Pick up your fork and spoon and get ready to tuck into a big bowl of nasi goreng or gado gado. Remember, spoon goes in the right and fork in the left, or use your hands depending on which region you’re in. Starchy foods take center stage in Indonesian cuisine, namely yam, sweet potato, potato and cassava. Pork is less common due to the Islamic majority, but you’ll find an abundance of beef, water buffalo and goat throughout most of the islands. And whatever you do, don’t forget the peanuts, now a sophisticated, earthy topping for most meals; it is an important part of many national dishes.
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