This culinary actually a kind of culinary originating from India or the Middle East is adopted by Indonesia and became the bread nets. In addition to the cape nut, bread netting is also known by the people of Aceh and Aceh residents typically use goat curry and pineapple as a friend eat this bread.
The materials needed to make traditional foods is a mixture of flour and eggs cooked thin and calculated be like nets and compromised. Then the nets bread or bread nets added curry sauce (lamb or chicken) or a typical Malay curry sauce, but not too thick.
For those of us who just understood culinary, it will be assumed that this is a net bread omelet. This because at first glance the form of bread nets such as omelet and indeed the materials used are eggs.
Because these foods are very rare and hard to be found in a typical day, the time of Ramadan, as now we must not miss. Besides tasty, bread nets are also quite filling. so fitting and suitable for menu list we shared our loved ones.
Bread is food net shaped like a net or nets, which is usually served with chicken curry sauce blend. Curried chicken here serves to snack while eating bread nets. Bread chicken curry nets is one of the foods that taste of the region of Aceh. These foods are often found when you visit the Aceh region. Although the food comes from Aceh, it is possible in other areas there are foods that can also named bread nets though rarely found. Bread nets can accompany you when you're hanging out with the family. Below is a recipe Baking Jala Typical Aceh.
Nets Bread Ingredients:
- ¾ cup water
- ½ cup milk fresh water
- 1 cup whole wheat flour
- ½ tsp salt
- Food coloring
- 1 seed eggs
- 3 tablespoons oil or butter liquid
How to make bread nets
- Mix the flour and salt, mix well
- Mix the flour and coconut milk, stir well
- Pour the egg mixture into the flour gradually, stirring until blended.
- Add oil and stir well.
- Put the mixture in a plastic triangle.
- Heat a non-stick frying pan, rub with margarine. Spray the dough to form the mesh, cook over low heat until cooked. Lift. Repeat until the dough runs out.
- Serve as a companion curry / stew