish made of compressed rice cake in the form of a cylinder wrapped inside a banana leaf, commonly found in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore. Rice is rolled inside a banana leaf and boiled, then cut into small cakes as a staple food replacement of steamed rice. The texture is similar to those of ketupat, with the difference being that the ketupat container is made from.
In Singapore, Lontong is a dish itself – where the rice roll is cut up into bite-sized pieces and served in a coconut vegetable stew; similar to Sayur Lodeh, and topped with sambal and toasted coconut. However, Lontong is actualy the term most familiar internationally referring the Rice Roll only. Add the vegetables and cook until softened. Buat Kamu yang berencana membuat Lontong, Inilah Panduan Sederhana Memasak Lontong menggunakan 3 bahan yang mudah dan 5 panduan simpel.
Resep memasak Lontong ini penulis padukan sedemikan rupa sehingga cukup gampang untuk dimengerti. Kalaupun Kamu kurang paham cara masak resep masakan ini.
Daftar Bahan dari Lontong
- Kamu perlu menyiapkan 500 gr dari beras.
- Pembaca Sekalian memerlukan dari Plastik.
- Kalian membutuhkan dari Air.
Lontong is a delicious dish usually eaten during the eid month. It's super yummy and so easy to make. You can eat it on its own or have it with a side of some amazing Beef Rendang or Mushroom Rendang. Try this recipe out for yourself and let us know what you think !
Lontong Cara masaknya sebagai berikut
- Cuci bersih beras, tiriskan dalam wadah.
- Masukkan beras kedalam plastik, aku pake plastik yg 1/4 kg.masukkan dalam plastik setengahnya..
- Jika sudah terisi,rekatkan dengan lilin atasannya. Dan ditusuk tusuk palistiknya agar matang merata.
- Siapkan panci, yang sudah diberi air, tunggu sampai mendidih,masukkan satu persatu adonan lontong nya (plastik yg berisi beras) dan rebus selama 1 jam. Biar tanak. Me pake tungku kayu bakar.
- Selamat mencoa.
Lontong is an Asian dish made of compressed rice that is then cut into small cakes. Its very popular in Indonesia and Malaysia, the dish is usually served cold or at room temperature with sauce-based dishes such as Gado-gado, Soto Ayam, salads, and also it can be eaten as an accompaniment to other dishes such as curries. In Indonesia, you don't need to make it by yourself since you can get it. Lontong accompanies many Indonesian dishes such as sate or satay, rendang, veggies or meat soup or stew with curry base. In Probolinggo, a small city where I was born, lontong is eaten with bakso (Indonesian meatball soup).