Alasannews.com, Tolitoli-Central Sulawesi | H + 4 Eid, Burasa food and snacks and Sokko Tumbu are in demand. According to the reason for Facebook.com, on Saturday (8/6) or on Lebaran four days, people's interest in the two types of culinary began to increase.
Burasa made from rice cooked using a mixture of coconut milk, is typical for Muslims every Eid or Eid al-Adha arrives. Wrapped with banana leaves, the origin of the food of Burasa has not been revealed for sure.
What is clear is that the people in the plains of Sulawesi island, on average, know about this type of food. Although eaten without side dishes or vegetables, burasa remains delicious with a distinctive savory flavor.
Usually, in the past, Burasa was only eaten with side dishes in the form of bajabu. Side dishes of bajabu, grated coconut, mixed with dried fish mashed and roasted, become friends to eat. In addition to burasa,
Sokko Tumbu is also one of the foods that are hunted in the late Eid. Sokko tumbu is made from sticky rice, also one of the typical menu of Sulawesi people who are almost present in every house when Eid or Eid al-Adha arrives.
That said, both of these snacks seemed to perfect the Lebaran Muslims in the Sulawesi plains when presented to their families and relatives