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Mie cakalang

Mie cakalang or skipjack tuna noodle is a traditional soup dish by Manadolese in Manado, North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, using the main ingredients of noodles and skipjack tuna (Katsuwonus pelamis). "Mie" have the meaning of noodle and "cakalang" is the language used Minahasa people for skipjack tuna.

Mie cakalang are noodle soup and skipjack tuna slices enriched with vegetables and spices to be served hot in a bowl and usually include a spicy sauce or sambal. This cuisine has a strong aroma and is very popular in Manado as well as in North Sulawesi more broadly.

Xvlor Mie cakalang or skipjack tuna noodle is dish by Manadolese

Tuna is very abundant in North Sulawesi as it is throughout Indonesia where the ancestors created a variety of culinary works based on seafood. Similarly, the wet tropical climate where spice plants grow easily and enrich the dishes to be full of flavor.

Mie cakalang using fresh skipjack tuna, but can also use cakalang fufu (smoked skipjack tuna). Other ingredients are noodles, green mustard, red onion, fried onion and cooking oil. The sauce consists of water, garlic, salt and pepper powder, while the sambal is made from red chili, broth, garlic, salt and vinegar.

Noodle boiled until soft and drained, then added cooking oil. Skipjack tuna sacked and chopped with mustard, spring onion, salt, and pepper. Sambal is made by crushing red pepper, garlic, vinegar, salt and broth.

The noodles are moved into a bowl, then sequentially added skipjack, gravy, fried shallot, and included chilli placed in separate containers. These delicious foods are usually put into the mouth using chopsticks, but many also use spoons and forks.

This dish is very easy to find in North Sulawesi, especially in Manado. Mie cakalang is also an effort to increase the economic value of skipjack tuna and generally sold in many simple stalls to luxury restaurants in the price varies every portion. Mie cakalang or skipjack tuna noodle is dish by Manadolese

Location: Manado, North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia.

Routes and public transport: Flights to Sam Ratulangi International Airport in Manado.

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