Semur Jengkol

By Holytasty From Indonesia

Price $15.00
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Semur is a type of meat stew that is braised in thick brown gravy commonly found in Indonesian cuisine. The main ingredient used in semur gravy is kecap manis (sweet soy sauce), shallots, onions, garlic, ginger, candlenut, nutmeg and cloves, sometimes pepper, coriander, cumin and cinnamon might be added. Soy sauce is the most important ingredient in the Semur-making process because it serves to strengthen the flavor, but it should still feel blends harmoniously with other ingredients.
Archidendron pauciflorum, commonly known as Jengkol, Dogfruit, or Jering is a species of flowering tree in the pea family, Fabaceae, that is native to Southeast Asia. Despite its strong smell, the beans are a popular food in Indonesia, and also consumed in Malaysia (where they are known as jering), Myanmar (where they are called da nyin thee), and in Southern Thailand, where they are called luk-nieng or luk neang.

NUTRIENT: The results show, jengkol rich in carbohydrate, protein, vitamins A, B, and C, phosphorus, calcium, alkaloids, volatile oil, steroids, glycosides, tannins, and saponins. In fact, protein content jengkol still higher than the tempe (18.3 grams per 100 grams of material) which has been touted as a source of high protein vegetable food. In 100 grams of seed jengkol, the energy contained 133 kcal, protein 23.3 grams, twenty.7 grams carbohydrates, vitamin A 240 SI, 0.7 mg vitamin B, vitamin C 80 mg, 166.7 mg of phosphorus, calcium 140 mg, iron three.7 mg, and 49.5 grams of water. Because jengkol rich in iron, do not be surprised if jengkol often recommended for people with anemia. Jengkol also excellent for bone health because of the high calcium content, ie 140 mg/100 g. The role of calcium in general can be divided in to, namely to help build bones and teeth, and regulate biological processes in the body. Jengkol is a nice source of protein, which is 23.3 g per 100 g of material. Protein also provides a calming effect on the brain. Protein helps the brain to work quickly in receiving messages. For children, the protein plays an important role for the development of the body and brain cells. In adults, in case of bruises and the like, proteins can rebuild damaged cells. Jengkol rich in iron, ie three.7 g per 100 g. Iron deficiency may cause anemia. Jengkol also excellent for bone health because of the high calcium content, ie 140 mg / 100 g. The role of calcium in general can be divided in to, namely to help build bones and teeth, and regulate biological processes in the body. The content of phosphorus in jengkol (166.7 mg/100 g) is also important for the formation of bones and teeth, as well as for storage and energy expenditure. Thus, actually plenty of benefits derived from eating jengkol.

PACKAGE: Vacum Plastic packed, frozen
SHIPPING: Ready to ship in 3-10 days from ordering
PRICE: $15 for 500gram
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