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If you talk about Bali, you definitely won’t go too far from the beauty of its beaches, the night clubs that are scattered in almost every corner of the city or the instagrammable cafes. It’s not wrong that Bali is the most popular holiday destination. But you know, Balinese cuisine is no less iconic and what do you say! Contrary to the idea that a holiday in Bali requires spending a lot of money, you can try almost all the Balinese specialties recommended by Nusatrip at very affordable prices. Come on, let’s discuss further, what are the culinary delights?

1. Balinese Mixed Rice

Speaking of Balinese delicacies, Nasi Campur Bali is one of the most frequently “hunted” by travellers. As the name suggests, nasi campur (also known as nasi rames) is basically rice with various side dishes and vegetables. Well, for Nasi Campur Bali, what is usually served is rice and minced meat, lawar or urap and sate lilit. Sometimes it also comes with hard-boiled egg pieces and fried peanuts. Don’t forget the chili sauce too!

2. Chicken Betutu

Ayam Betutu is a culinary specialty of Gilimanuk, in the form of chicken cooked for a long time with hot spices, resulting in a tender and spicy chicken dish. This typical food is one that you cannot miss during a holiday in Bali, especially for those of you who love spicy food. Even though it is originally from Gilimanuk, you can find betutu chicken in many places in Bali island, especially in touristic areas like South Bali guys.

3. Satiate Lilit

Sate Lilit is another Balinese food that is quite unique because the meat used is minced first, then wrapped around a skewer by a bamboo stick or even a lemongrass stalk! It tastes incredibly good and is one of the other Balinese culinary delights that you really must enjoy while on holiday in Bali. Like lawar and sambal matah, Sate Lilit is also very easy to find especially in mixed rice stalls. You can even enjoy it in restaurants like Bebek Tepi Sawah or Bebek Bengil in Ubud.

4. Rujak Kuah Pindang

Rujak is not typical Balinese food, but rujak with pindang sauce? This is typical! This Rujak Kuah Pindang is somewhat unique because it is not served with the usual rujak seasoning, but with a tuna pindang sauce which is spiced up. The filling is like usual rujak, like slices of young mango or other fruit. Wow, are you curious about the unique taste?

5. Nasi Tepeng

At first glance, Nasi Tepeng looks like plain mixed rice. Usually served with young jackfruit, fried chicken, long beans or egg and wrapped in banana leaves. But there’s something unique about the preparation and presentation of the rice: nasi tepeng is made with coconut milk and spices like turmeric, bay leaves, and salt. Then, after it is served, the tepeng rice will be sprinkled with special spices and grated coconut. Newly outfitted with side dishes. Uniquely, the texture of tepeng rice is not hard like uduk rice, but soft. This typical food is from Gianyar, so if you go to Gianyar, for example, when you visit Bali Safari Parkyou can even do this while hunting Nasi Tepeng!

6. Tipat Blajag

Tipat Blayag is a Balinese food of Buleleng, diamond shape made from palm leaves or palm leaves then served with urap, shredded chicken, boiled egg or even sate lilit. Then this mixture is poured with a special sauce.

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