Monday, November 16, 2009

Kue Serabi Bandung

If you are visiting Bandung, give a try of the Kue Serabi Bandung which is one of the famous Indonesian traditional pancakes, made from rice starch/flour mixed with coconut milk with different kind of toppings.

If you are looking for an authentic taste, I will recommend the Oncom topping. Oncom is sediment of soy bean or peanut fermented by specific mold - an authentic food from West Java.

The traditional way of making Kue Serabi Bandung.

No electric stove but instead using wood.



Kue Serabi Bandung with Oncom topping
You can also have kue serabi with grated cheese.
It's tasty and rich of flavor.

Interested to read other Indonesian traditional pancakes? You can read:
Kue Serabi Solo
Martabak Mini
Kue Ape

36 comments:

  1. hmm...looks yummy...made with charcoal fire should be more tasty! sure take note if I were to visit Bandung!

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  2. must be aromatic with Oncom topping!

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  3. Oh how delicious this looks!!! I love the photos!

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  4. it looks special! it looks a little like putu mayam (can't rmb how to spell) would love a try!

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  5. SG: Don't forget to give it a try when you visit Bandung :)

    foodbin: It is :) Have you eaten Oncom before?

    sarah: thank you, Sarah! :)

    ai wei: Kue serabi is completely different than putu mayam ;)

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  6. oh this looks so cool, I really enjoy the traditional way of cooking.

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  7. Nice pancakes and as usual the one with cheese please.

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  8. HW: it's always interesting to see the traditional way of cooking, ya? :)

    worldwindows: Love stuff with cheese too :D

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  9. This pancake looks so interesting! It must have a wonderful delicious smoky flavor! Yum!

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  10. Hmmnn..I'll have it with grated cheese..

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  11. not only nice to eat.. it looks so cute!

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  12. hmm.... seem delicious. If I have the chance would like to try! Thanks for sharing!

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  13. FLaB: It looks different than the usual pancake and the taste ;)

    peachkins: the ones with grated cheese are also yummy :)

    agentcikay: hi.. thanks for dropping by here :)

    FP: glad to share about this kue serabi bandung :)

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  14. Delicious pancakes especially topped with cheese, yum!

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  15. A unique stove...the pancakes does look a bit familiar like ours.

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  16. The pancakes look delicious!

    What a lovely stove too!

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  17. Yum, what a tasty pancake! I'm such a sucker for things like that.

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  18. My, do they hv this in jakarta itself or its only a Bandung thing?
    I love pancakes! or anything w flour and eggs ;p

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  19. Wow I like how the texture of these look, they almost rise up a bit, which is cool :)

    Sign me up with some bean paste dude. Wait, never thought I'd say those words before in a sentence :)

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  20. 5SF: Don't we love cheese on a pancake? :)

    ck lam: oh.. yes, the apom balik, right? :)

    sophie: it's different than the usual ones ;)

    mica: yeah... I guess I'm too :)

    mary: tasted different though... because of the ingredients ;)

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  21. TNG: Yes, we do have it here in Jakarta but not as authentic as in Bandung :)

    adam: hahahaha... not so sure whether there's with bean paste topping ;)

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  22. those look so good. I'll take one with cheese please :-P

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  23. monica: *gives one serabi with cheese topping* ;)

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  24. wait, there's a rather similar type of snacks made by the Malays here in M'sia.
    i've no idea what they're called, but they're savoury, with minced dried shrimp with sambal topping. kinda nice, to be enjoyed with sweet milk tea.

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  25. j2kfm: really? but you are not talking about apom balik right? hehehe... It sounds yummy! Whoa.. sweet milk tea as tea tarik? :)

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  26. It looks like the kueh tu tu I am familiar with, but these have so many kinds of toppings :)

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  27. tigerfish: Kue tu tu? sounds so cute... I wonder how it tasted :)

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  28. They really look delicous. Interesting picture of the cooking.
    xxx

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  29. DA: still using a traditional way of cooking :)

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  30. laveena: don't forget to try it when you visit Indonesia next time, it's a nice vegetarian dish ;)

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  31. I love seeing how these foods are traditionally made. What a tasty looking treat. I'm a big fan of the pancake in any form, savory or sweet.

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  32. look so different compare to the malaysian version..

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  33. Oooo... another super delicious goodies! Oh my, you've to send this over too lol!

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  34. lori: pancake is wonderful, whether it's savory or sweet :)

    taufulou: the apom balik? It's more like our sweet martabak :)

    MLS: hahaha... I wish to send it to you!

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