Cireng (short for aci goreng or fried tapioca) is a snack from West Java that is made from tapioca starch mixture. The texture of cireng is chewy and slightly crunchy on the outside if you eat it while it still hot.
Quick and simple stir fried soba noodles with arugula, enoki mushroom and sweet sesame sauce.
If you like fluffy and moist cake I suggest you to try steamed cake. Although steamed cake is not popular in Western-style kitchens, but in Asian kitchen steamed dessert and cake is a common thing. Japanese have Mushi-pan, Chinese and Nyonya kitchen also have their version of steamed sponge cake.
Well, let me be honest with you, beside the name I don’t know what the difference between Yorkshire pudding and popovers. But there’s one thing that I know for sure, I love Yorkshire pudding … and also popovers of course. How can you not love them? They are light, airy, crispy on the outside and…
King Couscous is a Moroccan restaurant serves authentic couscous and tajine dishes located in Lippo Mall Kemang, South Jakarta.
This recipe adapted from Jamie Oliver’s Cheesy Pasta Fonduta, with just a few tweaks of my own. The original recipe contain no egg yolks but this time I add egg yolks to make the pasta richer and extra creamy.
This rich seafood curry epitomises the confluence of Malay and Indian flavours
Although cheese and chocolate is such a weird combination for some people, but it’s normal to find cheesy sweet treats in Indonesia, it even become a favourite for Indonesian. From cheap street food like piscok (banana, cheese and chocolate spring roll) and roti bakar (toast), or more expensive food like martabak manis.