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7 Most Delicious Dishes of Myanmar Must Try Once in Your Life

7 Most Delicious Dishes of Myanmar Must Try Once in Your Life

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Delight in the taste of ground tea leaves with crushed peanuts and fish oil while in Myanmar tour packages.
  • Laphet Thohk (Tea Leaf Salad)

Delight in the taste of ground tea leaves with crushed peanuts and fish oil while in Myanmar tour packages. A very popular local dish, Laphet Thohk will give you the opportunity to taste salads in a different way.

  • Shan-Style Rice (Nga Htamin)

Enjoy the taste of Nga Htamin, a version of Burmese food served as fried cooked rice with fish and turmeric with a mixture of herbs and various spices. With its spicy flavor, garlic and pork flakes surround it to add that crunch.

  • Nan Gyi Thoke

This delicious tasty dish Nan Gyi Thoke is served as breakfast in Myanmar. To clarify the taste of boiled noodles, mix them with chicken curry and garnish with onions, green onions, and beans to taste.

  • Meeshay

This Burmese dish is from the Shan people who live on the eastern side of Myanmar, and it consists of rice noodles and pork. There are many variations of this dish, but the original Meeshay dish is served with ham, soup, and green vegetables.

  • Shan-style Noodles (Khaut Sew)

An uncomplicated and easy to prepare Burmese meal that is tasty by the locals, Khaut Sew is just a simple noodle soup served with pork or chicken and some spicy pickled vegetables. Despite being such a simple dish, its flavor will satisfy your soul to the core.

  • Ngapi Yay

A traditional Burmese meal made from fermented fish paste and mixed with the flavor of dried chili and garlic. Served together with a platter full of boiled and raw vegetables, used as a delicious dressing to complement the spicy flavor.

  • Stuffed Pork Skewer (Wet Thar Dote Htoe)

A late night snack for Myanmar locals, the Wet Thar Dote Htoe (Stuffed Pork Skewer) is one of the most popular barbecue delicacies. Usually found lined up on the streets, this delicious food can be good for eating out in town.

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