Thursday, February 28, 2008

Onion-Garlic Sticks

When we had an Indonesian gathering two months a go, Kak Elsi brought this snacks. It´s really good. I watched how quickly they disappear. So, I asked her for the recipe. Unfortunately, I couldn´t make it directly because I don´t have a noodle/pasta machine. Of course, you can still make it manually but it will take longer than if we use this gadget. Thanks to WSV (winter schluss verkauft/winter sale), thought this machine can be used in every season :)). I prefer to buy a stainless steel-made than chromium-plated noodle machine. The reason for the choice, this metal doesn´t corrode easily. My oldest son helped me to make noodles, he really enjoyed using the gadget.

Tuesday, February 12, 2008

MFM#12: Raisin Cheese Cake

My entry for MFM#12, hosted by Yeni´s Family. This is my baked version of cheese cake, you can see my unbaked version here. I´m rather proud for this cake. Looks not so good but Mas and Bapaknya couldn´t stop to pick more slices ^_^.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Fish & Chips

This is what I cook for my Kids when I´ve no idea....

See the recipe here

Monday, February 4, 2008

Belgian Waffles& Indonesian Food

We went to Brussel last weekend. On the way to Manekin Piss, something made me drooling.....hmmm.. yummy Brussel Waffles!
I posted some photos in my Multiply.

In Belgium there are two types of waffles (or gauffres as we like to call them): the Brussels and the Liege waffle. The Brussels is rectangular in shape with a golden-brown exterior, deep divots and is usually eaten with a knife and fork. Brussels waffles are served with a variety of toppings such as powdered sugar, whipped cream, ice cream, strawberries and chocolate. The Liege waffle is golden-yellow, more dense in texture and has a burned sugar coating on the outside giving it a lightly sweet flavor. This hand-held waffle is sold by street vendors all over Belgium.(source:

You can see another waffle recipe here (German Waffle)

......And Family gathering with Indonesian Food!

Breakfast: Nasi Uduk
See my Nasi Uduk recipe.

Lunch Menu: Rice, Pepes Salmon (Spicy salmon wrapped with Banana Leaves), Lalap (fresh vegetable & Sambal, Crispy chicken, Stir Fry vegetables, Semur daging (beef in sweet soya sauce), krupuk.
see my Pepes Ikan Salmon recipe.

P.S: Special Thanks to Tante Nien´s Family for hospitality, kindness and....delicious meals ^_^.