Home-made lasagna is such an easiest lasagna which is cooked without roaster/oven, all you need is only steamer :D yeay! This is Lasagna Steam! Basically I don't have any roaster, I mean yes I have one but that's the bigger, the old one and that is now on the shed. I was watching "Gula-Gula" on the brightest weekend in 2011 or 2012 *uhm forget* and luckly, Bara Patiradjawane was cooked "Lasagna Steam". I grabbed my phone, then prefer recorded the show than wrote those ingredients or steps hehehehe and last night I found that record. No need more time to think, I jumped to the nearest grocery and bought the ingredient to make this Lasagna! 

I successed to practice it! I made this Lasagna and it cooked well. Veeeeerrrryyyyy well! :) I'd like to share to you how to make it and share some tricky step when I made this dish. I guarantee you want to try it, so just follow the step and practice it with your friends, mom, or your another family member to help you during the cook process. I myself, asked my Sister. Help to cook and help to eat it! :)

So as you know, Lasagna is served layered with white souce, sauteed ground beef, and lasagna pasta. Well, I changed the sauteed ground beef with corned beef sauteed with chop onion mixed with instan bolognese sauce and change the lasagna pasta with wheat bread as the base of Lasagna. Layering only consist of white sauce and bolognese sauteed. For the toping, I spread cheddar cheese at the top of layer. Ah.. it'll melt tasteful :9

Ingredients (white sauce)
- 50gr butter
- 350ml milk
- 3 table spoon flour
- A block of cheddar cheese

- 50gr butter 
- An onion (chop)
- Instant bolognese sauce
- Corned beef
- Sausage (beef/chicken)
- Salt & pepper
- Wheat bread
- A block of cheddar cheese

How to cook :
- Firstly, we would like to make white sauce on the pot with very low heat fire. Melt the butter, 3 table spoon of flour (stir)*, pour the milk*, and cheedar cheese

- After the white sauce is ready, let's start to make sauteed bolognese sauce. Melt the butter, pour the chop onion, and don't forget about corned beef and A pack of instant bolognese sauce.

- Put the sausage, seasoning with a bit salt and pepper

- Bolognese sauce is ready, next step we would like to prepare the steamer while prepared the heat-resistant glass bowl spreaded with butter*

- Put the wheat bread as the first layer/base, and the white sauce as the second layer, and bolognese sauce as the third. Repeat it from the white sauce and covers the last layer with cheddar cheese. Make sure cheese are spreading well and evenly

- Steamt it about 20 to 30 minutes*

- Served it fresh-from-the-oven :) 

* when you make the white sauce, make sure your flour is not too much, because it could damage dominant flavor that supposed to cheese taste
* pour the milk a little bit, don't pour it one time. Keep stir it while you pour the milk
* don't forget to spread the butter on the glass bowl, and choose the thick bowl because this is very important to choose the heat-resistant glass bowl.
* you can use aluminium foil to wrap the bowl to avoid droplets of water or wrap the steamer cover with cloth just like what I did :)

Happy cooking, everyone!

Haiiiiiiiiiiiii! it's been a long day I mean since the first time I posted something at the first day of 2013, then I had to face end test for about a week and know it's time for me to wishing for my final report in this first semester! finger crossed!

While I'm waiting for my final report, I'd like to fill my warm-up holiday by made my favourite menu ever. Corn Soup! Yeaay! Today is a bright Sunday and this is the perfect time to serve this dish because my sister
was also came over. Moreover, recently the weather in Semarang is very extreeme. Even as we know, hard rain just made Jakarta flooding everywhere. I wish the flood will end soon, everything will be okay and no more victims. So that's why I want something warm and savory to eat just like soup!

I made this tutorial to show you, how I made my favourite soup and hope you guys are interested to try it at home :) It's very easy, with a little bit tricky technique that I'll share to you as well.
*quite hard for me to snap some picture, some photos are blur because I had no time to snap it twice or more. My brother helped me but he ignored me and prefer to watched cartoon -_- ah well....

This dish is "Sunshine Cheesy Soup" -- the name is inspired by Sunshine Project of AIESEc LC Undip which is held on this month till February :D and again, the most dominant color in this soup is yellow from shaved cord and orage from carrot, just like the sun :) 

Ingredients :
Shaved corn
Salt & Pepper
Chicken bouillon powder
An egg
Flour/Cornstarch (maizena)
Chop-Chicken stew

How to cook :
- Chop the onion, carrot, chicken stew, sausage

- Mix the garlic with salt and pepper traditionaly *using 'cobek'

- Melt the butter and then put the garlic that has already mixed with salt and pepper, cook until the onion is wilt then pour it with some water

- After boiling the water, put the carrot, chop-chicken stew, shaved corn, and seasoning it with salt, pepper, sugar and a tea spoon of chicken bouillon powder

- Mix it all then put the cheese, sausage and whisk egg while you're stir the soup gently in one time*

- Little bit of  flour or cornstarch (maizena) to make it like puree as you wish and all done! :)

*keep stir the soup slowly while you are pouring the whisk egg to make it perfect with fibrous texture and remember to use the low heat stove

Eat the dish! perfectly served with extra cheese on top :p Bon app├ętit!!

Happy New Year, dear fellas! So happy spending this week for end-year and christmas holiday. I think I miss my college mates and ready to fight again in every subject of college, and then I'll be ready for UAS! hahahah bismillah ~

Well, happy birthday Roga Setiawan! The 'boss' is turned into 20 years old and we've prepared for some surprise party for him by brought in Zulfa to the downtown hahaha he was a bit surprised with it. Then we spent the rest of that day by spending time together, sat in the corner of a tea bar and had a gooood goooood gooood time until the sun drowned at the evening

The next day, I went to the Kampoeng Kopi Banaran to spent the last day of 2012 by exploring coffee plantations behind the coffee shop itself. Banaran Coffee Plantation's area is approximately 400 acres and produce coffee beans once a year during the transition season the archipelago. It actually state-owned company engaged in the field of spices and plantation crops, so does the 'Banaran' itself. It's like the company, inside the company. Cool. I just knew that. 

freaky to be announcer on video -__- 


the cost is only 50K for one cart and it's accommodate until 7 person and carry you exploring coffee plantations

Have a wonderful 2013, people! Goodluck for everything :)