Ketoprak Jakarta is a vegetarian dish consists of fried tofu, lontong (rice steamed in a banana leaf), sliced cabbage and cucumber, bihun (thin rice vermicelli), bean sprouts, served in peanut sauce, topped with krupuk and fried shallots. The peanut sauce is made from ground peanut and palm sugar made into a thick paste, mixed with garlic, chili pepper, salt and also kecap manis (sweet soy sauce). It is sold in individual portions from small stalls or carts along the street. Customers may request that the dish be mild, medium or spicy. Sometimes, hard boiled egg might be added.
Ketoprak is a typical street-food. It was originally popular around the Jakarta area but has spread throughout Java.
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