Sambal dari Kalimantan Timur ini berbahan dasar nanas, cabai, bawang dan terasi. Komposisi ini membuatnya memiliki cita rasa pedas asam. Kemudian teksturnya yang lembut dan renyah membuat sambal ini biasa dihidangkan bersama dengan ikan bakar atau ikan goreng untuk pembangkit selera makan.
Sambal Nenas - Pineapple Chili Relish
Pineapple is always present in Indonesia, and it is only natural that we have a sambal (chili sauce or relish) made with pineapple. I always treat my fruit…
Beef Rendang Recipe
This beef rendang is one of the many repertoire of dishes that have come to furnish her recipe folder over the last couple of decades. It is big, it is bold, it is complex as befitting a rendang. And please don't let the ingredient list frighten you, a lot of them are repeated (galangal, salt, sugar) and if you cook Asian food at home you may find that you have them already. You need these spices and flavours to get the whole full bodied beef rendang flavour. Apart from some initial work the…
Chicken Kicap - Life is Great
Adventures from the tiny kitchen of a Malaysian woman who loves to eat. Find your favorite recipes and hopefully inspiration for a more delicious life.
Resep Ayam Bakar Taliwang Asli Lombok NTB | Resep Masakan Indonesia Praktis
Ayam bakar taliwang terkenal enak karena rasanya yang legit dan gurih. Sedikit rasa pedas memberikan sesnsasi hangat dimulut. Lombok Nusa T...
To know Malaysia is to love the bunga kantan
It's a signature flavour in our cooking – it’s hard to imagine iconic Malaysian dishes such as nonya laksa, asam pedas and nasi ulam without this distinctive ingredient.
Sambal Ikan Bilis (Chilli Dried Anchovies)
My sis and I practically grew up eating this sambal ikan bilis made by my auntie. It is a 'comfort' condiment for us. It tastes spicy, savory and chewy. I minimize the mess by making this in a bread maker, using the jam making function. My auntie used to make this in big batches and would send us home with a container filled to the brim with it. We enjoyed eating it with rice or sandwiched between two slices of bread, slathered with a great deal of butter. Mmmmm... Create good food memories…