Pisang Bolen

Pisang ( banana) Bolen is Indonesian baked bread pastry with crust layers similar to those of croissant, baked flour with butter or margarine layers, filled with cheese and banana. Other variants uses durian fillings. The cake demonstrate European pastry influences. These snack is also one of the famous one in Bandung Indonesia. The bakery Kartika Sari who introduce these Pisang Bolen to the…

Kue Pukis

Well well well look who is showing up! Yes, Kue Pukis is in Dapur Kornhills 😂 Kue pukis is one my favorite jajanan when I was little. I still remember I had an afternoon school and many moms from the area we lived, hired a minibuss to pick up us to-from the school. After school we…

Bolu Jadul / Sponge Cake

I am back home again and the first thing I did was baking this amazing Sponge Cake glazed with creamcheese butter, and topped half with grated cheese and chocolate sprinkles. OMG.. Bener2 kaya bolu jadul banget! Setelah bbrp lama ngiler pengen bolu jadulnya @lidiatanod tapi ga kesampean, akhirnya aku memutuskan untuk mencoba baking sendiri. Thanks…

Västerbotten Pie

Västerbotten Ost Paj – Västerbotten Cheese Pie. This is one of the best classic pie in Sweden. Normally we served this during the midsummer tradition party. Served with homemade Red Onions Pickled, Caviar, Creme Fraiche & Dill. I don’t have the at home, so I just made the Red Onions Pickled for serving and it…

Terang Bulan or Martabak Manis or Hok Lo Pan

Martabak Manis or Terang Bulan or Hok Lo Pan is a very popular night snack in Indonesia. The Hok Lo People from Bangka Belitung created this thick pancake. You can choose the filling for this thick pancake either with choco sprinkles, sesame seeds, crushed toasted peanut, condensed milk or with grated cheese, choco sprinkles and…

Kue Kastengels

Kastengel or kue keju is Dutch influenced-Indonesian cheese cookie in the form of sticks, commonly found in the Netherlands and Indonesia. The name describes its ingredients, shape and origin; kaas is the Dutch word for “cheese”, while stengels means “sticks”. Unlike most cookies, kaasstengels taste savoury and salty instead of sweet. In Indonesia, owed to its colonial links to the Netherlands, kaasstengels, together with nastar and kue putri salju are the popular kue kering (dried kue or cookie) during festive occasion, such as Natal (Christmas) and Lebaran (Eid al…