Recommended 6 Typical Solo Culinary To Break Fast, Must Be Present At The Food Table!
A typical solo culinary illustration for breaking the fast (Photo: Ivan Two Men/VOI)

YOGYAKARTA The city of Solo has a variety of typical foods that can be used as a menu for breaking the fast with a varied taste ranging from sweet to savory. For those of you who are in the city of Solo, don't forget to hunt for typical Solo culinary delights to break the fast.

Related to this, you can try eating snacks that taste sweet, such as serabi, mendut cake and so on, or breaking up with heavy foods, such as tengleng which has a bitter taste.

Summarized from various sources, the following are typical Solo culinary delights for iftar that must be on the dining table.

Adapted from the book Culinary Surakarta Creating a Full Flavor of Nuansa (2018) by Murdjiati Gardjito, Serabi is a traditional snack that has different variations in each region.

In Solo, the serabi has a broad shape and has a fine porous shape. This snack food also has a dry edge or lace that tastes legit.

Serabi Solo is presented with certain toppings that enrich the taste. The top can be in the form of thick coconut milk, cheese sprinkles, jackfruit, or brown meses.

The mendut cake is a traditional Solo snack made of glutinous flour, and the dipalm is filled with peeling coconut dough and brown sugar.

Mendut cake has a soft texture and coconut filling that tastes legit. Menut cake can be an alternative takjil menu during Ramadan.

Quoted from the Kemendikbud Cultural Heritage page, Tengkleng Solo is a processed goat meat with a yellow spice sauce that has a bitter taste.

Tenggakleng Solo has always been the favorite menu for tourists who are based in Surakarta.

At first glance, Solo's tengleng looks like a goat's sugary. However, what you need to know, solo tengkleng is not cooked with coconut milk. Because of this, tengkleng Solo is considered to contain less cholesterol than goat sugary sugary.

The parts of the goat that are usually used to make tengkleng include ribs, goat's head and jeroan.

The Solo Strait is a typical Solo culinary heritage of the Dutch occupation. This food is suitable to eat when breaking the fast because it has a sweet, sour, and savory taste.

The Solo Strait has a distinctive light spice aroma. The brownish color that dominates this meat-based dish comes from using soy sauce.

Usually, the Solo Strait is served with potatoes, beans, bacem eggs, boiled carrots combined with sweet chocolate sauce with mustard on top.

Timlo is a soup containing chicken ati ampela slices, roll slices, slices of solo sausages, bihun, pindang eggs, and suwir fried chicken. Timlo can also be used as an alternative iftar menu.

The characteristic feature of this timlo is its clear and dilute soup, but it has a slightly sweet taste and is slightly sweet.

Timlo is suitable for the iftar menu because apart from the delicious taste, the warm soup makes the stomach feel comfortable.

Solo's typical culinary recommendation for breaking the fast is liwet rice. This is rice cooked with coconut milk.

Quoted from the official website of the Surakarta City Government, the typical Solo City liwet Nasi is different from liwet rice in West Java and other areas.

A distinctive feature of the Solo City liwet rice, namely rice with savory spices and watered with concave vegetable soup. The assistants for eating liwet rice also vary, you can use suwir chicken or boiled eggs.

In addition, the presentation of liwet rice is also unique, which is served using pincuk leaves which makes the connoisseurs of liwet rice feel a different sensation.

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