Jakarta, IO – Indonesian-style delicious iftar snacks to break the fast is not only enjoyed by Indonesian people, but also the British. This can be seen when Indonesian foods become a favorite menu at the Open Iftar event at Broadgate Exchange Square, Liverpool Street, London, Sunday (24/4).
Under the theme “Everyone is a Friend”, hundreds of British and Indonesian nationals enjoyed Indonesian culinary delights such as Balinese-style seasoned chicken, oseng-oseng (stir-fried tempeh), rendang beef, pastels, dumplings, to risoles (fried spring rolls). The foods were donated by the Indonesian communities there, including from PBML, Annisaa Rebana London, and Muslimat al-Washliyah UK.
“They (foreigners) really enjoy Indonesian delicacies. They asked how to make dumplings and what the ingredients are,” said Afrahul Fadhilah of the London Quran Study Group (PBML), as reported by Antara, Friday (29/4).