Pecel Lele

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Pecel Lele
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Pecel lele served with sambal, tempeh and lalab vegetables in a humble tent warung in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Alternative names Pecel Lele, Pecak Lele
Course Main course
Place of origin Java, Indonesia
Region or state Nationwide in Indonesia, also popular in Singapore and Malaysia
Created by Javanese cuisine
Serving temperature Hot
Main ingredients Clarias catfish served with sambal traditional chili paste
Cookbook: Pecel Lele  Media: Pecel Lele

Pecel Lele or Pecak lele is a deep fried Clarias catfish dish commonly found in Indonesia. It consists of catfish served with traditional sambal chili paste, often served with fried tempeh and/or tofu and steamed rice. It is a popular Javanese dish widely distributed in Indonesian cities, especially in Java. However, it is often associated with Lamongan town, west of Surabaya in East Java, as majority of pecel lele seller hailed from this town.[1] Often served in a street-side humble tent warung in Indonesian cities, pecel lele can be considered as an affordable food for everybody. Today, due to migrations of Javanese people to neighboring countries, pecel lele can also be found in Singapore and Malaysia.

Although it has a similar name, it should not be confused with another Javanese dish, pecel, which is a vegetables dish served in peanut sauce. Pecel lele is not served in peanut sauce, but in sambal terasi (ground chili with shrimp paste sauce) instead. However, some recipes might add a little bit of ground peanuts into their sambals.

See also

References

  1. ^ Adi Sucipto Kisswara & Budi Suwarna (24 February 2014). "Sejahtera Bersama Pecel Lele". Warta Kota (in Indonesian). Retrieved 13 January 2015. 

External links

  • Pecel Lele recipe (In Indonesian)
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