♥♥ When two Cultures mixed (。◕‿◕。) Anything in my Page are only simple thing, but I did it with great love.


Resep dalam Bhs İndonesia ada dibagian bawah

Selam everybody.... Merhaba from Türkiye.

As İ mentioned on my previous post, chicken and poultry are most repeatable menu on our dinner table. İt's cheap and my kid's fave protein source.
And my İndonesian grilled chicken is my fave! Please check my post here and here for the recipes.

And today İ will share another delicious grilled chicken with Piri piri marinate sauce İ made before. The spicy savory sour of the piri piri sauce adding the fiery on your chicken (or poultry). You gonna love it.

Making this piri piri chicken is pretty simple, also faster if you have ready to use piri piri sauce you make in ahead before. Check this link for making piri piri sauce in advance.

Every 1 kg chicken (other poultry) you will need about ½ cup of piri piri sauce plus for basting during grilling. Or one whole chicken (about 2 kg) you will need about 1½ cup plus basting during grilling.
Marinate the chicken with the sauce and keep in fridge at least 3 hours before grilled / roasting.
You may prepare the marinating a night before to be grilled in the next day.


Piri Piri sauce. Best recipe to make Piri Piri sauce in advance

Resep dalam Bhs Indonesia ada di bagian bawah

Selam everybody..... Merhaba from Türkiye.

İ love to cook. A lot!
When İ was single, even İ lived alone İ tried to cook for my self when İ wasn't too tired from work. Or İ cooked mostly at weekend together with my friends.

And early time I married my husband, İ spent most of my time in kitchen.
Experimented and tried some new recipes İ never cooked before. More over İ should learn how to cook Turkish food for my husband. So kitchen is my new office after İ got married.

Then there come new phase in my life when İ had my baby. İ couldn't stay in my kitchen as much as before.
Things got changed. İ increased my new interest on sewing and crocheting-and my kitchen schedule less and less for new experiment except fast and easy daily meal for us.

Busy in kitchen still my biggest yearning. So as my kid getting bigger, İ try to be busy trial and error for new recipe in the kitchen ( İ finally succeed bake macarons! ... yay! 😄) 
But still İ need to lessen my time in kitchen cause my kid need more attention and more my present. 

Then İ finally manage having fun in kitchen yet still can play with my kid. İ sometimes bring her to the kitchen to help me - of course an easy part for her 😍
You can see some pictures post of her during makes cake or cookies with me 😊

And now İ found new way to cook fast and serve various menus for my family-- İ make some spices mixture or spice sauce in advance! 
You should check my Yemeni spice Hawaij mix and Turkish spice mix (baharat karışımı) İ posted previously.

And also İ make some frozen friendly recipe --if you are my regular readers you should probably notice that 😃
Check my homemade chicken nugget, shrimps cake "dragon feet", chicken kebab, cheesy chicken balls and more.

Today İ am going to share my new fave spice; Portuguese Piri Piri sauce.
Chicken and poultry are most repeatable protein source in our house so this piri piri sauce is one from many other chicken meal served on our dinner table.


Resep dalam Bhs Indonesia ada dibagian bawah.

Selam everybody....... Merhaba from Türkey.

İ always love roll cake.
İt's like enjoy b'day cake with delish butter cream or whipped cream in small version.

And nothing more refreshing and indulging our summer taste than a fluffy and soft sponge cake rolled with sweet whipped cream and fresh strawberries.
This combination has a perfect balance between sweet and sour, fluffy and creamy and fruity. It’s amazing with a cup of tea in a sunny breezy summer day 😃

İ really enjoy trying and playing with many various recipe for my Swiss Roll Cake. İt gives me many experiences of knowing many roll cake type as much as İ can.

Kaki Naga Udang / İndonesian shrimp cake "dragon feet"

Resep dalam bhs İndonesia ada dibagian bawah.

Selam everybody.....Merhaba from Turkey.

Indonesian cuisine often demonstrates complex flavour, acquired from certain ingredients and bumbu spices mixture. Indonesian dishes have rich flavours; most often described as gurih (savory which equate to umami) and pedas (hot and spicy), and also combination of basic tastes such as manis (sweet), asin (salty), asam (sour) and pahit (bitter). 
Seven main Indonesian cooking methods are goreng (frying), bakar (roasting) or panggang (grilling), tumis (sautéing), sangrai (roasted), rebus (boiling) and kukus (steaming).

Throughout it's history, İndonesian has been involved in trade due to its location and natural resources. Additionally İndonesian indigenous techniques and ingredient were influenced by İndia, middle eastern, China, even Europe.

And as archipelago country with the longest coastline on earth İndonesia has countless type of fish and seafood as protein source beside poultry and meat.

And my today post is one of everybody's favorite and any kids will love it, call "kaki naga". "Kaki naga" literally means dragon feet 😊 . Don't ask me why we call this food dragon feet.. İ don't think it's looking like dragon feet either.

Anyway, this "kaki naga" mostly using minced fish as main ingredient, sometime combine with chicken or shrimp as well. But today İ am going to share shrimp version of "kaki naga" / dragon feet. İ combine with chicken meat to ease the sharp of shrimp taste and also to add texture of final product because when İ use whole shrimp, sometimes it end up with more runny batter. 

So.. if you ready to try new cuisine for your family.. note this recipe down. Believe me your kids would love it too! 😏

#Homemade Apricot Jam with spice aroma

Selam everybody.... Merhaba from Türkey.

Summer peak.
Love anything İ find in my local market.
Fruits or vegetables. İ just love summer! 
And look what İ found today... apricot.. many apricot. We enjoy them simply fresh as it is also it's perfectly yummy as jam.

Since apricot is in peak season now... we can get them so cheap and they are so perfectly ripe, that's what İ am looking for perfect yummy apricot jam.

Different from apricot jam İ usual make, today İ will share my homemade apricot jam with Spice. 
The spice gives mild aroma to the jam which is wonderful.
İ love it!

But if you want to skip the spice, you free to go. Just add lemon juice and zet in it and you'll have yummy homemade apricot jam!

Homemade Apricot Jam with Spice aroma

Homemade Pineapple jam / membuat selai nanas untuk isian nastar

Resep dalam Bhs İndonesia ada di bagian bawah

Selam , Merhaba from Turkiye.

İ am making this pineapple jam for filling my Eid cookies- as our tradition- İndonesian Nastar or pineapple tart cookies. İf you are my regular reader or if you check my cookies category, you should already know that İ made pineapple tart cookies almost like dozen times which you can check here, here, here, or here.

Those only few, besides pineapple jam filling you can also vary with cheese filling, chocolate or homemade apple jam filling. Please do check my "COOKİES" category and find my 40+ cookies collection.

This homemade thick pineapple jam is made for cookies filling, if you want to use as spread you can make it slightly runny.


Resep Kue Kering Good Time / Crunchy Double Chocolate Cookies copycat recipe

Resep dalam Bhs İndonesia ada dibagian bawah

Selam, Merhaba from Turkiye...

Today İ am going to share one of Indonesian favorite cookies. İt's crunchy yet yummy full of chocolate flavor. This cookies actually copycat from popular İndonesian cookies; Good Time cookies. 
And when Eid- el Fitr coming this cookies absolutely presented among other classic İndonesian cookies like İndonesian peanut cookies, nastar (pineapple tart cookies) , kaastengels cookies, spritz butter cookies and more. You can check other cookies recipes İ made on "cookies" category and see my various yummy cookies that you'll love.

This recipe İ got from one of İndonesian food blogger on her İnstagram page. She said it her family fave cookies recipe. And indeed now İ think become my family's fave as well 😍
Thank you Hesti for the recipe.

İf you want to visit her page you can see it here and check amazing recipes (mostly İndonesian food). Say hai to her and tell her İ send you there 😊


HOMEMADE BROWN SUGAR, make from just 2 ingredients.

Selam everybody....Merhaba.

Brown sugar is a sucrose sugar product with a distinctive brown color due to the presence of molasses. Brown sugar is often produced by adding sugarcane molasses to completely refined white sugar crystals to more carefully control the ratio of molasses to sugar crystals and to reduce manufacturing costs.
In general, the lighter the brown sugar, the more delicate the flavor. Very dark or old-fashioned brown sugar has a more intense molasses flavor.

And do you know that you can make this brown sugar at home.. as easy as flip your palm.. and quicker than you go to market! 😏

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