Food Guide in Bali, Here Are Our Recommendations

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Individualbali.com – Bali is an island full of pleasant experiences because it has a very diverse range of offerings, no wonder Bali has been a popular destination on many platforms.

In addition to its stunning natural beauty and rich culture, Bali also has many delicious foods to be enjoyed during your stay. From a variety of dishes to a variety of cooking methods, there’s something for everyone to savor.

Through this article, we want to share some recommendations for you, a lover of local cuisine who is currently in Bali. However, it is important to note that Bali is an island in Indonesia with a majority Hindu population, so some of the foods we will recommend are non-halal.

Babi Guling

Babi Guling is a food with a high level of popularity in Bali. It is very easy to find a place to eat that serves Babi Guling in Bali, from home businesses to large-scale restaurants.

Babi Guling is a pork dish with a blend of genep spices or base genep, where base genep is the result of a blend of several spices. What makes Babi Guling unique is the cooking process, which is “rolled” or placed over embers and then rolled to even out the cooking level of the Babi Guling.

The skin of Babi Guling is the part that is most popular with some Babi Guling lovers, and not infrequently many Babi Guling stalls offer Babi Guling skin with a fairly large portion.

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Nasi Babi Guling (Photo: Reveal Bali)

Babi Genyol

Babi Genyol is a non-halal dish made from pork. This food is a processed pork fat that gives this food a chewy texture. Be Genyol is usually served with rice, then with additional Lawar and Kuah Balung, which adds to the enjoyment of Be Genyol.

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Babi Genyol (PhotoL Kintamani.id)

Serombotan Klungkung

Serombotan is a dish made from various vegetables such as spinach, long beans, bean sprouts, bitter melon, or other vegetables. The vegetables are then mixed with the characteristic seasoning of serombotan.

In terms of taste, serombotan has a spicy and addictive taste. Because it is a vegetable dish, Serombotan can be one of the alternative diet menus.

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Serombotan Klungkung (Photo: Nawacitapost)

Blayag Singaraja

Blayag is a dish consisting of tipat blayag, beans or soybeans, coconut milk and chicken broth and vegetables. Blayag has a savory taste with a little spiciness, making this food has a delicious and addictive taste.

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Blayag Singaraja (Photo: Jalanmelali.com)

Conclusion

Above are some recommendations for typical Balinese foods that are recommended by us. Enjoy.

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