Mas Riha, Maldives from 10 Moutherwatering Curries Around the World You Can't Miss (slideshow)

10 Moutherwatering Curries Around the World You Can't Miss (slideshow)

Ron and Patty Strilaeff/ Stalkerville
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Mas Riha, Maldives

Mas Riha can be eaten any time of day, but when it’s eaten for breakfast, locals serve it with a slice of roshi (or flatbread instead of rice). The most important part of mas riha is the fresh tuna cooked over a low fire with fried onions and spices. Water gets added after the tuna is cooked, and the coconut milk isn’t added until the curry is almost done.