Sunday, February 16, 2014

Risoles Salami

It´s called Amris, I don´t know why :), filled with turkey salami, mayonnaise and cheese to cheer up your day. Rene, thank you for the book, also Nuke for the beautiful flower


Sunday, January 5, 2014

Bakpao 2

Happy New Year 2014 :)

source: Helwah Balfas
Dough A:
1 sachet yeast /hefe
1 tablespoon sugar
50 ml water
100 g flour
Blend all ingredients A in a small bowl, cover dough A with kitchen towel or plastic wrap, ferment in room temperatur or in the oven 50°C  for about 30 minutes, until the dough double in size and then combine with dough B

Dough B:
 500 g flour
250 ml milk+coconutmilk (125 ml milk+125 ml coconut milk)
25 g mashed potato powder+200 ml hot water or milk (75 g - 100 g mashed potato)
1 tablespoon margarine
1 tablespoon corn flour or speisestarke
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/2 teaspoon salt
combine all ingredients B in a large bowl, Add dough A. Add More flour if needed. Ferment for about 30 minutes 

Remove the fermented dough from the bowl and divide it into 28  pieces, fill with beef, mung beans or whatever do you like as filling ^^,  set aside for about 30 minutes then 
steam for about 15 minutes 

For more simple recipe, see another Bakpao recipe  here

Monday, November 11, 2013

Almond Biscotti

Let´s get Baking together 
ingredients :

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Bolu Santan

I use coconut milk in this recipe instead of water :), original recipe  Water Sponge cake from Dapur Aisyah with slighly modification by me :). Thank you Wydia Sri Rusdianti for sharing the recipe via Indonesian Food Blogger

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Lapis Surabaya Ekonomis

 Dian, thank you  for sharing the recipe

Monday, September 2, 2013

Mie Aceh

Special thank´s to Renee for lovely Props :)

ingredients :

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Lumpia (Spring Rolls)

Special thank´s to Lubna of Yummy Food, who give me opportunity to participate Ramadan Special: Joy from Fasting to Fasing in her beautiful Blog. 

After a long summer vacation at home (Indonesia), now....I´m back to Germany,  back to the reality, become a family chef again :). This Ramadan, I´ve really enjoy Fasting in two different countries, two weeks in my home country and the rest in Hamburg despite of the time difference. In Germany, bringing fasts for about 18 hours a day for 30 days, during this summer time. Since Islam´s lunar calendar shift Ramadan 10 days every year, therefore muslims this year will experience longer days of fasting. However, when we do fasting with ´Niat´ only for Allah, Insya Allah it wouldn´t be difficult as we think.

The Holy month of Ramadan is also a good time for family and friends gathered together to break the fast. My family is used to break the fast with something sweet : dates, lukewarm Jasmine Tea, some salty or sweet snacks as appetizers , followed by a regular dinner later on after Sholat Magreb. Additional prayers, Taraweh, are prescribed  after dinner.

Today, I´d like to share with you Spring rolls or Lumpia in Bahasa Indonesia, rolled appetizer, that can be filled with only vegetables or mixed of poultry/meat with vegetables.

Lumpia/spring rolls
40 ready made spring roll pastry
500 g chicken breast fillet, chopped 
100 g shrimps, chopped
2 carrots, julienned
300 - 400 g bamboos shoots, julienned  ( or you can use also potatos, vermicelli)
1 onion, chopped
5 clove of garlics, chopped
1 teaspoon ground white pepper
6 tablespoons cooking oil
cooking oil for frying.

  • Filling : heat a wok, saute onion and garlics until fragrant, then add chicken, shrimps. After few minutes, add carrots, bamboos shoots. Season with salt and pepper.
  • Spoons two tablespoons of filling into spring roll wrapped
  • Fry spring rolls until golden brown.