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How to Make Tinutuan Porridge Typical Manado

International Menu - Still discussing about rice-based dishes, this time we will create a very interesting porridge called Tinutuan Porridge or Manado Porridge. Tinutuan is a typical Indonesian dish originating from Manado, North Sulawesi. However, some people think that this tinutuan came from the Minahasa area. Tinutuan itself is a mixture of various kinds of vegetables, without containing meat or animal elements. In its place of origin, this porridge is used as a social dish between community groups in Manado. Generally, this tinutuan is served for breakfast with a lot of complementary materials. To see other porridge dishes, you can look at the cuisine dish Assorted Porridge .

There is no history that can explain the word tinutuan itself, even since when tinutuan became a typical Manado dish is also not clearly known. However, some people explain that tinutuan has started to grow and be traded in several places in Manado city since the 1970s, there are also those who say that tinutuan has been known since the 1980s. However, despite several versions regarding the existence of this tinutuan, since the reign of the head of the place for the period 2005-2010, the motto of the city of Manado has changed from Wisdom to Tinutuan. During that period, the local government determined that Wakeke, located in Wenang sub-district, was a tourist location for tinutuan cuisine.

Well for those of you who like cooking or How to Make Manado Special Tinutuan Porridge in the following article. Let's see together.

Ingredients :
  • 300 grams of rice (washed thoroughly)
  • 1.7 liters of water
  • 2 bay leaves
  • 1 lemongrass stalk (crushed or crushed)
  • 400 ml thick coconut milk
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons salt
  • 200 grams pumpkin (cut into cubes)
  • 200 grams sweet potato (cut into cubes)
  • 2 corn cobs graceful (combed with a knife)
  • 150 grams spinach (weeded)
  • 75 grams of melinjo leaves
  • 5 sprigs basil leaves (take the leaves only)
How to Make Tinutuan Porridge Typical Manado:
  1. Boil rice using water along with bay leaves and lemongrass until soft, then add coconut milk and salt, then stir until smooth and let it boil again. Next, add the pumpkin and sweet potato pieces, stir again. Let it sit for a while until the pumpkin and sweet potato are cooked.
  2. Next, add sweet corn, spinach leaves and melinjo leaves, stir again until blended. Continue to cook on low heat until the mixture thickens. Also add the basil leaves, stir briefly, remove and serve while still hot or warm.
Now, we have successfully made the typical Manado tinutuan porridge. We hope that the porridge you make is according to your taste. The ingredients provided to make the porridge above can be served as much as 4 servings of food. In conclusion, we always say good luck and always be creative.

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