Before metal graters were invented, there was a time where graters were made only from natural materials. No metals at all. Not many rattan-spikes graters can be found in traditional markets nowadays. At Pengalaman Rasa's kitchen, we count ourselves lucky to be able to still continue using this traditional grater today. #traditionalkitchenutensils #traditionalkitchen
It is a great pleasure to dig-in and learn to cook many local foods which almost forgotten. This one is Palem, a kind of finger-food which is made of a mix of grated coconut, minced shrimps with spicy flavour, and wrapped with Dagdag leaves (a type of edible leaves that farmers usually feed their cattle with). I found this food at a small food stall at Sangsit Village - North Bali, only 20 minutes away from #pengalamanrasa. At Pengalaman Rasa, I recreate it by using minced po
This menu was recreated from the menu of the villagers' of the olden days. Back then, this dish was commonly known in many villages in Bali as Nasi Uyah Lengis - although not commonly shaped into balls. The Uyah Lengis Rice Balls are simply made of steamed white local Bali rice, seasoned with sea salt and traditional home made coconut oil. In the preparation for mini-seminar Rural Entrepreneurship 2016 program which will be held in Rumah Intaran on July 18, we made small bite
It was a great pleasure to host dinner for our guests from Departemen Luar Negeri (Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs), Bali Tourism Board, Badan Promosi Pariwisata Daerah Bali, also Journalists from Panama, Costa Rica, Cuba and Argentina. Thank you for coming to visit us all the way to North Bali.