Pallubasa

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Pallubasa
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Pallubasa
Type Stew
Place of origin Indonesia
Region or state South Sulawesi
Main ingredients Beef or water buffalo meat, broth and spices
Cookbook: Pallubasa  Media: Pallubasa

Pallubasa is the traditional food from Makassar, South Sulawesi.[1][2] Like Coto Mangkasara (Coto Makassar), it is also made from offal of cattle or buffalo. The cooking process is similar to Coto Makassar; the offal is boiled for long time. After it is boiled, the offal is added to meat, then sliced and served in a bowl.

What distinguishes Pallubasa from Coto Makassar is its seasoning, which is specially formulated. Pallubasa soup tastes creamy and rich because of the addition of sauteed grated coconut.[1] Coto Makassar is eaten with ketupat, while Pallubasa is eaten with a plate of rice.

External links

  • (in Indonesian) Situs Portal Kota Makassar

References

  1. ^ a b Indonesia, CNN. "7 Kuliner Khas Makassar yang Wajib Dicoba". CNN Indonesia (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2017-12-12. 
  2. ^ "Dinas Pariwisata Tetapkan 10 Kuliner Khas Makassar yang Wajib Tersedia di Hotel - Tribun Timur". Tribun Timur (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2017-12-12. 
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