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Se'i or Sei are smoked meat dishes originated from Timor Island, Rote Islands and Alor Island in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. A traditional cooking and preservation method for pork (se'i babi), beef (se'i sapi) and deer (se'i rusa) use distant firewood which is not a flame that ripens meat but hot smoke.

Se'i directly eaten with rice disk, but if the meat has been stored for several days, then usually fried. This food is typical of Timor Island and surrounding areas covering Kupang City and regencies including South Central Timor, North Central Timor, Belu, Malaka, Sabu Raijua, Alor and Rote Ndao.

Xvlor Se'i is smoked bacon and traditional preserving meat by Timorese

Se'i is also a method for preserving food by Timorese in dry climates as food reserves and increasing the economic value of meat. This ingredient is the Timor deer (Cervus timorensis), but has become rare. Pork and beef are the main ingredients until now.

The meat is sliced lengthwise and 2-3 cm thick for smeared with salt, pepper and garlic, then hung for several hours to dry. Not all types of wood can be used to cook se'i meat which will affect the taste. Timorese use wood of kesambi or kosambi (Schleichera oleosa).

Kosambi trees grow in dry areas, feature solid, heavy and pink to gray. Kosambi wood is very tenacious, rubbery and weatherproof. Kosambi leaves also used to wrap meat to increase the temperature during processing and keep the color remains red, although it has been stored for a long time.

Se'i is so delicious to eat when it's hot to smell the bacon and spice in it. The Timorese usually eat se'i dish together with sambal lu'at is a sauce made from a mixture of chili, lime and lu'at leaves as a complement to eat rice.

The dish usually also includes a stir fry made from main toge and papaya flowers as a salad cooked. Se'i meat also commonly consumed with klesong is a kind of rice that has been compacted and jagung bo'se is corn soup. Se'i is smoked bacon and traditional preserving meat by Timorese

Location: Timor Island, East Nusa Tenggara.

Routes and public transport: Flights to El Tari International Airport in Kupang City. Domestic airports to reach Timor Island and beyond include Mali Airport in Alor, Lekunik Airport in Rote, and Haliwen Airport in Atambua.

Advice: The restaurants that serve se'i dishes are most easily found in Kupang City.

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= City, airport name, IATA

Anqing, Anqing Tianzhushan Airport, AQGChizhou, Chizhou Jiuhuashan Airport, JUHFuyang, Fuyang Xiguan Airport, FUGHefei, Hefei Xinqiao International Airport, HFEHuangshan, Huangshan Tunxi International Airport, TXNWuhu/Xuancheng, Wuhu Xuancheng Airport
Beijing, Beijing Capital International Airport, …

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