Myanmar Food (Burmese Cuisine)
As Myanmar has different ethics, there are also different kinds of foods. Basically, Myanmar cuisine is oily and a little salted for tourists. The basic ingredients of Myanmar Cuisines are salt, ngapi (fish paste), nganpyaryee (fish or prawn sauce), and tamarind sauce for sour taste, tomato, garlic, onion, ginger and other spices such as chili powder, turmeric.
Mohinga is a popular for breakfast and can be available almost everywhere. But the taste and ingredients may be changed depend on region. Eg; Mohinga is the rice noodle and fish soup (soup of fish and roasted rice powder) in lower Myanmar, but it is the rice noodle and the soup (less fish or chicken and bean powder.)
Such as fried rice with bean, steamed sticky rice with bean, Nan Gyi Thoke, Shan Noodle Salad and Tea with E-Kyar-Kway are typical breakfasts too.
For lunch and dinner, Myanmar used to eat steamed rice and different curries including Crackers (Fried Shan Tofu, Fried Fish, Potato, etc.,), Salad (Payaya Salad, Ginger Salad, Tomato Salad, Tea Leaves Salad, Seaweed Salad, Lemon Salad, etc.,), meat or fish curry (mainly Pork, Chicken, Beef, Mutton, Fish), Soup (Mixed Vegetable Soup, Roselle leaves and bamboo shoot soup, Lentil Soup, Pumpkin Soup, Indian Bean Curry), Fried vegetables (water glory, sweet corn, mixed vegetable, broccoli, Kailan, etc.,).
In regards of snacks for dessert or hi tea, the famous usual foods are green rice noodles in coconut syrup, seaweed jelly, Mont Pyar Tha Lat (kind of Burmese rice cake), Burmese pancakes, Mont Lin Mayar (Couple snack), Deep fried street food snacks, Semolina Cake (Shwe Kyi), etc.,…