This recipe is simple, but soooo tasty and healthy. No frying because I hate it. And there is a pinch of sweetness from the coconut sugar. The coconut sugar is one of the seasoning that Indonesians often use in their dish. Its tasted more caramel-y than white sugar and has low glycemic index. Coconut sugar is usually shaped into a block.
Semur ayam is a part of Indonesian cuisine. I dont know how to call it in English, so I think it could be Indonesian chicken stew. The word semur itself is defined as a dish with kecap manis or thick sweet soy sauce, special sauce that a lot of Indonesians and southeast asian people use in their meals. Perhaps do you know nasi goreng? We use kecap in nasi goreng, too.
Warning! This Mexican beef tortilla lasagna casserole is not authentic. I tried an experiment to cook from the ingredients and the measurements that I think I will love. And you know what? This dish is definitely a crowd pleaser in my family.
This chocolate ice cream cake is an adaptation from the phenomenal french silk. I change the ratio of the ingredients a little bit and add whipping cream to the filling. The texture is something in between ice cream and french silk. Heavier version of ice cream and lighter version of french silk. Can you imagine that? Hmm..
This time I will share one of the traditional food that originally from West Java, Indonesia. We call it Gepuk or commonly called Empal. As usual I translate a lot of Indonesian recipes in English. Some of them are a little bit quirky and some of them sound reasonable and make sense. For gepuk in English I call it Sundanese bruised beef.
Hello, this time I will share Peanut Butter Sauce Recipe. The recipe is easy and simple, and it is made from scratch! Instead of peanut butter, I use the real and toasted peanuts. The taste is savory, sweet, slightly spicy, and absolutely delicious.
Hello, here is another easy recipe from Hayu Cooking. This week I made chicken and vegetables wonton wrappers. Sometimes people call it wonton wrappers, shumai, siomay, or siomai. This appetizer is originally from China and there are some variations and adaptations from another countries. I will introduce you the Indonesian version. Well, not really Indonesian version because I also change some ingredients. Maybe you can say this one as Hanis version. Hehe. 😀