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Cuisine styles in Bali – get the cutlery ready!

Bali, a wondrous city and an amazing location for all things culture, food, and experiences. Let’s look at some of the best cuisines to try here.

Nasi Gooreng

Nasi Gooreng | Image Credit : Lord Mountbatten, Nasi goreng-1, CC BY-SA 3.0

Nasi Goreng

One of the most iconic dishes found in all of Indonesia, Nasi Goreng is a stir-fried rice dish that is complemented with various spices such as garlic, tamarind, and sweet or chilli soy sauce.

Satay

Found in most Hotels in Kuta, Satay consists of spiced meat that is barbecued or grilled and served on a skewer. Chicken, mutton, and pork are the most popular amongst both locals and tourists.

Gado Gado

A dish that works both as a main dish as well as a side, Gado Gado is a vegetable salad that is covered in a mouthwatering peanut sauce. You’ll come across two variations, one with raw vegetables and one with cooked vegetables.

Bubur Sumsum

When you’re staying at a resort like Holiday Inn Resort Baruna Bali, don’t forget to explore the city and seek out Bubur Sumsum. This delicious sweet delicacy is often eaten as a snack or a breakfast option. Served hot, this dish is made with black and white glutinous rice that is then flavoured with coconut cream and slices of banana.

Fritzjames Stephen is a travel writer, who writes content based on the myriad of experiences and indulgences that the world has to offer travellers across all walks of life. Google+


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