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What is the local food in Bali?
10 typical Balinese foods that are super delicious
The most popular Bali destination in Indonesia. The charm of a million beautiful seas makes Bali never devoid of local and foreign visitors. Not only rich in tourist attractions, the Island of the Gods also has various delicious culinary delights.
One of the popular ones is the Betutu Chicken. Make no mistake, there are still many culinary delights that you must taste while on vacation to Bali. At least, there are 10 Balinese specialties that you must try.
- Satay wrapped
Different from satay in general. Usually the pieces of meat are skewered, but this Balinese satay is made by mashed meat, wrapped around lemongrass or bamboo stalks. The meat used is not only chicken, it can be pork or mackerel.
- Pork roll
Even though this food is not halal for Muslims, it is this food that is much sought after by local or foreign tourists. The meat is tender and the taste is seasoned with Balinese specialties are the culinary targets.
- Nasi jinggo
This jinggo rice is arguably the same as cat rice. The rice is only the size of an adult’s fist, added with shredded chicken, fried noodles, and fried tempeh. The most typical is the sauce, super duper spicy. You won’t be full if you only eat a packet. Guaranteed, you will add more!
- Tepeng rice
The typical food from Gianyar is served quite mushy like porridge. The mushy rice is complemented with long beans, red beans, young jackfruit, eggplant, Moringa leaves, and grated coconut. There are also eggs and shredded chicken. Moreover, coupled with a splash of Balinese spices, add to the delicacy of this one tepeng rice.
- Sate plecing
The plecing seasoning consists of cayenne pepper, tomatoes, salt, shrimp paste, and lime juice. It’s spicy, savory and slightly salty. The satay is not only from chicken, but there are fish and pork. Which one do you want to choose?
- Chicken tum
This tum is a kind of pepes, made from a mixture of chicken meat, various spices, and coconut milk. All the mixture of these ingredients is wrapped in banana leaves, then steamed. If you are bored with chicken, eat duck and other things too.
This food containing liver, skin and meat is usually served during religious events. The meat used can be chicken, duck, or pork.
- Rujak bulung and rujak kuah pindang
You will feel a spicy sensation after tasting the manga slices with a mixture of pindang sauce and super spicy chili. Not only mangoes, you can also replace them with other fruits or seaweed. In Bali, seaweed salad using pindang sauce is called rujak bulung. Good luck!
- Sate kakul
Sate kakul is the same as clam satay. Before being burned, this clam satay will be flavored with plecing. This is what makes the taste special and super.
This mixture of vegetables and minced meat with Balinese spices will be more delicious if eaten with white rice that is still warm. With satay, it will be even more delicious. Hhmmm … delicious!
Now that’s all I can explain, hopefully what I have explained above can be understood by you and if you are still confused you can contact us below!
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