7 Types of Foreign Culinary Guaranteed Halal

If you like traveling, culinary tourism is indeed a mandatory activity for travelers. Besides being able to learn the culture of other countries
Types of Foreign Culinary Guaranteed Halal


Types of Foreign Culinary Guaranteed Halal

If you like traveling, culinary tourism is indeed a mandatory activity for travelers. Besides being able to learn the culture of other countries, we can also taste delicious regional specialties.

However, for those who are traveling abroad for the first time, especially non-Islamic countries, of course, they have their own list of foods that must not conflict with the teachings of their religion, or must be halal.

Don't worry, not all food ingredients in that person's country are made from meat or ingredients that are contrary to halal requirements. Then what are the halal foreign foods?


1. Samgyetang (South Korea)

If you are tired of eating Bulgogi, Samgyetang can be an option. Samgyetang is a whole chicken soup that is cooked for 3 hours. The chicken itself is deliberately not cut because there are several ingredients included in the chicken stomach, such as ginseng, jujuba seeds, glutinous rice, garlic, and traditional medicinal ingredients can also be added.

Usually Koreans eat Samgyetang in summer to restore energy and fight the heat.


2. Tendons (Japan)

Tendon or Tempura Donburi is a bowl of rice with assorted tempura. Variations of tempura are 1/2 boiled egg, prawns, vegetables (green chili, lotus root, purple eggplant), unagi (a type of large eel), or chicken. To add flavor, Tendon is usually given a sauce called tentsuyu which is topped with radish and ginger slices.


3. Kalderetang Goat (Philippines)

If you are a goat meat lover, in the Philippines there is a dish called Kalderetang Kambing. It is a kind of mutton soup with tomato sauce, peas, potatoes, carrots and peppers.

This food is widely sold in restaurants at affordable prices.


4. Amok (Cambodia)

This steamed dish is made of thick curry with coconut milk with meat, fish and eggs wrapped in banana leaves with galangal seasoning and topped with some vegetables.

Amok itself is a term for cooking gravy by steaming. Amok is also Cambodia's national dish which is very easy to find. Some variations of Amok are beef, chicken and fish.


5. Mapo Doufu (China)

This dish is made of white tofu with a spicy sauce made from chili paste and fermented kara peanuts. Mapo tofu comes from Sichuan province. This dish is perfect eaten with warm white rice.


6. Stroganoff (Russia).

This beef dish is very popular in Russia and outside Russia.

Stroganoff is fried diced beef cooked with tomato sauce, mustard sauce, beef broth, and onions and served with a sour sauce. Stroganoff can also be added to pasta like spaghetti, pens, etc.


7. Pad Thai (Thailand).

Pad Thai is almost similar to kwetiau in Indonesia. It's just that Pad Thai has more variety of vegetables. Pad Thai is the national dish of Thai people and the most common food found at any food stand. 

The ingredients for Pad Thai are vermicelli (kwetiaw), bean sprouts, pickled radish, peanuts, eggs, tofu, scallions. For variations there are shrimp, crab, and chicken. Don't forget to add lime to add a fresh taste.

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