Gudangan

Gudangan, dalam bahasa Jawa, atau urap sayuran, dalam bahasa Indonesia, adalah beberapa macam sayuran yang direbus kemudian dicampur kelapa parut berbumbu. Rasa sayuran yang segar dicampur rasa kelapa parut berbumbu yang agak pedas, wangi dan sedikit creamy, memberikan sensasi makan yang unik. Cukup beraroma, tapi ringan.

Rebus kangkung, taoge, wortel dan kacang panjang yang sudah dipotong-potong. Jenis sayuran yang dipakai bisa sesuai selera. Kalau nggak suka kacang panjang, misalnya, bisa diganti buncis. Atau kangkung diganti bayam. Bisa juga ditambahkan daun kenikir, jika suka.

Tumbuk kasar 4 siung bawang putih, 4 siung bawang merah, 8 buah cabe merah, 1 buah kencur, 2 cm lengkuas. Tumis bersama 2 lembar daun jeruk purut, 2 lembar daun salam. Setelah wangi, masukkan parutan setengah buah kelapa. Tambahkan sedikit garam dan merica, 1 sendok teh gula jawa, 1 sendok teh asam jawa. Biarkan di atas api kecil hingga bumbu meresap.

Campurkan sayuran rebus dengan kelapa berbumbu hingga rata.

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Gudangan, in Javanese, or urap sayuran, in bahasa Indonesia, is various kinds of stewed vegetables mixed with spiced-grated coconut. The fresh aroma and the crunchiness of the stewed vegetables meets a little spicy and creamy taste of the exotic coconut gives a unique eating sensation. Light yet aromatic.

Blanch kangkung, mung bean sprouts, carrot and long bean cuts. The variants of the vegetables used depends on personal taste, actually. For example, if you don’t like long bean, you can replace it with green bean. And you can either replace kangkung with spinach. You can also add kenikir leaves, if you like to.

Crush together 4 pieces of garlic, 4 pieces of shallot, 8 pieces of red chili pepper, 1 piece of fresh peeled lesser galangal, and 2 centimeters of galangal. Low heat 2 table spoons of oil, sauté those crushed spices with 2 pieces of bay leaves and 2 pieces of kaffir lime leaves until the aroma comes out. Add grated coconut. Add a pinch of salt and pepper, 1 tea spoon of palm sugar, and 1 tea spoon of tamarind. Wait a moment until the grated coconut absorbs the spices. Take out, then mix it together with the blanched vegetables.

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