Best Breakfast in Bali to Ditch Your Regular Pancake with

best breakfast in Bali an article by the top bali villas management

If you’re looking for a new way to enjoy breakfast, the Balinese way, stay tuned with Bali Villas R Us. Read more best breakfast in Bali to ditch your regular pancake with in the following. The good thing is you might turn out digging it.

It is always a nice idea to mingle with the culture and lifestyle of the destination you’re traveling to. This might mean exposing and adjusting your palate to suit the local’s taste. Also, doesn’t it feel bland to have your breakfast view similar to the meal you have on a daily basis in your hometown? You’re traveling for an adventure, it won’t hurt for you to try different breakfast ideas right? Although people in the urban areas are familiar with foreign breakfast choices like bread, pancake, waffle accompanied by a glass of milk or smoothie, Balinese has their ways to lighten their mood in the morning.

Breakfast for Productivity

Balinese love their breakfast time as much as everyone in every corner of the globe. When they do, they can go for light even heavy meals in the morning. It depends on their preference. The point is they have filled their belly with enough food to ensure they can perform their best work afterwards.

Best Breakfast in Bali – Traditional Balinese Snacks

Snacks for breakfast in Bali? Well, most of the time, they’re happy with half glass of warm black coffee or tea accompanied by authentic local snacks made of flour with fillings. They’re fantastic combination to have in the morning. Most luxurious hotels and Bali villas rental are inspired by this in form of afternoon tea. It is not the typical snacks you’d often find in marts but you’ll find the sellers easily in the local markets or the street sides. You’ll see feast of laklak, pisang rai, timus, lukis, klepon, and many others. You can mix all the snacks in but if you like one of them, you can just say it to the seller and you can have one type of your preference.

The base dough for Balinese snacks is quite similar to one another. They are made of rice flour, salt, coconut milk, some might use glutinous rice flour as well.  The authentic green color is achieved naturally from pandan leaf water or suji leaf water. Their overall flavors are sweet and savory at the same time. This is because of the sprinkles of palm sugar liquid and grated coconuts create the flavor bomb harmonious and tasty.

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Bubuh Sumsum

This is the alternative you can opt for if you’re craving something for breakfast in Bali other than the traditional snacks above. It is rice flour porridge that comes in three different variations. One being plain and this enhances the flavor of the rice flour even more. Meanwhile, the others are in beautiful green display with pandan taste and the last one is pretty sweet containing brown sugar. The last touch will be the grated coconuts and especially for the two variants of the plain and the green one requires sprinkles of brown sugar liquid to achieve the sweetness.

Best Breakfast in Bali – Savory Options

Strong intense flavor meals to start the day? No worries, Balinese can handle it. These selections can be discovered either the local markets or street sides.

Bubuh Bali

Bubuh Bali is rice porridge that is rich in unquestionable local taste. The sellers serve it with side dishes of vegetables contained in lawar, savory coconut broth, and drop a handful of fried peanuts and a fried combination of onion and garlic. It’s perfect to devour it together with local chips.

Nasi Kuning/Nasi Jinggo

Don’t be surprised that local also enjoy Nasi Kuning or Nasi Jinggo as their breakfast selection. They are the simpler version of bento in Japan that comes in smaller size as well. You can get them each for Rp5.000. Basically, they are rice packed in paper food containers with condiments like fried noodles, sautéed vegetables, shredded chicken, sweet soy sauce tempeh and tofu, peanuts, and sambal. The only distinctive point is just the rice cooking method. Yellow rice in Nasi Kuning is the result of turmeric and coconut milk mix to replace water. Therefore, the rice in Nasi Kuning has savory delicious taste.

Can You Mention Other Local Breakfast Options aside from Bali Villas R Us’ Selections above?

The options for the best breakfast in Bali are endless out there and it will be such a waste if you miss out on the authentic local cuisines in paradise.

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