Feel so special when fellow blogger appreciated me, as a follower or liker my post here, or give comment here, etc. Today I was awarded Versatile Blogger Award by http://averagesouthafrican.com/
I really feel honor, thanks for that. Its 4th time I got the same award since I activated my blog.
Rules for the award are:
“Thank the person/s who gave you this award. That’s common courtesy. Include a link to their blog/s. That’s also common courtesy. Next select 15 blogs/bloggers that you have recently discovered or have followed for some time. Pick blogs or bloggers that are excellent and nominate those 15 blogs/bloggers for the award. Finally tell the person who nominated you, 7 things about yourself”
And my 15 Versatile Bloggers are:
Be sure to visit these amazing blogs!
And here are 7 things about me :
1. Top Views by Country for all days ending 2014-06-04 (Summarized)
- I have asthma
- I love smiling
- I love children
- I was workaholic
- I love guitar sounds
- I have 703 follower until today (04 June 2014)
So many thanks for this appreciation. Love it. 😀
We can not find this food anywhere, except in Indonesia. And, its rarely too in Indonesia. So.. that’s why I put this here how to make it at home.
1 banana (special banana) cut into thin (Latin: musa balbisiana)
1 red potato cut into rough
2 young guava fruit, seeded and cut into rough
2 kedondong (Spondias dulcis) , peeled and cut into rough
1 young mango cut into rough
1 piece of yam cut into rough
1/2 pineapple peeled, cut into pieces
Materials spice puree using a mortar:
10 pieces of red chili
200 grams of brown sugar fine comb
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon shrimp paste cooked
2 tablespoons tamarind water
How to Make a Rujak Bebeg:
Mash all ingredients in a mortar until smooth.
Enter pieces of fruit gradually while continuing in mashed fruit slowly until the water put out, but not until it is destroyed.
Stir well and serve on a serving plate or glass
See Kedondong Fruit in this link :
This one is : Pisang Kluthuk ((Latin: musa balbisiana)