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The Taste Atlas Version of the Most Delicious Seafood Food in the World

The Taste Atlas Version of the Most Delicious Seafood Food in the World, There’s Pempek

Taste Atlas will again release the list of the 100 most delicious seafood foods in the world in stages in February 2023. This page containing lists of foods from various worlds focuses seafood foods into 10 lists based on ratings. Pempek is one of the most delicious seafood dishes in the world according to Taste Atlas. This typical Palembang food is in fifth place. For complete details, see the following list of the tastiest seafood foods in the world according to Taste Atlas.

1. Gambas al ajillo, Spain

Gambas al ajillo is a Spanish appetizer made from shrimp, cooked with sautéed garlic, lemon juice and paprika. This dish with a little sauce is usually combined with dried bread with chopped parsley as a complement.

2. Mixed ceviche, Peru

Mixed ceviche is made from a mixture of seafood, such as shrimp, squid, octopus, clams and crab. The various seafood is first soaked in lemon juice, lime juice, celery juice, salt, onions, coriander and chili to make mixed ceviche.

3. Ameijoas a bulhao pato, Portugal

The name of this dish from Portugal is taken from the 19th century poet, Raimundo Antonio de Bulhao Pato. This shellfish is cooked with olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and fresh coriander leaves. Don’t forget the complementary form of bread.

4. Stir fry shrimp, China

Stir-fried shrimp is a Chinese dish that is popular during Chinese New Year. This dish is made from shrimp cooked in chicken stock, sesame oil, sugar, black vinegar and wine. Usually, stir fry shrimp is served with spring onions and sliced ginger.

5. Pempek

Pempek typical of Palembang, South Sumatra is on the list of the tastiest seafood in this ranking according to the taste atlas. Pempek is described as a snack that was deliberately made by Palembang people after they were bored with processed fried or grilled fish. Palembang’s typical types of pempek are quite diverse, ranging from submarine, lenjer, adaan, chips, to pempek kulit.

6. Espetos, Spain

Espetos is a dish of grilled sardines from Spain. This dish has been around since the 19th century. Mostly, in beach bars there, sardines that have been grilled over an open fire will be served with soft drinks and beer.

7. Maguro nigiri sushi, Japan

Maguro nigiri sushi is made with rice and slices of tuna on top. Like other types of sushi, this food is usually served with soy sauce, wasabi and pickled ginger. There are also three cuts of tuna used, namely otoro, chutoro and akami.

8. Loimulohi, Finland

Loimulohi is a smoked fish dish cooked over open firewood using the traditional method. The types of fish used to make loimulohi are usually salmon and rainbow trout.

9. Vieiras en su concha, Spain

Vieiras en su concha are made from mussels served with their shells. The spices for cooking this dish consist of garlic, shallots, tomato sauce, pepper and salt. This dish from Galicia, Spain is usually served with breadcrumbs and parsley.

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