20 Scrumptious Burmese Foods: Take a Bite of Burma (Myanmar)!

By Mark Wiens 135 Comments

I was full the entire time I was in Yangon, Burma (Myanmar), and though I attempted, unfortunately I wasn’t able to eat everything the city had to offer. Just like the Bangkok street food, Yangon is yet another example of a SE Asian city where food is a top priority and street food is out of control!

1. Mohinga

At the forefront of Burmese cuisine is the famous dish of mohinga, a bowl of rice noodles covered in a fish based soup and sprinkled with deep fried fritters. Mohinga is a breakfast of champions!

Mohinga, Brumese Cuisine
Mohinga, Brumese Cuisine

2. Burmese Biryani

When I caught a glimpse of a restaurant called “Ambrosia Biryani,” there was absolutely no way I was going to get myself to walk past without sampling. Unfortunately the the biryani was a bit cold, having the appearance of yesterday’s ambrosia, but it was still tasty!

Burmese Cuisine
Burmese Biryani

3. Burmese Naan Flat-bread and Pe Byouk

The bread is a form of Burmese Indian style naan, pulled straight out of a clay pot cooking device. Pe Byouk is what I believe to be a form of boiled peas. The vendor normally bagged the beans and added a torn up naan on top – to go. Since I ate on spot, I requested the burrito version of this hearty protein rich morning snack.

Burmese Peas and Naan
Paratha and Pe Byouk

4. Rice and Burmese Curry

Rice and a few accompanying curries and vegetables is a common meal of Burmese cuisine. The curries are mildly flavored, but they are pleasing and go extremely well with a plate (or 5) of rice.

Burmese Cuisine
Typical Burmese Cuisine
Okra, Cauliflower, and Bean Sprouts
Okra, Cauliflower, and Bean Sprouts

5. Beans, Onions, Pumpkin

Beans, onions, and tomatoes dressed in oil and salt (left), mild pumpkin curry (right)

Beans, Onions, Pumpkin
Beans, Onions, Pumpkin

6. Burmese Fish Curry

A greasy, but unbelievable curry medley of fish.

Burmese Fish Curry
Burmese Fish Curry

7. Garnish Salads

Vegetables with a fermented fish sauce (left) and chili flake sauce (right).

Burmese Salad
Burmese Salad

8. Form of Khaosay Thote

A form of noodles hand mixed with a flavorful chili sauce and eaten with cloves of garlic and chilies (left), Fresh Burmese spring rolls (right)

Burmes Noodles
Burmese Noodles

9. Deep Fried Stuffed Tofu

Deep fried and stuffed with some cabbage, chilies and a special sauce made this tofu roll a single bite wonder!

Burmese Stuffed Tofu Roll
Burmese Stuffed Tofu Roll

10. Sticky Rice With Shredded Coconut

I’ll admit, I was extremely excited my first day in Yangon, Burma, and I had no idea what I was ordering. I saw some sticky rice and jumped at the opportunity to order it. This is what I got, and though I had no idea what I was supposed to mix and match, just like everything else it was delicious.

Sticky Rice Burma
Sticky Rice, Yangon, Burma

11. Selection of Mouthwatering Burmese Salads

(Clockwise from top-left corner)

  • Laphet Thohk – pickled tea leaf salad
  • Lemon Salad – entirely made from red onions and lemon pulp
  • Gyin Thohk – pickled ginger mixed salad
  • Tofu Thohk – Tofu salad
  • Another Lemon Pulp Salad
  • Tomato and Cabbage Salad
Burmese Salads
Amazing Burmese Salads

12. Laphet Thohk – Green Tea Salad

It’s a famed dish, a salad made from pickled tea leaves. Apparently Burma  is one of only a few countries in the world that drinks and eats tea leaves. The texture of the salad was unique, a adoring combination of soft, crunchy, crispy, and saucy. I could eat this salad constantly for days.

Laphet Thohk, Burmese Green Tea Salad
Laphet Thohk, Burmese Green Tea Salad

13. Burmese Indian Thali Mixed Platter

There’s not a lot in this world that is as enticing to me as an all-you-can eat meal. Thali is an Indian mixed dish cuisine that is served on a metal platter. Rice is scooped out of buckets and the food party doesn’t stop until the customer is fully satisfied!

Burmese Thali
Burmese Thali

14. Goat Testicles

Along with a Thali, there’s an opportunity to order a number of accompanying curries and sides. We got a duo-pari of goat testicles, and though the flavor was quite appetizing, their mushiness was reminiscent of chunks of pure lard.

Goat Testicle Curry
Goat Testicle Curry, Yangon, Burma

15. Burmese Indian Dosa

I’ve been a huge fan of dosas for many years of my life, so when I scoped this street side dosa stand, there was no hesitation. The dosa was made on an iron skillet over fiery flames emitted by the burning of dry wood. The curry was smooth and the pancake did an excellent job of sopping up everything till the final drip.

Burmese Cuisine
Burmese Dosa

16. Grilled Fish in Chinatown, Yangon

This grilled fish left me speechless, stunned, and overjoyed. It was so lip-licking delicious that I dreamed about it at night and my body was willingly forced to dine here 3 nights in a row!

Grilled Fish Myanmar
Unbelievable Grilled Fish in Chinatown, Yangon, Burma

17. Vegetables in Chinatown

Skewers of grilled garlic and okra (left) a plate of stir fried pumpkin leaves (right)

Yangon Vegetables
Vegetables - Burmese Cuisine

18. Mala Hin

Glorious vegetables in a spicy bean paste

Stir Fried Vegetables Mix, Burma
Stir Fried Vegetables Mix, Yangon, Burma

19. Stuffed Pork Skewer

Marinated pork stuffed with straw mushrooms and green peppers

Stuffed Pork Kebab, Burmese Food
Stuffed Pork Kebab, Burmese Food

20. Burmese Falooda

The Burmese version of the falooda is sweet and stunning (similar to the Indian version)!

Burmese Falooda
Burmese Falooda

I’m nowhere near a Burmese food expert, but I can safely say that I enjoyed everything I ate in Yangon!

Have you sampled any Burmese foods? Any Burmese foodies out there?



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  • Paula

    4 days ago

    Hi
    Ive just come back from Myanmar, I loved the food. I ate and tried everything that was put in front of me.
    I am addicted to the garlic and chili dip. I cannot find the right recipe though. I think it has vinegar lime juice salt with sliced fresh garlic and chili?!

    • Al Aung

      3 days ago

      Touch of fish sauce in the mixture is a must.

  • Jo Lauer

    5 months ago

    There’s a new Burmese restaurant scheduled to open soon in Santa Rosa, CA. I had no idea what to expect. Your article made my mouth water. Can’t wait to see what’s on their menu. Goat testicles? Sure, why not.

  • Su Thiri Soe

    7 months ago

    Have you ever tried Rakhine Mote Ti(rice noodle in fish soup)in Myanmar?And how about Shan noodle?I am burmese girl lives in Yangon.Most of burmese girls are foodies and we love spicy foods especially teenager girls.

  • Juliet Funn.

    7 months ago

    No other foods taste as good as the Burmese way of cooking, and serving it with so many condiments.

    • Mark Wiens

      7 months ago

      Thanks Juliet, that is definitely one of the great things about Burmese food.

  • Cherry Thangaraj

    7 months ago

    I I didn’t see that you tried the Burmese dish called Khouswey. I am half Burmese from morher’s side. It is a common dish that every Burmese household makes. It’s made of egg noodles with coconut milk and chicken curry topped with fresh onions, green onions, cilanthro, green and dry red chillies and crispy fried garlic and whatever else you want to top it off with! Delicious!!

  • Myo Htun

    10 months ago

    Wow! Mouthwatering Myanmar traditional food! Visit Myanmar and I will foot the bill if Myanmar foods are really soft spot for you!!

  • Maine

    1 year ago

    Yeah .. You are right!!!!👍🏻👍🏻 All of the food are very delicious … Most of Myanmar traditional food are available in China town, where I live!!! I like these food so that I go and have my dinner with my friend 4 days a week!!😂😂
    Warmly welcome to Myanmar!!

  • Maine

    1 year ago

    Yeah .. You are right!!!! All of the food are very delicious … Most of Myanmar traditional food are available in China town, where I live!!! I like these food so that I go and have my dinner with my friend 4 days a week!!😂😂
    Warmly welcome to Myanmar!!

    • Mark Wiens

      12 months ago

      Thank you Maine – and cool to hear you’re from Chinatown!

  • Thae Su Hlaing

    1 year ago

    Hi,
    Next time when you go there, you need a local expert(who may not be a tourist guide) to make you taste at a good place. Because not every place has good food. There is the best place for all of the food you mentioned in Yangon. And there is the time when Papaya is good. Fruits are good in only its own season. So, don’t try Papaya in Summer and don’t try mango in winter. It will taste bland.

    • Mark Wiens

      12 months ago

      Thank you very much Thae. I hope to come back again in the future for more delicious food.

  • Colleen hindle

    1 year ago

    Good descriptions n photos. Born in burma, visit relatives, and cook n eat it with my burmese friends in newcastle. Made me so hungry looking at your photos.😜😜👍👍

  • Neil Pereira

    1 year ago

    Awesome share Mark…. and the pic are fantastic. I’m drooling just looking at them… Did you manage to try the famous Burmese Khow Suey…? I have been making it for ages now, but I’m not sure if it is right way or not (seeing as I have never been to Burma…lol)
    Hope to go there some day soon….
    Thanx again for a mouth watering blog…

  • Arnav

    1 year ago

    how were the goat testicles?the rest of the food looks appetizing!

  • Rahima

    1 year ago

    Those are all delicious food.

  • Tin DeVoe

    1 year ago

    So excited to read about the incredible food in Burma. My favorites there were ngapoungnai loaded with fish roe, ngayant oo hin, mont dee thoat. Meeshay, Shan kout shway thoat, Shwetaung kout shway…. stuff like that makes Burma cuisine unique like no where else !

    • Mark Wiens

      1 year ago

      Hi Tin, thank you for sharing, glad you enjoyed the food as well. Mmm, that’s all making me hungry.

  • Melba

    1 year ago

    Great pictures – did justice to the food! I was born and raised in the Northern Shan States, Burma. Lived there till the age of 15 when my family was ingloriously thrown out by the military junta. Loved the country though and returned in 2012 – 46 years later.
    Just a piece of info for you – the salads or “athoke” – that is not lemon pulp but pumelo – (pronounced: pum – ellow) belongs to the citrus family – grows in most SE Asian countries including India. Have seen it in the supermarkets here in N. America. Thanks for your posting. Really glad to see people enjoying Burmese food.

  • Susan

    1 year ago

    Also delicious…
    Shan noodles
    Shan pancakes (I think I ate them in Shan state)
    Shan tofu–the most amazing tofu in the world, made from yellow split peas

    I am determined to master the Shan tofu-making process. It doesn’t sound impossible. And we have a very nice Burmese grocery store in my city. The owner promised he’d find me an expert, if I couldn’t do it on my own.

    Everything I ate in Burma was delicious. (Same with Singapore & China.)

    • Mark Wiens

      1 year ago

      Thank you for sharing Susan. Glad you’re making these foods as well, and the Shan tofu as well!

  • sarah cole

    2 years ago

    love your food post! just got back from myanmar and the food was wonderful. i totally agreed the grilled fish over there is the best ever. by chance, do you have a recipe for the grilled fish? thanks and happy eating!!

    sarah

    • Mark Wiens

      2 years ago

      Hey Sarah, good to hear you enjoyed it too. Unfortunately I don’t have the recipe, but if I ever try to make it, I’ll let you know. Thanks!

  • Vian

    3 years ago

    Street food is the best in Myanmar ,especially every street food you can get in China town is the best 😀

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Vian, glad you love the street food in Yangon too, so delicious!

  • Mimi

    3 years ago

    We just returned from Myanmar… amazing country, Yangon is wonderful! I am looking for the recipe for the delicious peanut crepes, made with rice flour, we bought from a street vendor outside Scot’s Market… anyone? The vendor had this sweet one and another savory one with coriander, I believe.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Mimi, glad you enjoyed you trip to Myanmar. That sounds delicious. Hopefully someone here can help with the recipe!

    • Winston

      2 years ago

      Do they looks like this? I don’t exactly have the recipe but if it’s the type you’re looking for, it’s called Kyouk-Moke ( Folding food ). The base is similar to pancake mix with brown sugar melt spread on the tip with either beans and shredded coconut.

      Reference here.

      https://www.facebook.com/compunuts/posts/555256141171394

  • Hnin

    3 years ago

    Great post! 🙂 loving all the food. Can’t wait for my trip in December 2014 yikesss!!!!

  • David

    3 years ago

    wow my mom makes the best mohinga. She has a great palate and cooks the best burmese food. Living in New Orleans my whole life she makes some great cajun dishes too. Its very odd to see an article about the food i’ve been eating my whole life . Usually people have no clue about food like this.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey David, great to hear from you, your mothers mohinga sounds delicious!

  • Ben Marasigan

    3 years ago

    Lived in Myanmar for 3 months 2 years ago. I miss the place so much specially the food. Good job on this article. Makes me want to come back 🙁

  • Juan

    3 years ago

    WOW this post is awesome!!!! Love Burmese food!!!

  • Wil @ Where’s Wil

    3 years ago

    I just got back from Myanmar and while I found a lot of the food to be delicious (and the fruit was cheaper then in Thailand) I found that I had to be careful with what I ordered.

    I’m an adventurous eater and I don’t shy away from street food that looks a little ‘iffy’ but a lot of the fried dishes in the country are just dripping with grease and oil. All the excess oil really messed with my health so I learned to really watch what I ate.

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Hey Will, thanks for sharing and glad you had a good time in Myanmar. I fully agree with you about oil and grease – I normally try to eat lesser oily dishes as well – but when it’s curry it’s tough. Glad you enjoyed the food!

      • Ben Marasigan

        3 years ago

        They usually use peanut oil which is really heavy and becomes very hard and soap like substance (minus the slipperiness). Lived for 3 months in Yangoon and I had to buy olive oil for my cooking. Im a filipino and the food preparation and presentation is kinda similar but more greasy. Nonetheless, i love it!

  • Alfia

    3 years ago

    You helped me a lot in my homework thanks

    • Mark Wiens

      3 years ago

      Great to hear that Alfia, all the best with your assignment!

  • Tanguy Roberti

    4 years ago

    Hello,

    We were travelling in Myanmar for 27 days and we enjoyed their street food. We especially liked their morning snack, -like a churros- that you put in your tea. We are deseperately looking at how to make the batter of these. Do you have any idea?

    Many thanks in advance.
    Cheers

    Tanguy

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hello Tanguy, great to hear you traveled around Myanmar and enjoyed the food so much. I’m really not sure how to make those donuts, but I’m sure there are some great recipes if you do a little searching! Enjoy!

      • Ravi

        3 years ago

        What you’re referring to as doughnuts are actually deep fried gluten sticks. I’m sure you’ll find recipes for them in Chinese cuisine sites. A lot of SE Asian countries have them as part of their diet.
        Well done Mark for sharing with us your love of Adventurous food.
        By the way Dosai (pancake) is a South Indian breakfast and Tiffin staple.
        Good luck in ur Travels.
        Ravi

        • Mark Wiens

          3 years ago

          Thank you for sharing Ravi, really appreciate it. Thanks!

    • Colleen hindle

      1 year ago

      Chinese supermarkets sell these dough sticks in frozen compartments. “Eea chaw Kwew” ????? I order them in chinese restaurants, with soup. Love them.

  • Norah

    4 years ago

    Hello Mark!

    Great information given on Burmese food! Thanks a lot for that! But since you mentioned that you didn’t manage to try many other Burmese food, may be you should visit once more and share more here 🙂 I’ll definitely be waiting for that! =D

    • Mark Wiens

      4 years ago

      Hey Norah, I would love to visit again and try more food. I hope to someday, but not sure when. Have you visited before?

  • Mr.Myanmar

    4 years ago

    Thanks a lot,Mr.!!

  • Steve

    5 years ago

    Thanks for such a great round-up. We picked up our visas for Myanmar today, and I was looking for some street food inspiration – we’ll definitely be searching out the fish in Chinatown

  • Les

    5 years ago

    Wonderdul photos. Do you remember where you had that delicious looking fish in Chinatown? I’ll be in Yangon soon

    • Mark Wiens

      5 years ago

      Hey Les,
      I don’t remember the exact location, but while walking down the main street in Yangon, you’ll get to Chinatown, then you make a right onto a small street (and it’s known for its fish), and then about 100 meters down the road on the left side of the street is the restaurant I ate at. Hope you can find it, it was really really good!

      • Les

        5 years ago

        Thanks, Mark!

      • Mabaydar

        4 years ago

        My reply for Les might be late. But for the info of future tourists, here it go.

        As far as I can remember, it is either 20th street or 19th Street in Chinatown.
        Just need to walk pass the street and can see that it is happening with all the grilled stuff. At night local people used to drink Beer there as well.

  • Ryan

    5 years ago

    Best thing you did was eating on the streets 🙂

  • Zinnia

    5 years ago

    I will say AWESOME AWESOME AWESOME..All the street food mouse watering, I miss Burma, I am Burmese, but living in abroad for more than 10 years. I am going back to visit next month, can’t wait to try out all those food. I wanna eat goat testicle curry, there still has another dish in those Indian restaurant, that will be goat brain curry. Grilled fish is one of my fave food too. Well, too many food to try out. A lot of my fave food are in your list as well. By the way, I have watched your youtube video of Yangon trip too

    • Mark Wiens

      5 years ago

      Thank you so much Zinnia. So glad that you will be able to visit Burma soon – and get some more great food. I really appreciate you taking a look at my site and watching the Yangon video – Thanks. Hope you have a wonderful trip and I look forward to hearing about what you ate!

    • Ben Marasigan

      3 years ago

      You have a great country Zinnia. I have so much respect for the people and the culture. I lived there for 3 months back in 2011 and I instantly fell in love with Myanmar. Up to now im still dreaming of going back.

  • Tun Tun

    5 years ago

    Great collection of burmese food. I am kind of person like try different kind of food and post in blog.

    thank for sharing.

    • Mark Wiens

      5 years ago

      No problem Tun Tun, glad that you enjoyed it!

  • Sophie

    6 years ago

    The food is more than enough reason to put Burma on my travel list, I’m craving!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      I fully agree!

    • Ben Marasigan

      3 years ago

      Add to that the very friendly people. Im a filipino, and we are reputed to be very friendly, but i can say that the myanmar people is more friendly. Give the country a couple more years and it will be a major tourist destination. I suggest you go and visit. Mark will agree with me that this blog is not enough to describe the beauty of the country. 🙂

      • Mark Wiens

        3 years ago

        Hey Ben, I agree, and many of the people are extremely friendly. I hope to go a visit again soon!

  • joshywashington

    6 years ago

    I swear before you all that one day, perhaps in the distant future, I WILL EAT GOAT TESTICLE CURRY! This post takes food porn to awesome new heights, nice work.

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Thanks Josh, let me know if you come to Bangkok, we can arrange a pair!

  • Bama

    6 years ago

    Every single dish looks delicious!!! I like the fact that Burmese people are also fond of chilies..YUM!!!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Thanks Bama, Burmese food was so good, and I’m a big fan of chilies as well!

  • Renee

    6 years ago

    Ok, Mark….the Food Network or the Travel Channel needs to hire you. Your taste buds must have sonar to locate and the most fascinating and unique foods in the world. I’ll end it with this….poor goat.

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Hehe, yes, but at least none of the goat went to waste! Thanks so much Renee – getting a salary to eat would be my #1 dream!

  • inka

    6 years ago

    I read this on an empty stomach, Mark. Guess what my left hand is holding now whilst I try not to make too many typos with my right.

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Oh Inka! I’m sure you were able to locate some scrumptious food as well! Could it be a Turkish shawarma???

  • Jeremy B

    6 years ago

    Mark, you did an awesome job of capturing these foods. I think I would try the goat testicles but would vote for the curry as my favorite.

  • jade

    6 years ago

    yum yum yum! That grilled fish looks delicious!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Hey Jade, I think that fish in Yangon goes down in my list of top 5 grilled fish ever!

  • jamie – cloud people adventures

    6 years ago

    i have eaten A LOT of asian food over my years, but must admit i dont think ive ever eaten burmese. looks delish! especially like the look of the fish curry and the green tea salad. off to eat dinner!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Hey Jamie!
      Thai food and Indian food are 2 of my favorite cuisines, so as a cross-junction between the 2, I was fascinated with Burmese food. I’m sure you would enjoy it!

  • Cam

    6 years ago

    I don’t know why, but I’m suddenly feeling hungry?
    Now, if only I can find some Curry Goat Testicles! 😉

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Hehe, I’m actually getting quite hungry myself….hope you are able to locate those testes!

  • Cathy Sweeney

    6 years ago

    WOW times 20! Delicious photos — would especially like to try Burmese Dosa. I can see why it’s a favorite of yours.

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Thanks Cathy, I really a huge fan of dosa’s (and they were great in Burma), cooked on a skillet over a wood flame, truly spectacular!

  • ayngelina

    6 years ago

    I love discovering this part of the world through food on your site, my favourite travel food site.

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Awesome! Thanks so much Ayngelina, hoping to see you in this area of the world in the future – for some all-out porky smorgasbord indulgence!

  • Matt

    6 years ago

    Great post, Mark! Yangon had the absolute best papaya I’ve ever had. Made Thai papaya seem bland. Did you try any?

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Dude, I did and I thought the same thing – also with the watermelon. I did discover that the vendor was dipping the fruit in an orange sweet juice to make it sweeter, but I returned the following day and told her not to dip it in the juice, and it was still amazing! Did you see any orange juice on the bag with your papaya?

      • eaindra

        3 years ago

        u should try another food mark .. some food also very delious.. i ll gaive the name ghat i like most .. but u should show and ask u Tourguide .. that is
        1.. nge pal salad
        2.. mont tee salad (mandalay is better than yangon )
        3..kyae – oh
        4.. kaw – pyant – sein and fried kaw – pyant
        5..burmese soup is match with lemon salad
        6..ya khaing mhont – tee salad
        7.. shan cuisine. especially .. shan noodle salad
        oh .. i think still left .. u should try our another ethic food … example shan cuisine.. and ya khaing cuisine.. 😀 ヅ ヅ

        • Mark Wiens

          2 years ago

          Hi Eaindra, thank you for reading and for all these suggestions. I hope I can go back to eat more delicious food!

  • Connie

    6 years ago

    I’m half Burmese and growing up, my mother would cook Burmese food all the time. I love the cuisine and home-cooked Burmese food is the one thing I miss the most in my travels!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      That sounds great, and I definitely know the power of home cooking! I’m sure when you return form travels, you are greeted with awesome Burmese feasts!

  • Tijmen

    6 years ago

    The salads at 11 and 12 looks so tasty. Sometimes it’s better not to know what you are eating, like with the goat testicles 🙂

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Yah, I would say that the Burmese salads, the fish, and all Indian dishes were my absolute favorites!

      • eaindra

        3 years ago

        wow great .. yeah i m also watering at midnight .. becoz i see this post at midnight ..

  • Kyle

    6 years ago

    Good stuff! All of this food is delicious!

    A couple of corrections: 18 looks a lot like Mala Hin, a wonderful Shan dish. 3 doesn’t look like the Burmese Parata, it looks like Naan, which would make the typical breakfast of Bepyouk Namya (sp?): beans and naan bread.

    Yum!

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      So delicious, it was great to eat and sample everything in Yangon!

      Thanks for the corrections Kyle, just updated the post!

    • Batool

      2 months ago

      Wow…u do know ur Burmese dishes…my parents were born n bred in n I’m in love with Burmese food…now u live in Uae n miss mums Burmese food…feeling sad😞

  • Global Basecamps Ali

    6 years ago

    This made me so hungry! The food looks incredible!

  • Phil

    6 years ago

    Wow!! I am famished now!!

    • Phil

      6 years ago

      well maybe not the testicles…

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Haha Phil! But you have some incredible jollof rice those sides as well…and nothing compares to African meat!

  • Turkey’s For Life

    6 years ago

    Why oh why did I read your post just before I eat dinner?! I’m so hungry now – although I’m not too sure about those goat testicles. I’d try them – they’re just not tempting me too much. 🙂
    Julia

    • Mark Wiens

      6 years ago

      Hey Julia, I’m sure you were able to come up with something delicious for dinner too! Yah, the testicles are definitely not an everyday eat, just for the entertainment value of it!