Thursday, 18 April 2013

TRIPE SEMARANG STYLE (BABAT GONGSO)


Tripe Semarang Style (Babat Gongso) is a traditional food from Semarang.
 Basically it's a tripe that sliced and stir-fried with some spices. 
It taste sweet and spicy, but really delicious. 
I never try this food before, this is the first time I eat this food.
I really like it.
Here is the recipe :


RECIPE IN ENGLISH


Tripe Semarang Style 
(Babat Gongso)

Taken From :

INGREDIENTS:

500 grams of Tripe
50 grams grind chili
10 red onion, sliced
4 cloves garlic, crushed in
5 tablespoons Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce
salt
2 tablespoons fried shallots
10 tablespoons of cooking oil
a little water 


HOW TO MAKE:

Boil the tripe with herbs until tender (greetings, lemongrass, galangal), then cut and set aside. 
Saute onion with cooking oil, until fragrant. 
Insert the tripe pieces, saute a little longer until the tripe started to dry. 
Get rid of excess cooking oil from the pan, insert garlic, salt, soy sauce, small chilli and a little water.
Cook until all the flavors mingle and the water evaporates.
Serve hot with a sprinkling of fried shallots.


RESEP DALAM BAHASA INDONESIA


Tripe Semarang Style 
(Babat Gongso)

Taken From :

BAHAN YANG DIGUNAKAN:

500 gr Babat
50 gr cabe giling
10 butir bawang merah iris halus
4 siung bawang putih, di haluskan
5 sendok makan kecap manis
garam
2 sendok makan bawang merah goreng
10 sendok makan minyak goreng
sedikit air


CARA MEMBUAT :

Rebus babat sampe empuk lengkap dengan rempah ( salam, serai , lengkuas )setelah empuk potong2 dan sisihkan .
Tumis bawang merah dengan minyak goreng, sampai harum ,masukkan potongan babat, tumis agak lama, sampai babat mulai mengering.
Buang kelebihan minyak goreng dari wajan,masukkan bawang putih, garam, kecap manis, cabe halus dan sedikit air, masak sampai semua bumbu meresap dan agak kering.
Sajikan panas dengan taburan bawang merah goreng.

αƒ‘αƒαƒœ appetit
eet smakelijk

1 comment:

  1. gosh, this tasty tripe cost me a lot,
    30 minutes on treatmile....hehehe
    lovely photograph too....

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