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Enjoying Nasi Jinggo In Bali

simplyasep.com  Do you know about "Nasi Kucing"? Have you ever heard that good traditional famous food in Jogjakarta, central Java in Indonesia?. I have visited Jogjakarta two times, and the brand new visit happened in the early November, 2010 during Merapi Eruption. Flash back my memories in Bali where I have visited ten times, I was very luck to enjoy "Nasi Jingg" in Bali.

A Taxi driver called I Gede Suparta, told me that those Nasi Jinggo is very cheap and can be eaten by all people in all generation without worrying about the material used in the Nasi Jinggo. I found that the content of the Nasi Jinggo are very common and can be found every where in all across Indonesia such as Noodle , fish , tempe and some local recipes.

I was fortunate to have once tasted the Jinggo Rice directly in Bali during a visit to the Dewata island with Kang Guru Indonesia in April 2011. What is the taste of Bali Jinggo rice like? Eitts is patient. Hold lust. Hiheiheiheihee. Um, when the taxi that took me from Ngurah Rai Airport would go to the Pop Hotel, Haris Kuta, the taxi driver, who later I knew his name, I Gede Suparta, answered my curiosity about this one culinary.


This is the unique Jinggo Rice typical of the Island of the Gods, Bali, which I display for all my friends here. This dish is free or free if staying at Pop Haris Kuta, Bali. The shape of the wrapper resembles a hat. Unique too. Photo of Syahrir Badulu / Makasar
This is the unique Jinggo Rice typical of the Island of the Gods, Bali, which I display for all my friends here. This dish is free or free if staying at Pop Haris Kuta, Bali. The shape of the wrapper resembles a hat. Unique too. Photo of Syahrir Badulu / Makasar
This is a photo I took , a pack of Nasi Jinggo , during my staying at Pop Haris Kuta Bali (last April, 2011). I could see the content or contents in a packet of Jinggo Rice: fish, fried noodles, tempeh, serundeng, sambel, and chicken eggs. Spicy? Oh, it's pretty spicy. Very good breakfast. Photo of Asep Haryono
This is a photo I took , a pack of Nasi Jinggo , during my staying at Pop Haris Kuta Bali (last April, 2011). I could see the content or contents in a packet of Jinggo Rice: fish, fried noodles, tempeh, serundeng, sambel, and chicken eggs. Spicy? Oh, it's pretty spicy. Very good breakfast. Photo of Asep Haryono


Unlike Nasi Kucing which famous for its tasty food and recipe , the Nasi Jinggo in Bali which I can easily find them when I was staying at Pop Haris hotel located in Jalan Teuku Umar, Denpasar Bali. This happen during my visit to Bali last April 2011. The hotel location is not far away from Ngurah Rai International Airport. It needs around 25 minutes to reach the hotel from the air port.

The first impression when you are looking at this Nasi Jinggo is their physical appearance which very similar to the form of hat. What do you mean by the hat?. Well just look at the outside of the Nasi Jinggo, and what big image in your mind when you see this small image? It looks very closely with a hat right? Yes, that is absolutely right.

The Nasi Jinggo performance is similar to the form of hat. It is really unique, isn't it?.What is the price of a Jinggo Rice pack if you have to buy it from outside the hotel? Wow, I don't know how much the market price of a Jinggo rice pack would be if I bought it outside the hotel where I was staying because at that time I didn't have the same time, uh, at all LoL

My colleague from Bali, Gung Dwinta said that the location was also close to the hotel where I was staying. "It's really close, even some are selling around the Badung Market and also around the Kumbasari Market," he said. Ah when are you going to Bali again? Hiehiheie mauuu donk.

How do you eat it? Wow, this is it. The question is simple but the answer can be various kinds. If I think it's eaten, use a spoon which is also provided, you can use your hand, please. "I still like to eat using Spoon because our hands are still clean and you are covered with rice in your hand, see it later, jijay," said Syahrir Badulu, my colleague from Makassar. (Asep Haryono)



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