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Maldivian Cuisine – Delectable Culinary Treats

The Maldives is regarded as being one of the world’s most attractive holiday destinations. However, you will also find distinctive cuisine in the Maldives that are also worth trying out.

 

Bis Keemiya

 

The delectable bis keemiya is a Maldivian treat that will undoubtedly appeal to the food lover. It can perhaps be described as a blend of a curry puff, a spring roll and a samosa; if you can imagine a food that combines the positive qualities of each of these, you will have some idea of what a bis keemiya is.

Boshi Mashuni

 

Boshi mashuni is a Maldivian speciality that can be translated as a salad made with banana flowers. Boshi mashuni can perhaps be described as a culinary preparation that falls somewhere between a salsa and a salad.

 

Garudhiya

 

The well-known garudhiya, which is a fragrant soup of fish, is very much a must-try food for visitors to the Maldives. In fact, if you like the dashi or miso that you will find in Japanese cuisine you are very likely to enjoy garudhiya as well. As you savour Maldivian foods a choice of accommodation that you may consider would be Anantara Dhigu Maldives Resort which offers some of the best Maldives restaurants in the country.

 

Saagu Bondibai

 

The exquisite saagu bondibai or Maldivian sago pudding is a dessert that all visitors to the Maldives should take the opportunity to sample. Sago is a popular food item in the Maldives, with the locals including it liberally in their recipes. Maldivians obtain their sago from the spongy middles of the stems of tropical palms.

 

Caleb Falcon is a travel writer who specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers. Google+


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