Unique Facts : 3 Most Appetizing Dish From Southeast Asia
Unique Facts. Southeast Asia is the land of diverse and fascinating culture culinary crossroads that forms based on the geographic, you may find the decent till the weirdest food in these countries. From the fusion amongst Chinese, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and other countries, Southeast Asian dish serve you food with lots of interesting taste palate.
Food can be sweet, sour, salty, spicy, and bitter that build a complex flavors that are formed from the herb and spices that are mostly found around the geographic landscape.
The ideal Southeast Asian meal is usually made up of rice, vegetables, broth, with a variety kind of protein. If you are planning to travel around, you will experience it yourself how delightful local foods are and surprisingly-cheap.
The food listed below are some of the top must-try dishes you'll find throughout Southeast Asia.
1. Nasi Padang from Indonesia
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It's a dish originated from West Sumatra of Indonesia that are famous as a traditional food of the Minangkabau people. Nasi which means rice and Padang which is the name of the capital city of West Sumatra province, serves its meal with a complete set of rice with choices of protein. But the key of the dish is the three kind of spicy chili sauce that looked like a thick curry, that is poured on top of it all.
2. Adobo from Philippines
Adobo is one of the most widely popular and comforting dishes of Filipinos. It is a cooking process in Filipino cuisine that involves meat, vegetables that are marinated in vinegar, soy sauce plus other choices of spice and then it's simmered in the marinade. This process dates back to the Pre-Hispanic Period, where it is very likely that Filipinos could have been cooking meat in vinegar for preservation.
3. Ambuyat from Brunei
Ambuyat is a national cuisine of from Brunei, where they use the interior trunk of the sago palm as the star of the dish. It is quite similar to the dish from Indonesia called Papeda. Usually, because of its texture that is slimy, the dish should be eaten with a bamboo specialize-shape fork and you have to take it by rolling the starch around the fork then dip it into the sauce.