Sunday, November 17, 2013


This is the last part of my 'blue' series.
I close this series with a complete dishes that made from kembang telang.
There are three kinds of dishes: blue tea, ketan biru and crispy kembang telang.
You have known about two dishes before, for the last one is my new experiment.

To make 'crispy kembang telang' we need:
  • 30 pcs fresh  kembang telang flowers
  • 1 pc egg
  • 4 tablespoons wheat flour
  • 1 tablespoon water
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon pepper powder
  • Cooking oil

Beat the egg, then add water, wheat flour, salt and pepper.
Whisk all of the ingredients until we get a smooth batter.

Dip the flowers into the batter.
Then fry it in the medium heat oil.
Fry it until the battered flowers are turning to golden brown.

Lift and drain it.
The crispy kembang telang are ready to be served.

All the dishes have been served.
Everything that I know, I have shared to you all.
I hope this series give you more information.

I wish all of the parts are useful and informative.
And you could enjoy whole of this series.
So see you on the next monthly series.
Have a nice weekend with the 'blue'.


  1. Haha, at first glance I thought there were shrimps on the plate, but these are the crispy tembang telang. I think this was a great series of blue food and flowers, I will miss the blues but I am sure you will make a next beautiful series.

    1. My son also didn't know if he was eating his favorite flowers. Tasteless flowers... Thank you, you have enjoy this series.

  2. It's a good job that you have a ready supply of flowers. This recipe is similar to how you can use courgette flowers.

    1. Thank you. I have never heard before if courgette flowers could be a special dishes. Sound so interesting, I have to try this one.

  3. So much blue and it was all from a flower! Such a nice shade of blue.

    1. I think others colors are so usual. Now, we get lot of things from a blue flower.

  4. Dish looks exquisite.
    I also thought it was shrimp.
    I wish I had not taken advantage of the provision.
    I wish you a nice week.

    1. I think it's good for vegetarian.
      Have a wonderful day