Tengkleng Kambing, Special Recipe by Chef Dolimin to Celebrate Eid al-AdhaJumat, 31 Juli 2020 - 09:09 | 9.12k
TIMESINDONESIA, SURABAYA – Eid al-Adha is one of the religious festivals of Islam that requires the sacrifice of an animal for meat, usually cow and sheep. This means there is a variety of dishes containing lamb and mutton served to celebrate this religious festival.
Exclusively celebrating Eid al-Adha, the Executive Chef Dolimin shared his special mutton recipe to make at home for his Instagram followers. The menu that he shared is Tengkleng Kambing (Mutton Curry).
“Eid al-Adha is one of the most eagerly awaited by the Moslems. Not only about sacrificing animals for meat, but this festival is also about gathering with family after having the Eid prayers,” said Doliman, the Executive Chef of Quest Hotel Darmo, Surabaya.
Tengkleng is a recipe that has been passed down the generations, served in the family gatherings. From the live cooking demonstration in Instagram, Chef Dolimin expected to share more information to the people about this special dish.
Tengkleng is actually the signature dish of Solo. It is made of lamb meat or mutton that is cooked with seasonings and herbs, such as galangal, ginger, turmeric, lemongrass, candlenut, nutmeg, clove, coconut milk, and other Indonesian herbs.
The history of this recipe began in the Dutch colonial era in Solo. The people in Solo usually made use of the remains of the animal bones that were discarded by the nobles.
“This menu is named after the sound of the clanging iron plates in which the food was served. That’s why they finally named the menu as Tengkleng Kambing,” stated Chef Dolimin. (*)
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