, then it would be really nice if your trip interspersed with poaching culinary tour in this small town. In this city, there are various types of hawker. Ranging from food that is typical of Jepara, foreign foods until you can meet here.
Because it is not a few cafes or restaurants that you can find on the outskirts of the city's major roads which provides food-food Japan Thailand, China, even Europe.
Why are there only sells foreign food? Because the town is visited a tourist from different country, most of them visiting the city because attracted by carvings typical of Jepara that is already well known to the whole world.
Indeed, the potential of the city to the ground varies, but a typical hawker-hawker Jepara, the city also became a center of industrial furniture, making crafts, craftsman monel, Central convection, the manufacture of ceramics or genting, home-based factories as well as the annual Festival of Jepara so many tourists both from domestic and overseas who are interested in visiting the city.
Horok-horok is a snack food made from flour, Palm trees. This food belongs to the rare, due to the Horok-horok are generally very difficult if we meet outside of Jepara. Horok-horok are generally eaten with sate kikil, soto, meatballs, goulash, vegetable and salad. Moreover, it can also be eaten with coconut and a little sugar, such as porridge. Staples Horok – horok is a flour made from Palm trees, food has been popular since the times of war.
Unique is the method when taking a powder from arennya tree, usually a horok-horok makers will use the comb. So horok-horok has a form of small-grain resembling foam styrofoam chewy taste slightly salty.
To obtain the Palm tree will be used to create Horok-horok, the craftsmen Jepara origin will hunt up to outside the region, such as to Rembang, Blora and Starch. Flour aren, after cleaned, steamed until cooked. And once cooled, horok-horok would be chewy-textured.
For the community of Jepara Horok-horok is a great source of carbohydrates for several community as a replacement for rice or lontong.
2. Moto Belong
Moto Belong or which can be also called a Blong Moto is one of the original jajan pasar is typical of Jepara. Moto Belong easily found on traditional markets in Jepara Regency.
The origin of food is called Moto Belong is extracted from the Javanese language, i.e. the meaning of the motto of the eye, while the mean bulging Belong. The food is named after the motto because it forms these foods Belong to resemble the shape of the eyes that glared.
If you want to make this at home snacks, simply prepare a banana and cassava. When ready, then grated cassava earlier ago juicing. Then fill the banana is ripe and create such capsules, if necessary, can also be given food coloring to make it more interesting. For serving, typically by way of a cut/sliced thin (thus resembling the shape of the eyeball) and mixed with grated coconut plus a little sugar & salt.
3. Adon-adon Coro
Adon-Adon Coro or often called Jamu Adon-Adon Coro is a traditional drink of the town of Jepara. The drink is in the form of herbs mixed with spices, among others, pandan, pepper powder, cinnamon, clove, galangal are doused with coconut milk, ginger, brown sugar and water. The drink is spicy and warm taste, similar to other ginger.
Adon-adon coro can be found in the vicinity of the Shopping Centre to the ground, North of the town of Jepara.
A familiar or Blenyik known as Tempong is a collection of small anchovies that are molded into the fist round like a vegetable fritter. Because it is mixed with salt, it tends to be salty. But can also be made with fried and mixed with the eggs.
These foods usually consumed when the rain falls as friends eat rice. The fist of these fish can be processed by means of sauteed or steamed with or without coconut milk.
5. Boiled Serani
If since the last that we discussed is typical of Jepara hawker, then this time not traditional but main menu food. Pindang Serani has been recognized by culinary connoisseurs from all over the country because it has a delicious taste, especially in the broth.
This soy could be made from various kinds of fish, milkfish, tilapia can, oreochromis mossambicus, catfish or types of fish that can be processed by boiling and spices ' secret ' serani.
Although without coconut milk, Soy Sauce is smelling delicious Serani because the seasoning was last. Serving ordinary juxtaposed with warm white rice along with vegetables and sauce.
6. Rondho Royal
Monyos or have a cool name Rondho Royal is one of the traditional desserts (again) from the town of Jepara.