Serombotan is well-known as one of Balinese specialties that is cheap and simple.
This food uses vegetables as its main ingredient. Vegetables that are usually used are bean sprouts, long beans, kale and bitter melon.
The spices used in making this food are red chili, garlic, and shallots.
Serombotan is served together with grated coconut that has been roasted, so it has a distinctive savory aroma. In enjoying serombotan, usually people eat it together with rice or diamond.
Serombotan can be found around Bali with prices starting from Rp. 3,000 per portion.
Sela rice is a typical Balinese food in the form of white rice mixed with sweet potatoes that are cut into small pieces.
Butted rice is usually served as a substitute for ordinary white rice because this rice has a distinctive taste that is different because there is a mixture of sweet potatoes.
Spices for making interrupted rice include rice and sweet potatoes such as cassava or red yam. Butted rice is also usually served together with a variety of side dishes such as sambal, lawar, and fried chicken.
Price per serving of interrupted rice starts from Rp. 5,000.
Maybe many people from outside Bali do not know about this food. Blenderg is a typical Balinese food that has shapes like pecel and gado-gado, but does not use peanut sauce as its sauce.
Spices used in this food include shallots, turmeric, lemongrass, and chicken broth for the broth, and various kinds of vegetables such as kale, bean sprouts, and shredded chicken as the filling.
What is unique from the Blayag tipat is the use of diamond or rice cake in its presentation.
The price of tipat blayag is very affordable, enough to pay starting from Rp. 8,000 we can enjoy it.
If previously there was a lot of heavy food on the menu, this time the food with the name lak-lak is a lighter or arguably snack.
Lakak is a typical Balinese food in the form of a small cake with a size approximately the size of a bottle cap. In general, lacquer is white and is made from a mixture of rice flour and coconut milk which can also be given natural dyes such as pandanus.
Lakak is usually served with grated coconut on top and served while still warm.
The price of a man is quite cheap, starting from Rp. 2,000 per piece.
This typical Balinese food is suitable served as a breakfast menu because it has a nice and warm taste.
Bubuh Bubur is a typical Balinese porridge made from coconut milk and rice which is cooked until it is mixed in a smooth manner. Porridge of porridge is served with thick chicken broth and shredded chicken and additionally of vegetable ointment served separately.
The results of the broth mix produce a mixture of tasty and spicy cumplit flavors and fresh vegetable ointment.
This porridge is widely sold around Bali with prices per serving starting from Rp. 8,000
Bali has many foods made from vegetables with a distinctive taste. One of them is this cantok tipat.
Tipat cantok is a typical Balinese food in the form of a mixture of boiled vegetables served with rhombus and peanut sauce.
It is similar to pecel and gado-gado, but what is typical of this cantok tipat is the stirring process which is carried out on the uleg or cantok.
This food can be found in all regions of Bali with prices starting from Rp. 7,000 per portion.
Bulung Kuah Pindang
This food is a typical Balinese food in the form of rujak bulung (seaweed) which is served mixed with various special spices.
Typical spices used include cayenne pepper, salt and fresh boiled gravy. What is special about this food is of course the presence of seaweed that is used as an ingredient. This seaweed can also be added with a mixture of grated coconut, shrimp paste and diamond.
This food is suitable to be eaten during hot weather because it can be refreshing and as a release of hunger because it can also be eaten with rice and rhombus.
Pungang bulung broth is usually sold at prices starting from Rp. 7,000 per portion.