Bread ala mbak Hesti with choco cheese banana filling

Last week I was had a picnic at the park with some friends. Didn’t know yet what to bring, until the last day I choose to make amris. Already prepared it in the morning before the day. But at night, when I went for shopping, I met one of my friend who will come to the park tomorrow and she said she want to bring risoles, the same as me 🙁 Wow, should made another food, I decided to bake some bread. I remember the bread that was posted by mbak Hesti from Hesti Kitchen. It’s really challenging me. And some of my friends ever asked me to bring banana chocolate bread that I ever posted here. I would make bread with the same filling but different in bread recipe. And I made roti sobek as well with cheese, chocolate and choco cheese filling. And for the banana bread I made with different shape with the one that I ever made before.

Recipe by mbak Hesti


400 gr bread flour (high protein flour)

200 gr plain flour

120 gr castor sugar

1 sachet dry yeast

2 tbs milk powder

3 egg yolks

1 tsp salt

75 gr margarine

300 ml warm water


Banana, chocolate sprinkles, grated cheese


  1. Mix dry yeast and 150 ml warm water in a glass, and set aside for about 15 minutes

  2. Put into a bowl bread flour, powder milk, sugar. Make a small hole in the middle then put margarine and egg yolks inside. Knead those ingredients until springy. This time I used spiral mixer tool.

  3. Put warm water and dry yeast mixture inside bit by bit and knead again until stretchy.

  4. Set aside and cover the dough with dry clothes or plastic wrap for about 30 minutes-1 hour or until the dough double in size.

  5. Using your fist, punch dough down. Then take around 40-50 gr of dough and make a small ball. Set aside for about 10 minutes.

  6. Form any shape you like and put the filling inside. Put in a pan that already polish with oil or margarine. Then cover it again with dry clothes for about 30 minutes.

  7. Preheat oven 200’C. Before put the those dough into the oven. Polish the top of the dough with egg yolk and I put some grated cheese.

  8. Put in the oven until golden brown about 20 minutes.

  9. Transfer to the cooling rack.

  10. Ready to eat


you could find the original recipe here.


Please enjoy it as all my friends enjoy it so much 🙂

Sambal Bawang

Sambal Bawang

Recipe by Peppy Nasution


250 grams red chilies, discard the seed

50 grams small hot chili

300 grams shallots

50 grams cloves garlic

120 ml sunflower oil


2 – 3 tbs ground dried shrimp


  1. In a pan, stir fry whole chilies, shallots and garlics until wilted. Remove from the pan and drain. Leave the oil in the pan.

  2. In a food processor, add the sauted chilies-shallot mixture with salt and ground dried shrimp and process.

  3. Re-heat the pan with oil, transfer the grinded chilies and shallot mixture. Stir fry until done or the colour change to darken. Cool down at a room temperature.

  4. Put into a jar and keep it in the fridge.

You could find the original recipe here.

Bebek Goreng

Bebek Goreng

Recipe by Syanti Dewi


1 duck, cut into 8-10 pieces

500 ml coconut juice (I skipped)

Oil (I used sunflower oil)


8 cloves shallot (I used 4 cloves shallot since shallot here bigger than in Indonesia)

4 cloves garlic

1 tbs coriander seed (I used 1 tbs coriander powder)

2 cm ginger (I used 1 tsp ginger powder)

3 candlenuts

1/2 tsp sugar

1/2 tsp turmeric powder


2 bay leaves

1 lemon grass

galangal 2 cm

tamarind + salt + vinegar (I skipped)


I used slow cooker this time to make it easier. I just put all the ingredients and duck pieces into it. After the duct tender, take it from the slow cooker. Heat the oil in the frying pan. Fry it until dried and the color turn into brown. Serve with rice, raw veggie(cucumber, lettuce and tomato) and sambal/chili. This time I used sambal bawang.

You could find the original recipe here.

Enjoy it!!!