Home-cooking Lampung Specialty Food

Yes, I’m eating out 365 days/year!.

Unlike most Indonesian family, in my family, mostly men cook (my grandpa, my Dad, and my brother).

Now I understand why I love & happy when I’m eating not cooking πŸ˜…Β (chuckle).

Living far away from family sometimes I miss a simple home-cooking like warm fluffy steamed rice with salted fish, spicy chilies sambal, steamed fish, and love, yeah… love that makes food taste even more delicious.

Lucky me, I visited my friend in Lampung, my friend and her mom prepared home cooking Lampung specialty food for me. I’m feeling blessed πŸ˜€

The food as follows:

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Pepes Ikan Patin (Steamed Iridescent Shark cooked in spices such as cumin, garlic, onion, chilies wrapped in Banana leaves).
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Pepes Ikan Patin (Steamed Iridescent Shark cooked in spices such as cumin, garlic, onion, chilies wrapped in Banana leaves).
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Cumi masak tinta (Squid cooked in squid ink). it’s give different taste and extraordinarily delicious.
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Nasi Bakar (Grilled Steamed Fragrances rice with chicken, vegetables, medan salty fish wrapped in banana leaves)
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Nasi Bakar (Grilled Steamed Fragrances rice with chicken, vegetables, medan salty fish wrapped in banana leaves)
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Sayur asam
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ikan asin peda/ sun dried salty fish
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Chili sambal with local baby tomatoes called rampai.

 

 

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