Dapanji, Uyghur Muslim Style Iftar Menu Worth Trying
Dapanji, the Uyghur Muslim style iftar menu that deserves to be tried. (Between/Aris Wasita)

JAKARTA - One of the cafes in Solo City Yi Cha Hotpot and Cafe presents the Uyghur Muslim-style iftar menu, Duck Dapanji. Marketing Director Yi Cha Fasichah Tia Nur in Solo, Sunday, said that usually the typical Chinese Muslim cuisine from Xin Province Jiang Suku Uyghur is served when breaking the fast.

He said Da means big, Pan means plates, and Ji means chicken.

"The activity is indeed chicken, but we present it with duck meat because the majority ask for a duck menu in Yi Cha Cha," he told Antara.

For Dapanji's taste, it almost resembles rendang so that it matches the Indonesian tongue. In this dish, meat in spicy spices with typical Chinese spices, such as Szechuan.

"In addition, there are peppers. Then the meat is boiled for about five hours, so the results are very soft. Meat is served at the same time as bone. The cooking technique must be at a stable temperature," he said.

He said the food was served in large plates and eaten together. For one large portion of the dish is sold at a price of Rp. 165,000.

"So it's like a obscenity (eating together). It can be enjoyed for five people," he said.

Meanwhile, apart from Duck Dapanji, several other menus that were also served included various dimsums and hotspots with various mouths.

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