Mi aceh, common Acehnese fried noodles
Mi aceh, common Acehnese fried noodles

Acehnese cuisine is the cuisine of the Acehnese people of Aceh in Sumatra, Indonesia. This cuisine is popular and widely known in Indonesia. Arab, Persian, and Indian[1][2] traders influenced food in Aceh although flavours have substantially changed their original forms.[3] The spices combined in Acehnese cuisine are commonly found in Indian and Arab cuisine, such as ginger, pepper, coriander, cumin, cloves, cinnamon, cardamom, and fennel.[4] A variety of Acehnese food is cooked with curry or coconut milk, which is generally combined with meat such as buffalo, beef, goat meat, lamb, mutton, fish, or chicken.[5]

Acehnese cuisine
Ayam tangkap
Bubur asyura
Kuwah pliek u
Bhôi
Keukarah
Meuseukat
Roti cane kari kambing
Kopi sanger

List of Acehnese foods

Dishes

Snacks and desserts

Beverages

See also

References

  1. ^ Arndt Graf, Susanne Schroter & Edwin Wieringa, ed. (2010). Aceh: History, Politics and Culture. p. 182.
  2. ^ Arndt Graf, Susanne Schroter & Edwin Wieringa, ed. (2010). Aceh: History, Politics and Culture. p. 183.
  3. ^ Wibisono, Nuran (June 4, 2018). "Jejak India Dalam Kuliner Nusantara". tirto.id (in Indonesian).
  4. ^ Rosemary Brissenden (2007). Southeast Asian Food: Classic and Modern Dishes from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. Tuttle Publishing. ISBN 0-7946-0488-9.
  5. ^ Patrick Witton (2002). World Food: Indonesia. Lonely Planet. ISBN 1-7405-9009-0.