This time, the Bucharis held meet and greet at the youngest; our beloved Aunt Upah.
The location maybe different, but the taste and dominant color in dining table stay the same: Red.
We love our balado! (Spiced Chilli paste)
Tambuso (Veal’s intestine stuffed with whipped tofu and eggs) in coconut milk broth
Rendang Jengkol (Dogfruit), bigger size than stinky bean but has similar left after smell
Crispy beef Balado
We called it Springbed-Ommelete (Deep fried heavily-whipped egg and sambal)
Young generations of Buchari: Amy, he’s a newly wed dentist and the family’s religious leader
Young generations of Buchari: Andra, neurosurgeon from dokterandra.com and balado aficionado, he said Ramadhan is about positive thinking and be with the family
Young generations of Buchari: Iqbal, the eldest and one of beurocrate in the family
Martabak, much beloved salty snacks while waiting the meal cooked
Lepat Sogan, heavy snacks made from sticky rice, fresh coconut shreds, banana and a little bit palm sugar. Savory and sweet filling treat.
We have a pop up family gathering at one of the Buchari’s family’s house. I found this cute banana enveloped food.
They said, it is a Lepat Bugis.
Its a package of sweet and savoury treat. A party in your mouth snack or a succulent dessert.
Made from sticky rice flour with sweetened fresh shaved coconut and crushed peanut, steamed in banana leaf.
Hmmm fragrant voluptuous humble gift for your tastebuds.