Singkong Goreng (Fried Cassava)

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Makanan ini namanya singkong goreng.

Cara membuatnya gampang sekali.

Bahan yang diperlukan:

1. Singkong beku (bisa dibeli di toko Asia, saya biasanya membeli di toko Saigon di daerah Dickson di Canberra)

2. Garam

3. Bawang putih

4. Minyak untuk menggoreng

Cara memasak:

1. Diamkan singkong sampai tidak beku lagi atau bisa di defrost  di microwave.

2. Setelah singkong tidak beku lagi, potong-potong kecil.

3. Campurkan bawang putih dan garam. Diamkan beberapa saat.

4. Goreng dengan minyak panas sampai singkong berwarna kecoklatan. Lalu diangkat dan disajikan.

Dalam bahasa Inggris (In English):

This food’s name is fried cassava.

It’s very easy to make this. (gampang sekali = mudah sekali = gampang banget (Jakartans slang))

Ingredients needed:

1. Frozen cassava (can be found in Asian shop, I normally get them from Saigon shop in Dickson, Canberra)

2. Salt

3. Garlic

4. Cooking oil for frying

Cooking steps: (“cara” literally means the way to. So, “cara menggoreng” means the way to fry, “cara membaca” means the way to read, etc.).

1. Unfrozen the cassava or defrost it in the microwave. (The word “diam” literally means quiet or still. So, “diamkan” is like let it sit).

2. When the cassava is unfrozen, cut it small.

3. Mix the cassava with salt and garlic. Let it sit for a while.

4. Deep fry it until golden brown. Then take it out of the pan and serve.

Notes:

This blog post is for Indonesian language learners. I’m going to put this post to my work blog. It’s just taking a while to post to the work blog because it needs to be “filtered” for appropriateness first. So there won’t be any bad language or materials that might be offended or something like that.

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