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Membuat tape ketan hitam / Fermented black glutinous rice (tapai)

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Assalamu'alaikum... Merhaba dari Turkey

Kali ini saya akan bagikan cara membuat tape ketan hitam. Saya suka sekali tape ketan hitam ini ~ selain tape singkong tentunya. Tapi sayang sekali tidak ada singkong di Turki jadi gak bisa bikin tape singkong.

Saya selalu bikin tape ketan hitam ini tiap 6 bulan sekali pas mendekati musim panas, sebab suka banget dibikin es tape ketan a la es doger. Atau bikin pas bulan Ramadhan untuk saya bikin madumongso...tahu kan madumongso?? itu lho..semacam jenang yang dibungkus macam permen... jajanan jadul khas embah saya dulu. Insyaalloh bikin madumongso juga ntar saya posying juga.

Tapi hari ini saya postingkan cara membuat tape ketan hitam dulu ya. Bikinnya gampang kok, tidak serumit yang kita bayangkan.
Untuk membuat tape katan hitam ini, beras ketannya saya kukus saja, jadi tidak terlalu lembek. Tapi selama proses pengukusan sering-sering dipercik'i air secara merata dan kukus hingga beras ketan hitamnya mengembang hampir dua kali lipat dan lunak tapi tidak lembek.


Nastar isi keju / Sweet Cheesy tarts cookies~melt in your mouth

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Merhaba From Türkiye 👋

First of all, I'd like to thank you for visiting my blog. I hope you can come back, again and again, to check up on any beyond Indonesian or Turkish food or something sweets that you might love. Your comments and emails brighten my days and make this simple blog thing worthwhile 😍💛

When you read the title of this post you maybe think this is savory cookies. But NO! not at all. This is another version of pineapple tarts cookies, but with cheese filling instead of pineapple jam. Are you starting interested? Well, you should (^,^)

Pineapple tarts cookies are one of Indonesian traditional (and some neighboring countries)  cookies that commonly made and serve during a religious holiday such as Eid-el Fitr or christmas along with many other traditional cookies like; kaastengels, putri salju, pastel mini, nastar and more. Check other cookies recipe on "COOKIES" category list.

Nastar isi keju / Cheesy tarts cookies~melt in your mouth

As I mentioned above this cookies is combination/ variation from classic nastar (pineapple tarts cookies). Beside cheese you can also fill this nastar with chocolate or homemade apple jam like I did on my old post. But for me, still classic one with homemade pineapple jam is my best fave. 

For the cookies shell I use NCC's (Indonesian Cooking Club) recipe. And for filling I took from one Indonesian blogger: "Coba-coba yuk" belongs to Isna Sutanto. 

The whole process exactly the same as we make classic nastar. We make the filling first then the cookie shell. The perfect nastar for among Indonesian is should has "melt in your mouth" in texture, smooth and shiny at the outside, no obvious crack and smooth (^,^)
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Membuat susu kental manis sendiri II / Homemade condensed milk II

Selam everybody.... Merhaba from Turkey.

Making your own condensed milk as not as complicated or difficult as your think. What I am going to share today is simple homemade condensed milk. You just need a pan, full fat milk and sugar, also some time to spend in front of your stove.

This is actually my second recipe of condensed milk. I have another version homemade condensed milk using powdered milk that you can check here.
Membuat susu kental manis sendiri II / Homemade condensed milk II #homemadecondensedmilk
Nothing fancy ingredients for making this homemade condensed milk, nor complicated method. Just put milk and sugar into a pan-I prefer heavy bottomed and wide pan- and continuously stirring over medium high heat until you get thicker and slightly yellowish yield. Then you may add vanilla essence to give aroma and butter to give more thickened liquid and rich condensed milk.

Adding butter is optional. I made my condensed milk using this recipe many times now. Some batches I added butter while some other batches I didn't use one. Both result are completely fine, but I prefer didn't add butter if I'm going to use my condensed milk for mixing on my drink for example.


Körili Tavuk ya da hindi / Easy chicken (or turkey) curry

Selam everybody.... Merhaba from Turkey.

If you ask me what one specific food which has many variation... my answer would be curry! Yep... you can find more than 500 kind variation of curry base on ingredients used until where it come from.
As Indonesian of course I like Asian curry- Indonesian, Malaysian, Vietnamese and Thailand curry are my fave!

The definition of curry it self; is name of various braised dishes cooked with some spices to have sharp ad spicy taste. It believed came from South Asia mainly from India which have been spread to all countries in Asia Pacific and Europe

Curry popularity has spread from the Indian subcontinent into the treasury of world cuisine. Every country has different types of curries a distinctive tailored to the tastes of people in the country. Kari has become the world's food, and adopted into Thai cuisine, English cuisine and other country's cuisine

And what I am about to share today is Turkish style curry or in local language they call it Körili TavukKörili literally means with curry (spice) and Tavuk means chicken. Even the popularity is less compare local cuisine, still Körili Tavuk has become cuisine alternative among them.

Usually local people here use double or single pour cream to mix in to their curry, but I use canned coconut milk as I cook my Indonesian curry.


Semprit susu / Condensed Milk Spritz Cookies (eggless)

Selam everybody..... Merhaba from Turkey...

If you are my regular reader of this blog you might notice that these couple weeks I post many cookies recipe. Yep... I made many cookies few days before Eid al Fitr as Indonesian and some other countries' tradition to celebrate Eid Mubarek.

Different from Turkish tradition that serve baklava and share a lot of candy to kids, in my homeland we welcome our guest with jars of various cookies. Check my Cookies category list to see other traditional and classic cookies I had made.

And what I am about to share today is semprit susu or milk spritz cookies made of condensed milk with cornstarch. I found the recipe from one cooking group in facebook. It become new fave and popular among Indonesian baker since it has melt in mouth texture as Indonesian prefer.

Making this cookies is super-easy. You just cream the butter with condensed milk. No electronic mixer require, if you beat the butter until pale and fluffy you might end up with flat cookie. Add in the cornstarch and just use wooden spoon or spatula to combine well. Add the essence as your prefer to give aroma to the cookies. Bake the cookies at low temperature.

Bubur Biji Salak Labu kuning / Indonesian pumpkin tapioca ball sweet porridge

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Selam everybody......Merhaba from Türkiye..

Bubur biji salak literally means snake fruit's stone/seed porridge. 
It's one of the traditional Indonesian food made of tapioca starch mix with ketela/ ubi jalar (same to sweet potatoes). The mixture dough is then shaped like "salak" fruit's stone (slightly oval shape) and cook into boiling water until floating. The balls then cook in thick palm/ coconut sugar sauce, thicken by adding some tapioca/ cornstarch. Served with a tasty slightly savory thick coconut milk. So this dish doesn't use any salak fruit at all in it.

It looks like Bubur candil indeed, but the difference is bubur candil is made of glutinous rice flour. Check this link for making bubur candil.

Although it tastes sweet, this porridge is not categorized as a dessert. I usually like to eat this sweet porridge in the morning for breakfast only as a substitute for rice.

Traditionally biji salak made of ubi jalar/ sweet potatoes puree, but people now days vary it with other tubers like potatoes or pumpkin. And today I am going to share my Biji salak made of pumpkin. I use homemade pumpkin puree, but you can use the canned one.
Before use your pumpkin puree make sure you reduce the water content by cook it first until you get thick consistency.
So let's jump to the recipe and get traditional Indonesian Biji salak on your family table.

Check category Indonesian Snack (jajan pasar/ kue) for more Indonesian Kueh or snack.

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