10 must-try dishes in Southeast Asia
1. Nasi Goreng - Indonesia
Nasi goreng, literally meaning "fried rice" in Indonesian and their neighbor - Malay, which looks very alike fried rice of Vietnam but having a different flavor. Raw materials including rice, eggs, vegetables and sauces and spices like soy, onion and ginger.
A special fried rice recipe of Indonesian
2. Sinigang – Philippines
This is the sour soup you shouldn’t miss in Manila. The soup includes cubed pork belly, radish, water spinach, taro root, snake beans, tomatoes, onions and are cooked in a clay pot with a special sour fruit - the tamarind, which make the flavor very distinctive.
3. Spicy Crab - Singapore
Singapore island known for many kinds of food, but do not forget to enjoy a delicious spicy crab, which is extremely attractive by the processing of spices. Raw seafood, tamarind, tomato, ginger and onion are main ingredients for the dish, making it very eye-catching and attractive thank to the red ingredients. But you should be aware that the spicy crab dish is only suitable for those who eat spicy because it is made with lots of chili.
It tastes a bit spicy
4. Coffee - Vietnam
It is too popular in Vietnam, so that it can be found from luxury shops to affordable sidewalks coffee shops. Vietnam café is the perfect combination between the aromatic sweetness of the condensed milk and the coffee bitter.
Travelers should at least once try café in Vietnam
5. Green Tea Salad - Myanmar
These foods will surely surprise any diners because of its impressive presentation, especially the fresh vegetables. However the most impressive part of the dish is the green tea. In Myanmar and many other countries, tea is considered as being a healthy drink, so this dish attractive anyone by the perfect combination.
A delicious and healthy look of Green Tea Salad
6. Halo-Halo - Philippines
Halo Halo is a popular Filipino dessert with mixtures of shaved ice and evaporated milk to which are added various boiled sweet beans, jello and fruits. In particular, a bit of shaved ice servers as a foundation in a large bowl, then it is flavored with pieces of fruit, syrup, green beans, cream, jelly and pearl, you will not be able to forget this wonderful flavor.
7. Nasi Lemak - Malaysia
The dish is consisting of very simple ingredients such as steamed rice, boiled eggs, peanuts, dried fish, and cucumber. But this is a very popular and preferred breakfast dish in Malaysia. This is because that rice is cooked with coconut milk and pandan leaves, bringing to Nasi Lemak a delightful aroma.
Nasi Lemak will be perfect little spicy sauce
8. Papaya salad
Green papaya salad is a spicy salad made from shredded unripe papaya. It has the origin from Laos, but this green papaya salad presents in almost all of Southeast Asian countries. Each place will have different ways of processing and additional spices, to make up the difference. You should definitely try this traditional dish throughout SEA countries.
9. Mango sticky rice -Thailand
This dish is addictive to customers through a perfect mixture. Sweet taste of ripe mango is added to well-cooked sticky rice together with greasy coconut milk and a few sesame seeds will make you never forget it.
Mango sticky rice is a signature dish from Thailand
10. Amok Trey - Cambodia
Amok Trey or steamed curried fish is a traditional dish of Cambodian cuisine. This dish is usually steamed and served in a banana leaf with a little coconut cream on top and accompanied by a little bit of the Khmer spices.