Pastel Recipe


Pastel is the name of a snack or a drink in Indonesia. It is a kind of paste then fill with a stuffing different. I do not know exactly where the food source of origin, because they are also

similar to food in other countries. But it is popular throughout the country and the only thing that makes the difference is the filling. There are two kinds of Pastel in Indonesia. It has the normal size, which is usually filled with carrots, potatoes, chicken / beef, boiled egg and bean thread noodles (Soun). , While the other mini-Pastel, which is smaller, fill Subscribe (dried meat) and snacks usually mild.


- 250 g of wheat flour
- 40 g butter - 1 egg
- 1 / 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 / 2 teaspoon salt - 60 ml of warm water

Dadar Gulung recipe

Dadar Gulung is one of the most popular snack in Indonesia, especially Java. Dadar Indonesian literally means pancake while gulung means to roll Inside, the coconut sugar as a filling and usually a green pancake, which comes from pandanus leaves. Pandan is a tropical herbaceous plant with long green leaves, which can be found throughout Indonesia. It is very aromatic and has a unique taste that can be used for many Indonesian desserts, cakes and drinks. It can be purchased as a ready-to-use paste in the Asian stores. Or if you buy it fresh, you pound into a paste, add water and then filtered and just take the juice for coloring.


- 250 g grated coconut
- 150 grams of palm or 100 g caster sugar
- 1-3 inch cinnamon stick
- 100 ml of water

Bakwan Udang recipe

In Surabaya, the meal is known as OTE OTE (meaning "naked" in English) - do not ask me why, while in other cities, they called Bakwan Udang (shrimp dumplings). I do not know how behind this meal comes from. But in my home town is a popular snack, and easy to find. I can buy some food stall selling different kinds of snacks. Here, as usual ... I must do it by myself. Fortunately it is easy to do and not really take much time.


- 100 g bean sprouts
- 2 carrots, peeled, thinly sliced ​​
- a piece of celery, chopped
- 50 g small shrimp, cleaned and washed
- 50 g plain flour paste spices
- 2 onions
- 2 cloves garlic