Apart from the basic ingredients of meat, some shredded-based fish, like tuna, catfish and eels.
Abon usually eaten as a side dish or topping on top of rice porridge chicken, or as the contents of lemper. In Indonesia, the meat used to make shredded beef came from, so people familiar with 'shredded beef'. In addition to beef, other materials used are chicken, pork, fish and goats.
- 1 kg of beef
- 2 ltr of water
- 250 grams of coconut milk
- a lot of oil for frying
- 10 red onions
- 4 cloves garlic
- 4 grain toasted hazelnut
- 200 grams of brown sugar
- 1/4 teaspoon seasoning dishes
- salt to taste
How to :
- Boil meat in water until tender and the water runs out.
- Lift and hit - beat the meat until the stretch and easily broken down.
- Insert the meat back into the pan with spices and coconut milk.
- Boil over low heat, with occasional stirring until the coconut milk runs out.
- Lift the meat and mash until smooth.
- Heat oil and fry the meat until the dry.
- Squeeze the fried meat to remove the oil.
- Abon can be stored up to 3 weeks.