Savory Martabak - Delicious As a Snack and Loved by Everyone

Martabak Telor or Savory Martabak is very delicious as a snack and as a company for white rice as a side dish. This snack is loved by many people especially in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. 

We use so much leeks and eggs to make this savory and delicious snacks. And it's pretty easy to make. You can make your eat table in just short of time the place where the whole family keeps coming back to taste this snacks. Everybody would love this. No doubt about it.

Use the paste of gulai to make this snack.

The ingredients to make the paste:
  • 5 Red chilies
  • 10 shallots
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 5 candlenuts
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 1 tbs coriander powder
  • 1/2 tsp anise
  • 1/4 tsp fennel seeds
  • Salt

Make a smooth paste of this above ingredients. You can use food processor if you like it. It's fast and easy. Or you can use mortar and pestle in traditional way. Set the paste aside.

The ingredients for the martabak:
  • 1 kg leeks (you can also use spring onions, but leeks is much cheaper and less work than spring onions), chopped
  • 12 medium eggs
  • 1 kg grounded meat (use low fat meat, don't use grounded pork, it's too fat)
  • 1 pack lumpia sheets
  • Vegetable oil

  • Set a wok on the medium fire without oil, add the grounded meat. Stir it occasionally until the sauce from the meat almost gone
  • Add the paste that you're already made. Mix it with the meat until well. Remove from the fire.
  • Add into the big bowl, the chopped leeks, the eggs and the grounded meat. Mix it together until well. Add some salt if needed.
  • Spread out the lumpia or spring roll sheets and put some of the mix in the middle of it, Fold one side and follow the left and the right side. And at the edge of the sheets make it tight with some eggs mix. It has to be flat, not as a lumpia.
  • Baked in the flat pan with a little bit oil, on low fire. Be careful, the fire not too high, the martabak would be baked too soon but the inside it's not really done.
  • Ready to serve


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