Lawar is an evenly-seasoned mix of vegetables and minced meat originating from Bali. This food is commonly served in households in Bali or sold widely in restaurants as Balinese lawar. Lawar is made from chopped meat, vegetables, a number of herbs and coconut. Sometimes in some types of lawar given an element that can add to the taste of lawar that is the blood from the flesh itself. The blood is mixed with certain herbs so that it adds to the delicious lawar. Lawar itself can not last long if these foods are left in the open air only lasts half a day.
The name varies, usually based on the type of meat used or the type of vegetables. If what is used is pork, the resulting lawar is called pork lawar. There is also a name based on the color of the lawar lawar red if the color of the lawar is red, the white lawar if the color of the white lawar and there is a lawar named padarare, which is a kind of lawar made from a mixture of several types of lawar. Lawar served as rice friends with other types of side dishes.
Komoh is a processed Balinese kakhas made from finely chopped meat, seasoned, then brewed with hot water. The minced brewed water is then filled with fresh blood, filled with enough salt. To consume komoh, you must use a cup or soup bowl, by blowing (drinking directly from the bowl). If you used to use your bowl (coconut shell).
3. Sate Lilit
Unlike the satay in general. Usually the pieces of meat are skewered, but this typical Balinese satay is made by smoothing the meat, wrapped around the leaf stalks of lemongrass or bamboo stalks. The meat used is not just chicken, it can be pork or mackerel.
Tum is a type of pepes, made from a mixture of chicken or pork, various spices, and coconut milk. All mixtures of these ingredients are wrapped in banana leaves, then steamed. If you get bored with chicken meat, tum can also be served with duck and other meat, really.
5. Kuah Balung
Kuah Balung is one of the delicious dishes originating from Bali. This dish is made from beef or pork ribs combined with special spices so as to produce a delicious and delicious taste guaranteed to shake your tongue.
Urutan is a traditional Balinese sausage which is a type of side dish made from the intestine and meat and seasonings. The texture of the sequence is that the surface is not smooth and the length of the Balinese sequence sometimes reaches 2 meters depending on the length of the intestine used, and is shaped like a spiral.
7. Rujak Kuah Pindang
You will feel the spicy sensation after tasting the manga slices with a super spicy mixture of boiled soup and chili. Not only mangoes, you can also replace them with other fruit or seaweed. In Bali, seaweed salad using boiled sauce is called rujak bulung.