Indonesian Chicken Satay has a distinct different with Thai or Malaysian satay. Malaysian and Thai peanut sauce are a bit spicy. While Indonesian’s peanut sauce is sweet. We add kecap manis (Indonesian Sweet Soy Sauce) to the peanut sauce and a squeeze of lime, beautiful combination! For those who like it hot, you can add sambal (chili paste) condiment.
While the recipe looks long, don’t hesitate to try. It’s just I typed down all tips and details to make a perfect satay!
Situated in a vibrant and historical suburb of Woodstock, a stone’s throw away from the Old Biscuit Mill, Melati Spa offers an Indonesian oasis. Melati itself means jasmine in Indonesian. One of jasmine species is Indonesian national flower and most important flower in Javanese weddings. Continue reading Melati Spa – Indonesian Traditional Spa→
Summer is around the corner. It means lots and lots of sunny beach days. What about wearing a hat over your hijab to look a bit more a hijab summer friendly fashion, wait, is there such a thing?! 🙂 Continue reading Hijab and Hats Style→
Nuri Sushi Factory is not your traditional Japanese sushi. It’s a sushi with an African twist. I personally don’t like eating raw fish. But I like sushi. Huh? yup, I would go for prawn or avo or bean curd, etc, but not raw fish. So I’ve found my comfort zone at Nuri’s as they have plenty choices of filling such as tempura tuna, tempura prawn, tempura salmon, biltong. So it’s perfect for those who’d like to try sushi for the first time. Continue reading Nuri Sushi Factory→