Recipe: Tasty Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce)

Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce). Indonesian rujak buah, or rojak buah in Malaysia/Singapore, is basically a fruit salad. Picture a bowl of colorful slices of fruits and vegetables, dressed with sweet, spicy, and tangy palm sugar sauce, topped with ground peanuts, and you can understand why rujak/rojak is so beloved and always a popular choice among the locals. The most popular rujak is probably fruit salad or rujak buah.

Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce) So what's so special about this Indonesian fruit salad? Rujak Manis (or rujak buah in other parts of the country) is a fruit salad which is served with spicy peanut sauce. This time I picked the Surabaya style rujak manis. You can cook Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce) using 12 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.

Ingredients of Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce)

  1. Prepare 1 of fresh pinneaple.
  2. Prepare 3 of fresh peers.
  3. Prepare 3 of fresh apples.
  4. You need 3 of fresh cucumbars.
  5. Prepare 1 of fresh star fruit.
  6. It’s of Sauce:.
  7. You need 100 gr of fried nuts.
  8. You need 1 of cayenne pepper.
  9. Prepare 1 pinch of salt.
  10. It’s 5 tbsp of coconut sugar.
  11. You need 1 tsp of tamarind.
  12. You need of Little bit water (about 50ml).

This rujak manis is one of many rujaks that I grew up with. For Malaysian and Singaporean, rujak is pronounced as rojak. There are several versions of rujak in Indonesia. Rujak Manis (or known for rujak buah in other parts of the country) is a fruit salad which is served with spicy peanut sauce.

Rujak (Indonesian Fruit Salad with peanut sauce) instructions

  1. Prepare all ingredients.
  2. Blend nuts, cayenne pepper, salt, tamarind and coconut sugar and water with blender.
  3. Cut all fruits in a small size.
  4. Serve it..

This time I picked the Surabaya style rujak manis. This rujak manis is one of many rujaks that I grew up with. For Malaysian and Singaporean, rujak is pronounced as rojak. There are several versions of rujak in Indonesia. Unique indonesian street food with spicy and sweet taste. enjoy the video.

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