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Cumi woku

Cumi woku or squid woku is traditional cuisine made from squid which is processed using woku seasoning recipes by Minahasa people in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. Woku is a special ingredient of Minahasan food especially in Manado City which is made from various kinds of spices and used to cook meat and fish.

Squid woku is a squid soup dish cooked with woku seasoning and this woku cuisine gets the name of woka leaves is a kind of lontar leaves commonly used to wrap rice. Minahasan culinary history says woku seasoning is a Manado-style mixed cuisine that is considered to have a rich taste.

Xvlor Cumi woku or squid woku is traditional Minahasan cuisine

Woku cuisine has two types is woku balanga where the cuisine is processed in a pan or wok and woku daun where the food is wrapped in woka leaves before being roasted or steamed. Both methods can be defined as boiled or fried woku and grilled or steamed woku.

A variety of seafood can be cooked using woku seasoning, including grouper or woku grouper, crab or crab woku, prawns or prawns woku and squid or squid woku. This woku seasoning is also commonly used for cooking poultry including chicken (woku chicken woku) and duck (duck woku).

The first step of cooking squid woku is smearing the squid with lime and salt, then stored in the refrigerator for 15 minutes. Cooking oil is heated in a skillet for frying onion dough, ginger, turmeric and salt. Then add fresh orange leaves.

Moments later added chili and tomato. The final step is to include squid, spring onion, basil leaves and water for gravy. This dish uses small-sized squid which is processed intact and usually served with rice.

Squid woku mostly found in North Sulawesi, especially Manado City. Many Minahasa seafood restaurants serving woku-based dishes include grouper woku, crab woku, shrimp woku and chicken woku in varied dishes. Cumi woku or squid woku is traditional Minahasan cuisine

Location: Manado City, North Sulawesi, Indonesia.

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

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