Tinutuan or Bubur Manado
Start your day by relishing some Bubur Manado for breakfast. This traditional porridge dish is also known as Tinutuan. It is made of sambiki (pumpkin), rice and vegetables like spinach, corn, and gedi leaves. Roa chili, corn fritters, smoked tuna and Brenebon (a red bean soup) are often served as side dishes.
Indulge in Manado’s authentic dish named Mie Cakalang that is full of flavor. Mie Cakalang is a noodle dish made with shredded cakalang (skipjack tuna). Cakalang fish is widely consumed in Manado, and it is often smoked. Be it as a fried noodle or a noodle soup, Mie Cakalang is delicious and is served with some vegetables.
Pisang Goreng and Dabu-Dabu Roa
Try Manado’s Pisang Goreng (fried banana) for light bites. The bananas are thinly sliced and deep fried, and are best to enjoy while they’re still warm. The fried bananas are delicious already, but to add more flavor you can dip it into some Dabu-Dabu Roa (Roa Chili). Then, take a bite and enjoy the sweet and spicy sensation
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