The Asia Pacific Cultural Center will host Taste of Indonesia on March 7 at 11 am. Instructor will be Jaeny Desjardin.
Soto Ayam, an Indonesian version of chicken soup, is a clear herbal broth brightened by fresh turmeric and herbs, with skinny rice noodles buried in the bowl. It is served with a boiled egg, fried shallots, celery leaves and herbs, and is hearty enough for a meal.
Served with Es Kelapa Muda is a beverage made from chilled or iced coconut water, young coconut flesh and syrup. It is among the most popular beverages in Indonesia.
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