Bubur Manado Tinutuan is a delicious dish based on vegetables that, in Indonesia, is usually served at breakfast to accompany with other meals. Ideal to start the day with energy!
Tinutuan is a dish native to the city of Manado, in northern Sulawesi. Basically it is rice porridge cooked with sweet potatoes, cassava, pumpkin and also vegetables such as spinach and corn. It is usually accompanied by ingredients such as sambal (chilli paste), crispy fried shallots, lemon basil, fried crispy smoked/salted fish or fried tofu.
• Step 1:
Wash the rice by soaking it two or three times until clean water is obtained and drained.
• Step 2:
Pour 1.5 litres of cold water into a large saucepan. Add lemongrass and ginger.
• Step 3:
. When the water boils, add the rice to the saucepan and cook until the rice is tender.
• Step 4:
As it boils the rice, prepare all the sliced vegetables.
• Step 5:
Add the sweet corn and salt. Continue cooking for about 10 minutes. Stir from time to time.
• Step 6:
Add cassava, pumpkin and sweet potato. Continue cooking over medium heat until all ingredients are tender (takes about 20 minutes).
• Step 7:
Add spinach. Cook briefly until withered.
• Step 8:
Adjust the seasoning, add salt if necessary and remove from heat.
👉 Bubur Manado Tinutuan is ready to be served. You can add sambal if you like it spicy. In Manado, they usually accompany this dish with a fried fish. 👌
Selamat makan semuanya! 😋 ⠀
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