Martabak Manis Ovomaltine

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MARTABAK MANIS OVOMALTINE

Source : Pawonike

Ingredients A:
– 125 gr self raising fluor
– 25 gr sugar
– 1/4 sdt salt
– 175 ml water
– 1/2 sdt dry yeast

Ingredients B:
– 2 eggs
– 1/8 sdt baking soda

Additional ingredients:
– sugar
– margarine
– ovomaltine
– meises
Methods:
1. Mixed ingredients A (except dry yeast) using whisk until smooth, add dry yeast, mixed well, closed with plastic wrap and let it for about 2 hrs.
2. Whisk egg, then add baking soda from ingredients B into batter then mixed well.
3. Preheat pan using medium heat. Pour batter into pan then reduce heat. Cook using very low heat. When some hole form, spread sugar on it and put the lid on. Continue cooking until well cooked.
4. Set aside and put on cutting board. Half it. When it still hot, basting it with margarine and spread meises and ovomaltine. Put it all together.
5. Ready to serve.

martabak manis ovo

 

Sate Donat Tape Singkong

 

 

Always make fermented cassava my self then got some left over. Try to make something different and browsing some recipe until i found this interesting recipe here. All member of my family love doughnut 🙂  So just lets try it out!

Ingredients:

  • 300 gr bread/pizza flour
  • 100 gr plain flour
  • 10 gr dry yeast
  • 50 gr sugar
  • 15 gr milk powder
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 200 gr tape singkong (fermented cassava)
  • 1 egg
  • 200 ml cold water
  • 40 gr margarine
  • 1 tsp salt
  • canola oil

 

 

Methods:

I used breadmaker so I just put all ingredients in order (liquid first then solid ingredients). Choose dough menu and start.

After the dough ready, weigh around 15r each and make round shape. Do it until dough finished.

Heat the oil in the pan.

Fry it in the hot oil until golden brown.

Put the doughnut on the stick make like satay. And sprinkle some icing sugar on top.

Ready to serve.

 

The result wasn’t so bad at all. The texture is light even though it’s not as light as potato doughnut.

Sosis solo

sosis solo

 

Sosis Solo has been known as the specialty snack from Solo, is made of chopped beef combined with spices wrapped in a thin egg crepes. It’s similar with rissoles but has different kind of filling. Some people said that sosis solo get influenced by sausage roll (Dutch food). The story comes when the colonial came to Indonesia, they ate sausage roll which has minced beef inside wrap with pastry. Because it’s difficult for local people to get sausage roll and of course it’s expensive as well then they come with their creativity try to make food that is similar with sausage roll. They change pastry with the mixture of flour, egg and water. They still used minced beef for the filling but in a simple way and using small amount to reduce the cost. And the most important is the taste be adapted to our local taste. And since that time sosis solo becoming popular. You could easily find it in the market.

sosis solo

 

Let’s just try it out!!!

Sosis Solo

Crepes ingredients:
50 gr plain flour
1/4 tsp salt
200 ml coconut milk
2 eggs
oil

Filling:
400gr minced beef
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp sugar
50 ml coconut milk
1 tbs oil
1 egg

Grounded Ingredients:
2 cloves shallot
5 cloves garlic
1/2 tsp coriander seed
5 candlenuts
1/8 tsp cumin

Methods:

  1. Crepes: Mixed well flor, salt, coconut milk and egg.
  2. Basting pan with butter and make a thin crepes using medium heat. Set aside. Do until all the mixture finished.
  3. Filling: Stir fry grounded ingredients. Add minced beef and cook until it change colour. Add coconut milk, salt and sugar. Cook until dry.
  4. Crack egg on the top and mixed well quickly while it hot.
  5. Finishing: Took one crepes, put filling on the top and wrap like envelope.
  6. Heat oil in a pan. Dip it into the egg then fry it until golden brown.
  7. Ready to serve

 

 

sosis solo

Green Tea Chiffon Cake

Green Tea Chiffon Cake

 

 

For all green tea lover, this cake would

Ingredients:

part A:

7 egg yolks

100 ml canola oil

100 ml fresh milk

75 gr plain flour

25 gr matcha green tea

1/4 tsp baking powder

1/2 tsp soda kue

Part B:

7 white eggs

159 gr sugar

1/4 tsp cream of tar-tar

How to Make:

1. Preheat the oven 160?. Sifter the flour, matcha green tea, baking powder and soda kue. Add canola oil and fresh milk. Mix well then add egg yolk one by one. Mix again until becoming a paste.

2. Using the electric mixer, mix together white eggs, sugar and cream of tar-tar until it stiff.

3. Pour part B into part A and mix well slowly using the spatula.

4. Pour the batter into the chiffon pan. Then bake in the oven for about 1 hr.

5. After it done, try to put the skewer into the cake and it finished when the skewer come out clean. Put the cake upside down and let it cool.

 

Green Tea Chiffon Cake