KUPASONLINE.COM — Papeda is a food made from sago mixed with warm water. The texture is thick and sticky like glue. The taste itself is bland, but it’s delicious when served with yellow sauce fish.
Papeda is a typical Papuan food, but in several other areas there are foods similar to papeda with different names. Call it the typical South Sulawesi food, lime. The difference between the two is only in the presentation of papeda. Papuan people serve papeda directly on the bowl, while lime is served in the form of small balls.