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Delicious Flavor Offered by Blayag 63

Delicious Flavor Offered by Blayag 63Wow ... how delicious it is! Blayag, the traditional delicacy of Buleleng County traditionally prepared with various herbs is in fact very appetizing. When it is presented in a modern technique with a blend of other menus, it surely turns so delicious to be enjoyed. It is the typical flavor offered by blayag served daily at Warung 63.

The food stall building embellished with typical poleng (black and white) nuance located at Jalan Veteran 63 Denpasar looks attractive. Blayag, the menu resembling longer ketupat (rice bag) has a very distinctive flavor. Aside from coming up with urab vegetables, it is also served with chicken side dish. With a budget of IDR 13,500, it will be enough to make us satisfied.

With the arrangement in traditional nuance, this local food stall is open from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Other than favored by Denpasar downtowners, this traditional menu is also liked best by travelers from outside Bali including foreigners. It happened because it is strategically located in the proximity to the Satria Bird Market, downtown Denpasar and the Inna Bali Hotel.

Blayag at Warung 63 has a distinctive flavor, especially in the matter of chicken and vegetables. Its spice applies baked red chili specially made from galangal, aromatic ginger and chili. “The preparation is also unique, namely by sautéing the ingredients and added with coconut milk,” said Chef Agung Mirah.

Its vegetable is also different from the others. The ingredients in use consisted of spinach and soybean sprouts. To add to the nutritional value, the Blayag 63 is also added with the protein-rich eggs. How to serve it? Tipat blayag, chicken and vegetables are arranged in such a way and then added with egg and smothered with coconut milk and spicy sambal (to taste). (BTN/ocha/015)

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