When it comes to food, Indonesia is definitely one of the world’s best. The tasty and diverse dishes that we can never get enough of.
And while we all love the country’s timeless gourmet classics like Beef Rendang, Crispy Duck, and Babi Guling, Indonesian street food is the true star of the show. These are delicious and satisfying favourites to delight both the palate and the tummy.
These quick, ready-to-eat meals and snacks are sold everywhere – in the markets, street-side in warung, rombong or gerobak, and in cafés. The number one favourite here is, of course, Bakso, a mouthwatering bowl of seasoned meatballs served piping hot in aromatic bone broth. We can enjoy it with boiled egg, crispy fried wonton, vermicelli, and vegetables.
While the more common Bakso is made of beef or chicken, you can also switch it up and enjoy a dish of fish bakso or fish balls. It is also called bakso ikan. Fish is used in Shumai and Batagor, traditional steamed fish dumplings served with peanut sauce and sambal.
Streetside Dim Sum
Streetside Dim Sum is also taking off here in Bali, especially with the younger generation. Steamed and fried fish balls in all shapes, sizes and flavours are sold in baskets and served warm and fresh. They make really tasty and convenient snacks!
There are hundreds of delicious, irresistible street foods that are available throughout Indonesia. But if you can’t get to your favourite gerobak or warung anytime soon, why not try making your own Indonesian street food at home using frozen fish balls from Puri Pangan?
With a smooth and springy texture, fish balls by CEDEA will be a lovely finishing touch to your dishes. They come in a wide variety of flavours including Takoyaki, Fish, Fish with Chili, Fish with Vegetables, Squid, Fish With Prawns, Prawns and Crab and so much more.
These fish balls would taste amazing in homemade noodle soups, vegetable stir-fries and in porridge. We can steam or even fried and eat on its own. Many people love adding them into Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng too, for an added boost in flavour and texture.
If you’re running a business here in Bali selling street food like bakso, soups and dim sum. Then be sure to order your fish balls from Puri Pangan Utama.
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