- From Indonesian orang Betawi ("people of Batavia"), from Indonesian orang ("man”, “person") and Dutch Batavia (Wiktionary)
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“In upscale restaurants gado-gado Betawi is usually served in small portions as an appetizer or a side dish.”
“Ondel-ondel is a large doll that is about ± 2.5 m with a diameter of ± 80 cm, made of woven bamboothat is displayed in celabrations by the Betawi people in Indonesia.”
“David Hagerman for The Wall Street Journal Two other sweets at Kafe Betawi: cremas, made of cassava and palm sugar, and the rolled cookie sembrun, whose ingredients include coconut milk and sesame seeds.”
“Ethnic groups: Javanese 40.6%, Sundanese 15%, Madurese 3.3%, Minangkabau 2.7%, Betawi 2.4%, Bugis 2.4%, Banten 2%, Banjar 1.7%, other or unspecified 29.9% (2000 census)”
“The Setting Gado-gado Betawi is traditionally a street food, proffered from Jakarta's ubiquitous warungs”
“A number of Jakarta street foods that carry the Betawi suffix, including gado-gado Betawi and sup Betawi, a spicy beef soup made with coconut and milk, came from this subset of Indonesian people.”
“The Judgment The dressing of a first-class gado-gado Betawi must walk a fine flavor balance.”
“In Jakarta, where it's known as gado-gado Betawi, the dish is made with cooked vegetables and bean curd or tempeh”
“The Sources Kafe Betawi The version served at this pleasant cafe, one of a chain specializing in Betawi dishes, is lighter and less sweet than others, thanks to a sauce that incorporates cashews as well as peanuts.”
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