Helloindonesia.id – Vegetables are often avoided by some people in Indonesia and even in the world, even though the nutritional content in them is clearly very beneficial for body composition. The same type of preparation may be one of the reasons for not consuming vegetables, but anti-vegetables should try a Gorontalo specialty that is rich in delicious nutrition and filled with various kinds of vegetables. A mixture of corn, basil, tomatoes, plus, skipjack or shrimp is a combination of foods that have high nutritional value. The name of this food is Binte Biluhuta, or often called Milu Siram.
Binte Biluhuta in the Gorontalo language means watered corn. At first glance it sounds normal, but the taste of Milu Siram will spoil the taste buds of the audience. There are three kinds of flavors offered from this one dish, namely spicy, sweet, and salty. For spicy culinary connoisseurs, Binte Biluhuta is the perfect answer for what you are looking for. Cayenne pepper is one of the main spices mixed into the Binte Biluhuta sauce, the spicy taste of this chili will give a spicy and warm taste on the tongue.
The cooking process is actually not too difficult, just boil the corn and other ingredients such as red chili, cayenne pepper, and red onion separately. Then store in a bowl, and mix the grated coconut along with the dried shrimp, tomato slices, and orange juice. Then what complements the taste is pouring the boiled gravy into a bowl containing the previously mixed ingredients.
If you visit Gorontalo and want to taste this special food, you just have to go to restaurants that provide Gorontalo specialties, which are scattered in every corner of the city. It will not be difficult to find a restaurant that provides a Binte Biluhuta menu, because this food is like a mandatory meal for the people of Gorontalo. If you haven’t had the opportunity to experience the fresh taste of Binte Biluhuta in your hometown, you can try making this special dish at home. With common food ingredients, it is certainly not difficult to make Binte Biluhuta with your own hands.