This is one of the most favorite snacks of the Maldivians. It is a combo of fresh-cut coconut flesh, dried tuna, sour mango, salt, chili, onion, garlic and black pepper.


When Areca nuts are chewed with beetle leaves and spices (cinnamon, cloves, cardamoms) it becomes what we call a Dhufun.

Theluli Banbukeyo

Theluli Banbukeyo is crispy fried breadfruit chips, a delicious local delicacy commonly produced in islands.

Recipe: Kulhi Roshi

Kulhi Roshi is a spicy and crunchy traditional Maldivian fish chips made with local spices, which is a popular tea time snack.

Recipe: Bajiyaa

Stuffed with dried fish, curry leaves, curry powder and onion, this triangular-shaped Maldivian short-eat is an all-time favorite.

Recipe: Mas Huni

No Maldivian breakfast will be complete without this dish. Get to know how it is prepared.

Recipe: Kashikeyo Kandhi

Delight your tastebuds with this unique Maldivian desert. The mildly sweet and milky flavors compliment each other in perfect harmony.

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A fairytale wedding on the beach

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Honeymooning in Maldives

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