Sate Kakul, the Balinese term for freshwater snail which normally lives in the rice fields. It's marinated with the mixture of shallot, garlic, salt, palm sugar, ginger, etc. Can be served with plecing sauce.
Ginger Orange Chicken with Coconut Rice... Maybe the prettiest platter of food ever served! Special grilling technique insures moist tender chicken every time (even when Grilling). An INCREDIBLE Asian Orange ginger sauce and a recipe for the MOST COCONUT(Y) RICE EVER. LOOKS GREAT AND TASTES GREAT... SPECTACULAR oh and easy
Balinese Chicken (Ayam Pelalah): It’s basically shredded chicken. The chicken is first grilled and then tossed with many aromatic Balinese spices. It’s one of the most scrumptious Balinese recipes and it’s iconic to Bali. Ayam pelalah is commonly served as a side dish or as a compliment for nasi campur Bali or Balinese mixed rice. #chicken #grilled
Rainy Day reminds me of Sekoteng | Sekoteng is an Indonesian traditional ginger based hot drink. It is made from ginger simple syrup served with sagoo pearls (biji mutiara), palm fruits (kolang-kaling), diced breads (roti potong), peanuts (kacang tanah), and condensed milk (susu kental manis). It's sweet and warming our body during a chilly weather ~ V.Samperuru
Escargots à la Bourguignonne (Snails in Garlic–Herb Butter)
In France, you can buy snails already stuffed with garlic and herb butter. If you have snail plates, there is no need to bother with baking them on a bed of rock salt. You can get snail plates, tongs, and forks really cheap online.