Balinese Halal Culinary
Balinese Halal Culinary. Chicken Betutu Typical Gilimanuk, Arriving at Ngurah Rai airport, my stomach was very hungry. The plan is that when you arrive in Bali; you will immediately want to taste Gilimanuk’s Khas Betutu Chicken, which is Kuta chili. Actually, if you don’t want to bother with Gilimanuk’s Typical Betutu Chicken; it’s also at the airport, but how come I really wanted to come to the Tuban branch, Kuta area.
It turns out that the one in Kuta is also very close to the airport, about 10 minutes it has arrived at its location. For the Ayam Betutu Khas Gilimanuk the order doesn’t need to be strange because the typical chicken betutu soup, I ordered the size 1/4 2 portions and my child ordered 1/4 fried betutu chicken. There are several choices for the size of the chicken, namely 1, 1/2 and 1/4. Other menus include duck, satay lilit and mixed rice.
This Gilimanuk Typical Betutu Chicken is super spicy, but if it’s spicy like me, then just order the one that’s not spicy. It’s not just spicy, it makes my sweat spill. One portion consists of chicken in soup, plecing kale, chili sauce and peanuts.
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The taste of this typical Gilimanuk Betutu chicken is similar to Lodho chicken from Central Java. Even though it’s coconut milk but it’s not thick, it’s really fresh if you sip it. The punel rice is dipped in sambal matah with sliced onions and peanuts, so delicious. Actually those who like to eat side dishes instead of rice, it is fitting to order a 1/2 tail for 1 person.
This typical Gilimanuk Chicken Betutu Rice is halal, so you don’t need to be afraid for those who don’t eat pork. Besides that, there are so many branches, it seems that there are always in every area in Bali, even in Surabaya. But still the favorite one at the Tuban branch in the Kuta area, which is also near the center of souvenirs like Krishna.
Bu Oki’s Chicken Rice Halal Culinary Stalls
Looking for halal culinary in Bali is not difficult as long as there is an intention; even in the Nusa Dua area that has to pass the toll road there is a halal culinary which is quite famous; namely Warung Nasi Ayam Bu Oki. I even knew that there was Bu Oki’s Chicken Rice because I saw the famous YouTuber Mark Wiens about Balinese Halal Culinary.
It’s not difficult to find Bu Oki’s Chicken Rice Stalls with the help of GPS. The stall is simple with only a few benches. I immediately ordered complete Chicken Rice, the portions are really cheap, Rp. 20,000, –
One portion consists of white rice, half a boiled egg, satay lilit, shredded chicken, chili sauce and fried peanuts. The typical Balinese satay is grated coconut and minced chicken; although the portion of the satay is minimal; it is swallowed right away; but it tastes delicious. The shredded chicken is just right, there is a sweet and savory taste.
For the chili sauce it also tastes reasonable. I also got a separate lawar. Lawar is a Balinese vegetable that contains long beans, grated coconut and also shredded chicken. Anyway, if you go to Bali you haven’t try lawar, chili sauce and twist satay, it will feel like something is missing.
Apart from the Nusa Dua area, Bu Oki Chicken Rice is also in the Jimbaran area. He said that Jimbaran is busier than Nusa Dua, but for the taste it’s the same. For halal culinary references in Bali, namely Warung Mak Beng and Bu Mangku Kedawetan Chicken Rice are also mandatory. (Balinese Halal Culinary)