Buto is the Filipino word for bones or seeds. buto ng pakwan watermelon seed buto ng kalabasa squash seed Buto ng isda are bones of the fish which should be removed before eating the fish Buto ng Baboy is good for making soups.

Description

Buto is a traditional dish from Suriname, typically made with fermented cassava dough. The dough is mixed with various ingredients such as smoked fish, shrimp, coconut milk, and spices to create a flavorful and filling meal. The mixture is then wrapped in banana leaves and steamed for several hours until it becomes a dense and sticky cake-like consistency. Buto can be served as a main dish or as a snack, and it is often enjoyed with hot pepper sauce for an extra kick of flavor. The dish has a unique earthy and tangy taste that is both comforting and satisfying.

Application Areas

  • Main dish
  • Snack
  • Traditional celebration food

Treatment and Risks

  • There are no specific treatments for consuming buto, as it is a traditional dish enjoyed by many in Suriname.
  • However, individuals with allergies to any of the ingredients in buto should avoid consuming the dish to prevent allergic reactions.

Examples

  • Buto with smoked fish
  • Buto with shrimp
  • Vegetarian buto with vegetables

Similar Concepts and Synonyms

  • Bojo
  • Bojo cake
  • Cassava cake

Articles with 'Buto' in the title

  • Alisan ng buto: Alisan ng buto is a Filipino term which means to pit or to remove the seeds, particularly of fruits. Filipino fruits, like Pakwan (Watermelon), Atis (Sweetsop), Langka(Jackfruit) are just some of the examples of fruits with plenty of seeds, . . .
  • Nilagang Buto ng Baka: Nilagang Buto ng Baka in the food context refers to a traditional Filipino soup made by slowly boiling beef bones, often with marrow, until the flavors are richly infused into the broth

Summary

Buto is a traditional Surinamese dish made with fermented cassava dough and various ingredients, wrapped in banana leaves, and steamed to create a dense and flavorful cake-like dish. It is enjoyed as a main dish or snack with hot pepper sauce for added flavor.

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