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.
Let’s just try it out!!!
50 gr plain flour
1/4 tsp salt
200 ml coconut milk
400gr minced beef
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp sugar
50 ml coconut milk
1 tbs oil
Telur pindang usually eat with gudeg or warm rice only. You could also make it as your breakfast menu. How to make telur pindang? it’s so easy, if you don’t have shallot or onion skin, you could just use tea bag as the subtitute. Here is the recipe, let’s just try it out.
600 ml water
3 bay leaves
1 cm galangal
1 tbs salt
2 tsp sugar
8-10 shallot /onion skin
Steam eggs. Set aside and let it cool.
Cracked the skin using back of knife. Be careful when you cracked the eggs, don’t hit to hard to make beautiful pattern on it.
Boil water in a pan, put all the ingredients and cook for about 30 minutes with medium heat. Or until the eggs becoming darker.
Don’t know what to say but i missed this kind of food, which called Ketupat Sayur. I usually eat it for breakfast when i was in Jakarta. Me and my husband bought it near my office at bus shelter Kuningan. I really missed it 🙁 My mom usually made it for Christmas or Lebaran. It’s a special food for us. Now I tried to make it by myself. And the taste is not so bad, my husband told me it was a blast 🙂 He never dissapointed me, my cooking always a blast for him. Thanks dad 🙂
250 gr beef
400 ml coconut milk + 600 ml water
salt and sugar to taste
1/2 squash, cut thin slices
20 green beans, cut thin slices
1 carrots, cut thin slices/stick shape
1. Ground all ingredients except beef and coconut milk.
2. Boiled beef until half tender
3. Stir fry grounded ingredients until fragrance come out then pour it into boiled beef.
4. Add all vegetables and coconut milk and cook until beef and vegetables tender.
5. Ready to serve with rice cube, opor ayam/telur and crackers.