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Empal gentong

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Empal gentong

Empal gentong
Empal gentong
Course main course
Place of origin Indonesia
Region or state Cirebon, West Java
Serving temperature hot
Main ingredients various beef and offal in spicy soup
Cookbook: Empal gentongĀ 

Empal gentong is a spicy curry-like beef soup originated from Cirebon, West Java. This soup is similar to gulai that usually cooked with firewood stove in gentong (Javanese for: clay pot). The ingredients are parts of beef meat, intestine, tripes, lungs, etc. cooked in curry-like spices in coconut milk, kucai and sambal in the form of chilli powder. Empal gentong can be eaten with steamed rice, ketupat or lontong. Empal gentong originated from Battembat village, kecamatan Tengah

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