This morning I just posted on insta-story (feature on instagram) about my typical and favorite breakfast. I found this healthy and helpful for my weight-loss diet program. I have been doing my weight loss diet program since a month ago. I’ve been trying many tricks and diet programs, I still couldn’t say that my weight-loss program has already been succeed. However, I found this menu is one of the diet menu that can control my weight yet I still have eaten another foods in a day. Note that “another foods” that I mean is still under my control. I still need to be picky about what kind of dishes that I intend to eat, and consider the calories contained in the foods. I’ll share you my diet program later. Let me share about how to make my favorite breakfast, I call it Sweet Yogoat (Sweet Yogurt-Oatmeal). Let’s check it out!
For Indonesian, according to the title, it might be appetizing because fish dumpling sauce or I usually call it kuah cukois a kind of sour and spicy sauce for Indonesian Fish Dumpling or kind of Fishcake, named Pempek Palembang. One of my favorite dishes! 😛
Brief Introduction About Pempek
Pempek is a best-known as traditional dishes from Palembang, South Sumatra, Indonesia. This dishes is a kind of fishcake or fish dumpling which made from mackerel fish and tapioca flour (corn starch) as the basic important ingredients. Continue reading “Fish Dumpling Sauce (Kuah Cuko)”→
First of all, the feature image is not mine, but I took from resepumi.com. I forgot to take a picture of my own sweet and sour chicken (but will be updated soon when I cook it again! ) 😛
So hello! Wilkommen!
Welcome back to my blog with another recipe to share. 🙂
For now, I want to share the recipe of sweet and sour popcorn chicken. In Indonesia, it usually can be found in chinese food restaurant and so called ayam koloke. Personally, I looooovvee this food 😀 Because it consists of fried popcorn chicken with sweet and sour sauce. How did I make it? Let’s check it out! 😀 Continue reading “Sweet and Sour Popcorn Chicken (Ayam Koloke)”→