The Best of Maldivian Cuisine – Giving your taste buds the treat of their lives

Delicious! It is the perfect word that goes along with Maldivian food lore. You will simply be at a loss when you have to pick the very best of the Maldivian cuisine.

 

Mashuni

 

Ask anyone even a foreigner about Mashuni. They will tell you what it is. For Mashuni is the commonest breakfast you will come across in the Maldives. This delicacy has flourished decades owing to its spicy taste emanating from the smoked tuna dish with coconut.

 

 

DhonRiha

 

DhonRiha literally means fair curry. It is a white fish curry with a coconut milk base, and a number of spices to give it a unique flavour. If you are in this country on a romantic holiday, ensure to reserve your stay in a resort that offers private dining in Maldives the likes of Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort which serves these best of Maldivian cuisine.

 

 

Garudhiya

 

This is a flavoursome fish broth that is served with rice, onions, chilli and lime. It’s a fabulous comfort food and the broth is quite wholesome.

 

DhonkeyoKajuru

 

This is another dessert that is unique to Maldives. Although it appears like your average banana fritter, the Maldivian twist comes from the addition of coconut to the coating. Thus, it is best of both the worlds, the beloved bananas enveloped in a taste of Maldives.

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The Taste and Tradition of Thai Cuisine – Delectable Dishes from Thailand

Any foodie will know that Thai food is packed with flavours and spices that will make you drool and crave for more.

 

Rice and Noodles

 

Rice and noodles are the main dishes that’s served with almost every meal. Mung bean noodles, wheat flour noodles, rice noodles are some of the most common types of noodles used in Thai dishes. Sticky Jasmine rice made from long grains are commonly used.

 

Seafood

 

Thai people love their seafood as compared to meat, mostly because fish is easily accessible since there are numerous waterways which are teeming with fish species. Some of the best seafood dishes are served at a Koh Phangan restaurant, due to its close proximity to the ocean.

 

Vegetables and Fruits

 

Vegetables and fruits are often complementarily used in local dishes. Unlike western culture, vegetables and fruits are not served at any particular time of your meal. A famous dessert item is the mango sticky rice.

 

Meat and Poultry

 

Duck and pork are some of the most famous types of meat sold at street stalls and dining restaurants. Chicken and beef are also commonly served at restaurants around Thailand. Enrol in a cooking class held at Anantara Rasananda Koh Phangan Villas, to learn the art of making Thai delicacies.

 

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Where and What to Eat in Seychelles – The Essential Eats of a Tropical Paradise

The Republic of Seychelles, located off the eastern coast of Africa is a truly unique nation. As a result of being in the Indian Ocean yet close to Africa, this nation has a very unique food culture.

The Basics of Seychelles Cuisine

 

The food of this nation is known as ‘Creole cuisine’, and is the amalgamation of French, African, British, Indian and Chinese influences. The two most common ingredients that are utilised throughout Creole dishes are fish and chilli. Due to their lush tropical nature, these dishes tend to always have fresh ingredients.

 

Snacks and Unique Dishes

 

Shark chutney is an iconic delicacy in Seychelles, and is full of tropical flavours. Octopus salad is a staple appetiser that is a general precedent to main dishes.

 

Fresh Seafood Delicacies

 

Grilled Red Snapper marinated in ginger and garlic served with salad and rice is greatly recommended. Tuna steaks that have been lightly fried in garlic butter and served with Creole sauce are another indulgent icon of Creole cuisine. These are sure to be staples in Seychelles restaurants, ranging from cafes to upscale eateries situated in resorts such as AVANI Seychelles Barbarons Resort & Spa.

 

Desserts and Drinks

 

Carotte Bananas are an exotic sweet-snack and involve bananas coated in honey and vanilla wrapped in banana-leaves and sun-dried. There are many liqueurs and alcoholic beverages such as Calou (a palm wine), Bacca (sugarcane liquor), and coco d’amour (a coconut liqueur) to sample as well.

 

 

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