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Abon Ikan Tenggiri

Abon ikan tenggiri or mackerel fish fibers is a traditional food based on mackerel fish by the people of Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua Province, Indonesia, where most of the area is sea and fishermen catch mackerel which is very abundant. Food is generally eaten as a side dish to eat rice, but can also be eaten directly as a snack.

Xvlor Abon ikan tenggiri is processed mackerel fish by Raja Ampat people Abon ikan tenggiri is processed mackerel fish by Raja Ampat people

Abon tenggiri in general has a sweet taste-salty-savory and this food is favored by the travelers who visit the Raja Ampat Islands. The residents, especially at Limalas Village on Misool Timur processed mackerel fish catch by fishermen starting from separating bones from fish meat, pounding, flavoring, cooking and being abon to pack.

These very simple ingredients are mackerel fish and thick coconut milk, while the spices are galangal, lemon grass, salt, cane sugar, onion, garlic, red chili and cooking oil for frying on the fire and will form like fibers

Fish mackerel boiled and disarmed all bones. Meat smoothed together with coconut milk and spices. The dough is fried in oil and dried, although it can be eaten without waiting for cold. The color of this food is tanned and has a savory taste.

These foods are stored in jars or airtight packaging. Travelers do not just buy products from these mackerel shredds in ready-to-eat packages, they can also watch the process of making by Papuan mothers in Kampung Limalas. Abon ikan tenggiri is processed mackerel fish by Raja Ampat people

Xvlor Abon ikan tenggiri is processed mackerel fish by Raja Ampat people

Location: Raja Ampat Regency, West Papua Province

Routes and public transport: Marinda Airport at Waisai city on Waigeo Island.

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