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Rendang Paku From Dharmasraya West Sumatera

  Rendang is a popular dish from Indonesia, especially from the Minangkabau ethnic group in West Sumatra. It is a slow-cooked beef dish typically simmered for several hours in a mixture of coconut milk and spices until the liquid has been absorbed and the meat is tender and flavorful. The traditional spice mixture for rendang usually includes ginger, garlic, shallots, lemongrass, galangal, turmeric, and chili peppers. The slow-cooking process allows the flavors to meld together and intensify, resulting in a complex and profoundly savory dish. Rendang is often served with steamed rice and is a popular dish for special occasions such as weddings and religious festivals. It is also a popular dish in neighboring countries like Malaysia and Singapore and has gained popularity worldwide as a delicious and exotic culinary experience. Apart from using meat, rendang can also be made using ferns. Dharmasraya Regency is one of the areas that produce rendang paku. Rendang paku is a traditional dis