Combro is a typical food of West Java. The main ingredient of this food is in the form of grated cassava. Although combro comes from West Java, but we can easily find combro in various regions. In addition to the affordable price, combro is also delicious and delicious to be used as a friend to drink tea / coffee.
Not only sold on the roadside, but combro has also been sold in supermarkets and malls (of course with more interesting creations, more expensive prices, and standardization of cleanliness has also been good).
For those of you who have no free time to buy a combro outside, but want to eat combro, you don’t need to worry, below I will explain how to make a good combro.
- 1 kg of cassava, grate clean and grate until smooth
- 100 grams of coconut, grated.
- 2 tbsp starch starch
- Salt to taste (as appropriate)
- 1 stalk of leeks, sliced into small pieces.
- 2 Spring onions
- 2 puith cloves
- 250 gram oncom (pounded until smooth)
- 1 stalk of leeks, sliced into small pieces
- pepper powder (to taste, appetizing)
- 3 red chilies (if you are a spicy fan, can add them. But if you don’t like it spicy, you can measure it
- yourself using chili or not)
- ½ tsp of sugar
- Salt (as appropriate)
Ways of making:
- Scrub the water in the cassava grater, drain the water.
- Combine cassava with grated coconut. (knead both)
- Enter the starch, sliced chives and salt. Stir until evenly distributed. Drain again, then dispose of the water.
- Blend the ingredients, namely red chili, white onion, and shallots. Then stir-fry until it smells good. Enter and cook the other ingredients until done. Then lift and set aside.
- The next step is to take the cassava mixture about a handful. Then complete. Add the cooked ingredients (if). Then close the cassava that has been filled again, until the contents are not visible from the outside.
- Fry until cooked, turn brown.
- Combro is ready to serve.
That’s the recipe for how to make a good combro, hopefully it’s useful for you