True! I can’t stop eat them if one of these conditions has not been satisfied:
- Very bloated
- Start to consider about money
What are they?
Chicken cream soup
It should be CHICKEN, and CREAM SOUP. Not just an ordinary chicken soup.
That’s why my email is always “chickencreamsoup” and I’ve never think to change to a formal one 😛
Tuna Mayo Sandwich
I still remember the first time I ate it. It’s in my Uncle’s villa in Puncak, Bogor (cold one, surrounded by tea field on mountains!). My aunt made tuna mayo sandwich for breakfast and that’s when I start to like it very much.
My recipe: tuna chunks in oil (canned), with onion, and mayonnaise in two loaf of bread.
Meat Lover Pizza
I love pizza. Especially Pizza Hut, because it’s the only one known brand for pizza in Indonesia (and “meat lover” is a name for one of Pizza Hut’s pizza topping). I don’t like thin Italian pizza; I like the thick one with only MEAT as the toppings. Hehe…
It should not be ham! One bun is never enough!
These picture below is the Blenger Burger (Blenger means something like “when you are very bloated, you’re dizzy”), which is famous for the BIG burger in Jakarta. For this one, one is enough J
Any potato dishes, from “Perkedel” (mashed and fried potato – Indonesia one), Hash Browns, French Fries, Wedges, Pom Pom, Mashed… anything! I like to make my own potato dish, which should be hash brown but turned to pom pom. But my mother’s Potato SchÖtel is never bad, it’s always very good.
If you like chicken cream soup, you should like garlic bread too. It is one packet and I won’t change it to other substitute bread. I like to make it myself too with Baguette which turn out to be burnt L
Don’t you think that I love western food very much? Probably… But none cannot change Ongol-ongol, which is a traditional dish from Indonesia. When you say “Ongol-ongol”, it sounds like “chewy and pillowy”. Made from rice flour and coconut milk, easy to make but somehow very rare in Indonesia L
Balado cassava chips
Bet it, you can only found cassava chips in Indonesia. Especially the balado (spicy) one, if you start eating one, you won’t be able to stop. It’s just like drugs!
Here comes the Japanese snack! Eat it while it’s hot and feel your tongue burnt, haha…
Ps: I got the picture from http://tokyo5.wordpress.com and I suggest you to read it J
Ayam pop (translated : POP CHICKEN) came from West Sumatera which is well known for its Padang Food. All of Padang Food is reaaaaaaaaaly spicy but this one is sooo plain. I don’t know how they make it but I heard it has to be cooked with coconut oil and then fried. And one thing’s obvious is; it’s a white chicken J