Kuluban

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Kuluban
Course Side dish
Place of origin Indonesia
Region or state Central Java
Created by Central Java
Serving temperature Mostly served with main course
Main ingredients Steamed vegetable salad, shredded coconut dressing
Cookbook: Kuluban  Media: Kuluban

Kuluban is a traditional[1] salad of Central Java. Kuluban can be consumed on its own as a salad for vegetarian meals or as a side dish. Kuluban is one of ancient Javanese cuisine, as it was mentioned in inscription dated from Medang Mataram era circa 9th century CE.[2]

Ingredients

The vegetables which are usually used in Kuluban are string bean, petai, young jackfruit, orange leaf, bean sprouts, kencur, terasi, shredded young coconut, red pepper, salt, sugar. To acquire a rich taste, most recipes insist on using kerupuk.

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.sajiansedap.com/recipe/detail/10690/kuluban
  2. ^ "Hanya Ada Di Candi Sojiwan: Menu Hidangan Raja Mataram Kuno". TEMPO.CO (in Indonesian). 22 February 2017. 

External links

  • Kuluban recipe from Original Indonesian recipe
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