Dear valued customers, Enggi’s Kitchen is pleased to announced that we will be serving take away orders for lunch now. Please click on the Takeaway Lunch Menu at our homepage and find the information on how to order your beloved Indonesian take away. Warm regards.
After a brief pause, Enggi’s Kitchen are stepping out again to serve her customers starting 5 June 2020, Friday from 11.30-2.30 pm at St. Nicholas Market Friday Street Food. And will continue to do so every Friday. There will be a slight change in the market as we traders are obliged to bring our own … More We are back in the market
Today as I open my fridge I found two packets of lamb chop sitting invitingly for me to create something new and exciting. There are some delish recipes to marinate lamb chops but I want to create my own marinade. Luckily my father-in-law is passionate about beekeeping and is a beekeeper himself, situated in Hambrook … More Lamb Chops in SAMBAL Chili Sauce
Here is another idea to use SAMBAL Chili Sauce. A very easy and non-time consuming (apart from dicing the pineapple) dish but the result will make your friends and family wanting for some more! So let’s get started: Ingredients: 500 gr Peeled and ready to cook prawns 1 or half a pineapple cleaned and cut into … More Pineapple and Shrimp in SAMBAL Chili Sauce
A customer, Natasha Johnson who is also an excellent Zumba Instructor has kindly sent her Winter Soup recipe using SAMBAL Chili Sauce in her soup for us to try out. So here it is: Ingredients: 1 Whole Roasted Butternut Squash – peeled no seeds 2 Roasted Sweet Potatoes – peeled 2 roasted Orange Capsicum – no stalk … More Warming Winter Soup in SAMBAL Chili Sauce (Vegan)
I happen to find these lovely Ramiro Peppers at Tesco and decided to create a simple but worth it meal from a combination of various things, this time it is tofu. The sweetness of Ramiro peppers goes well with the sharp jolt of chili and savory tofu stuffings in SAMBAL Chili Sauce, balance with the flavor of … More Grilled Ramiro Peppers with Tofu stuffings in SAMBAL Chili Sauce
Recently I launched SAMBAL Chili Sauce. From my personal experience, chili sauce is good for one thing only, a relish. And then be kept on the larder until further use. Sometimes it stayed there for a long time and be forgotten. And that is what I try to avoid. I want my product to be an … More Tasting time!
This type of cooking in Indonesian is known as Pepes a cooking method of steaming the wrapped ingredients in banana leaves until it becomes tender and then grill the packet. You can make Pepes as complicated as ever, or as simple as only adding SAMBAL Chili Sauce, salt (to taste), lime juice and lemongrass. Let’s get … More Grilled Sea Bass in Banana Leave
ENGGI’S KITCHEN will not be as vibrant as it is today without the help and support of these two exceptionally talented ladies: Ida Ayu Mesi – Isaac joined ENGGI’s KITCHEN in November 2017, like me she is not a trained cook but an engineer by profession back in Indonesia, she is retired now and occupy her … More Introducing the ladies of ENGGI’S KITCHEN
The subtle shock of a balanced chili and lime taste in this very simple ingredient will make a lotta difference to your daily lunch sandwich. You can add this mixture to your tuna/chicken/sliced beef/boiled egg, add a few lettuce, grated carrots, cherry tomatoes, chopped celery and spread it to your favorite type of bread. And there you … More Sandwich fillings with SAMBAL Chili Sauce