View the short video on how to make Martabak Telur at:
Martabak, from Arabic word: مطبق (meaning folded). Martabak widely found in Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, Yemen, Singapore and Brunei. Depending on the country, each has different name and different filling. I remember I tried martabak in Mecca, it taste quite different compare to Indonesian one.
There are two dish that called martabak in Indonesia, one referring to this martabak, hence it is called Martabak Telur, in English, literally means, Eggs Martabak due to the eggs filling, otherwise, the right English grammar should be, Savoury Martabak… (ehem..look who is lecturing grammar..:-) Continue reading Martabak Telur (Curried Minced Beef & Eggs Filling in Spring Rolls Pastry )
Following my posting on Six of Kauai Stores Are No Longer Halaal, please find the updated lists of 15 NON HALAAL KAUAI stores.
- Western Cape:
2. Eden on The Bay Continue reading Updated List of 15 Non Halaal KAUAI Stores
If you’d read my post on Staycation at Luxurious Apartment in Cape Town, you would probably recall that my family and I visit our Indonesian family annually [lets hope it will stay annually.. pls hubby..? 😉
Years ago, the flight duration used to be shorter as we used to fly SQ and MAS. Roughly it took around 11-13 hrs from CT to Sing or KL, then 1-2 hrs from Sing/KL to Jakarta. Sadly, MAS has stopped its CT route and SQ’s ticket is ridiculously expensive in the holiday seasons. So we switched to more affordable Qatar Airways or Emirates Airlines. That means longer route. Roughly around 9 hours CT- Doha/Dubai and another 9 hour to Jakarta. Plus transit times and checking times etc, approximately takes about 30 hrs from our CT’s bed to Jakarta’s bed. Continue reading Tips on Long Haul Flights With Young Children
KAUAI has made some changes, among others, re-branding, changes in menus, new concept stores and… some stores are no longer HALAAL!
The “no longer halaal” part was quite disappointing for me. However Alhamdulillah, I learn that most of Kauai stores are still Halaal. Continue reading Six of KAUAI Stores are No Longer Halaal
School holiday is near once again. One of our favorite holidays is “staycation” meaning staying in accommodation around Cape Town. Yup, as family with young children we don’t particularly like long drive. It’s just like watching Donkey in Shrek saying “..are we there yet..?” every 30 minutes but instead of one donkey, multiply it by three munchkins! So, there, we save the “are we there yet” for the really long, over 24 hrs annual trip to my beloved country, Indonesia.
Indonesia has lots of variety of drinks, many of them made from fresh fruits. My kiddies and hubby love Jus Alpokat more than other jus (fresh juices/ smoothies) in Jakarta. I know you think… huh avo for drinks…? but trust me, try it while avocado is in season now. It’s healthy, it’s thirst-quenching, much much better and healthie than consuming soft drinks! Continue reading Jus Alpukat (Avocado Smoothie)
Acar (vegetable pickled) is a condiment that accompanying many of Indonesian dishes. Such as Sate Ayam (Chicken Satay), Nasi Goreng (Fried Rice), Mie Goreng (Fried Noodle), Martabak, Gule Kambing (Lamb Curry), Opor Ayam (Chicken Curry), the list will be added along with new recipes 🙂
There are other types of acar such as Acar Kuning ( Curried Acar), that is (from my observation) where Cape Malay Pickled Fish come from. Continue reading Acar (Pickled Vegetable)