NASI SAMBAL PECEL LELE AT RESTORAN UMAR TAMAN DESARIA – 1ST CHOICE OF SAMBAL LELE AT DESARIA. BEST SPICY SAMBAL…
Article and food review of Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele is by Theinnusha & Team.
Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele in Restoran Umar is located at B5.G.56, Block 5, Jalan PJS 6/6A, Desa Mentari, Taman Desaria, 46000, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, 46000 Petaling Jaya.
We did a review about food that comes from a neighbouring country, namely Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele. It is a combination of rice, catfish, sambal terasi and is often served with tofu, vegetables and tempeh. This food is no stranger to Malaysians because there are various restaurants that provide Indonesian cuisine such as Ayam Penyet Ap Restaurant, Waroeng Penyet Restaurant, Supreme Ayam Penyet Restaurant, Express Daily Penyet Restaurant and many more.
Often people will be interested in Nasi Ayam Sambal Penyet compared to Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele but for the food review this time we want to bring something different, namely Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele or in malaysian Nasi Sambal Ikan Keli. For this food review we take you to a restaurant called Umar Restaurant that serves a variety of foods.
The reason we chose Umar Restaurant compared to famous indonesian food restaurant in Malaysia such as Ayam Penyet Ap Restaurant, Waroeng Penyet Restaurant, Supreme Ayam Penyet Restaurant, Penyet Express Daily Restaurant is due to the closer distance factor as there is a roadblock in each district because the government has announced the order movement control.
Among other factors is because Umar Restaurants offer more affordable prices than other Indonesian restaurants. In terms of taste, this Nasi Sambel Pecel Lele has an interesting combination between sambal and ulam ulaman there is a salty, spicy and fatty taste that Malaysians like. Since this food comes from a neighbouring country, it is not foreign in terms of the tastes of Malaysians.
Here is a brief summary of the facts and history of this Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele, it is made up of catfish, mostly eaten with fried tempeh and/or tofu and steamed rice, served with traditional sambal chilli paste. It is a common Javanese dish that is widely distributed in cities in Indonesia, especially in Java. However, as the majority of pecel lele sellers came from this area, it is often associated with Lamongan town, west of Surabaya in East Java. Sometimes served in Indonesian cities in a street-side humble tent warung, pecel lele can be considered for everyone as an inexpensive meal.
Today, Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele can also be found in Singapore and Malaysia due to migrations of Javanese people to neighbouring countries. It should not be confused with another Javanese dish, Pecel, which is a vegetable dish served in peanut sauce, although it has a similar name. Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele is served in sambal terasi (ground chilli with shrimp paste sauce) rather than in peanut sauce. Some recipes might however, add a little bit of ground peanuts to their sambals.
As a conclusion, we must practice a balanced diet in daily life. This is because a balanced diet is important because it provides nutritious nutrients and nutrients for the growth of the human body. Our body is an organism that needs enough nutrients and nutrients to perform the functions of organs. One example of a healthy food is Nasi Sambal Pecel Lele because researchers in Nigeria in 2013 have presented the results of their study on the nutritional value of catfish.
Among them, the content of Poly Unsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFA) contained in catfish is believed to help reduce the symptoms of skin problems such as psoriasis and eczema. The content of PUFA is rarely seen in other fish-based food products and PUFA products from these catfish are offered at low and affordable prices that should be utilized by the public.