Five Things Must Taste in Ngatpang State
Cooked in coconut milk with ginger and green onions, it’s a famous delicacy from Ngatpang, that’s why we have a picture of a Magrove Crab in the Ngatpang Vehicles Licence Plate.
FRIED RABBIT FISH
Rabbit fish is originally from Ngatpang and we are famous for it, it’s a seasonal fish and it’s best prepared fried,BBQ or fish soup with a local “titimel leaves”.
Small bite size clams that are harvest inside mangroves, that also best cooked with coconut milk and ginger and green onions and also can eaten as sashimi with lemon and soy sauce.
STEAMED & GRINED TAPIOCA
Tapioca or as known in other parts of the world as Cassava, is one of Palau’s local delicacy, that is usually being boiled in water then leave to dry and eat or it can be grinded and served with coconut cream. Best supplement for rice, best eaten with any kind of fish, esp. rabbit fish.
The term ‘Aho” may have different meaning is some other countries but in Palau it’s a name for a famous dessert, that is made with coconut meat and coconut milk, or sometime with flour, its has a lengthy process but delicious results.