Rujak: Flavor Feast in One Bite

Rujak is one of the dishes that enrich Bali's culinary feast. It is generally made of various fruits that are peeled and sliced thin, and then mixed with a special sauce that is sweet, salty, sour, spicy, and savory. Rujak is usually served as dessert, but for Balinese, especially rujak lovers, it is great anytime. [...]

August 12th, 2017|Culinary, Komaneka|0 Comments

Satay Night: savoring your own handmade satay!

Ubud offers many different dining experiences. But if you are craving a dinner that excites a feeling of real Bali, consider SATAY NIGHT by Komaneka Resorts. Charmingly situated in our shady garden at Komaneka at Monkey Forest, Satay Night is held regularly to invite you to experience the fun of making your own satay. Satay [...]

June 24th, 2017|Culinary, Events, Komaneka|0 Comments

Star Anise – a gorgeous spice

Star anise (Illicium verum) or kembang lawang is a unique spice in the shape of a star, five to ten pointed boat-shaped sections, about eight on average. Star anise is the fruit of a small oriental tree that is native to China and Vietnam. Nowadays, it is widely used as food flavoring as well as [...]

May 15th, 2017|Culinary, Komaneka|0 Comments

Abug Gobes – Komaneka’s Sweetness Secret

Komaneka Kitchen highlights the rich flavors of Bali's culinary heritage in our daily service, from main course to traditional light snacks. One of Komaneka's favorite is Abug Gobes. Abug is an authentic Indonesian dish from Bali. The main ingredient of abug is cassava, widely used as a snack and easy to find, especially in the [...]

May 6th, 2017|Culinary, Komaneka|0 Comments

An indescribable taste: Pepes Ikan Kecarum

Taste is a mystery. Everyone experiences it a bit differently. And taste is always an adventure. At Komaneka, one famous dish is our special Pepes Ikan Kecarum—spiced snapper fillet grilled in a banana leaf. Unlike other pepes ikan that you may find in Bali, our Pepes Ikan Kecarum is unique. What makes it special? It’s [...]

March 18th, 2017|Culinary, Komaneka|0 Comments

Sate Lilit: Bali’s Specialty Satay

Balinese festive cuisine is based the practice of giving offerings of sacrificial meats at religious ceremonies such as temple festivals, weddings, and cremations. Because it begins with ritual slaughter, ceremonial cooking is carried out by the men of the community. A portion of the meat is reserved for offerings, but the rest is served as [...]

July 10th, 2016|Culinary, Events, Komaneka|0 Comments

Nasi Campur: a Mini Feast of Balinese Home-Cooking

Did you ever wonder what Balinese housewives cook for their families? It is summed up in the dish called nasi campur. Nasi means rice, and campur (pronounced ‘cham – poor’) means ‘mixture’. Nasi campur is basically rice with small amounts of lauk pauk — the intensely flavored meats and vegetables which act as condiments. Rice [...]

June 9th, 2016|Culinary|0 Comments

Refreshing Ginger Beer Recipe

Komaneka's homemade Ginger Beer is a tangy, very mildly alcoholic and wonderfully refreshing beverage made entirely of natural ingredients. We are pleased to share our recipe. The process takes about 4 days. INGREDIENTS Grated ginger 200 gr Sugar water 500 gr Water 2.5 liter Four whole limes DIRECTIONS Combine all ingredients, put in a bottle [...]

April 30th, 2016|Culinary, Komaneka|0 Comments