Ruku-ruku leaves, or holy basil, can be hard to find outside West Sumatra. Basil is a good substitute because these herbs are in the same family, and the aroma is similar.
Clean the brain in a container of water. Discard veins with a toothpick to clean.
Boil water together sliced turmeric. Enter the brain, brain cook until hardened. Lift. Tiris. Cut into six sections. Set aside.
Knead mangkokan leaves with salt. Let stand 5 minutes until wilted, wash and drain.
Boil coconut milk together with galangal, lemongrass, turmeric leaves and lime leaves. Bring to a boil while stirring occasionally so as not to break the coconut milk. Enter your brain slices.
When milk boils again, add the basil leaves and kandis acid. Reduce the heat, add chopped mangkokan, season with salt to taste. Continue cooking while stirring occasionally until the milk a little greasy. Lift. Serve. Reviews