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3 Resep Fusion Food Ala TravelBeib

It's nice to welcome the weekend with an empty schedule. No wedding invitations. No work out of town. Not to mention the children's activity schedule. This means I can spend all day at home with my family. From leyeh-leyeh, watching movie marathons or cooking by making fusion food recipes.

Because last weekend I was too lazy to hold my phone. Plunge into the kitchen is my choice. Incidentally in the refrigerator there are still many ingredients that have not been used. Instead of expired and wasteful. So I was creative according to the ingredients.

I made three recipes. From Japanese, Italian and Indian food. If the restaurant language or cool anyway, fusion food menu. But in the language of my parents, it's just a waste of ingredients. LOL. If you eat at a restaurant the price can be expensive. Now the result of the creation of 3 resep fusion food ala TravelBeib This. Guaranteed delicious and all the ingredients are still affordable.


For the ingredients that I mentioned the brand. Absolutely not endorsed by any brand. All are what I usually use. And according to my taste. So if you want to use other brands, go ahead.

Spaghetti Cheese Mentai

Spaghetti Cheese Mentai

The first fusion main course recipe. A fusion of Japanese, Italian and American food. Japanese for the butter sauce. Italian for the pasta. American for the grilled chicken. The reason for making this recipe. Because I don't like eating mentai with rice. I ran out of salmon at home and had chicken fillet. To make it more practical. Just grilled the chicken.


  1. Spaghetti 500 gr

  2. Boneless chicken (chicken fillet) 500 gr

  3. Marinade the chicken with salt and pepper to taste

  4. Soy sauce/shoyu

  5. Nori or seaweed powder

  6. Mozzarella cheese

  7. Mini oven or gas torch (bisa beli di sini)

Mentai sauce ingredients:

  1. Mayonnaise brand Mayumi - Because the texture of the mayonnaise is thick and tastes a little sweet

  2. Jawara chilli sauce - Because it's just the right amount of spiciness

How to make:

  1. Boil the spaghetti. Don't let it get too mushy. Drain.

  2. Grilled chicken that has been seasoned with garlic until cooked.

  3. Slice the chicken to your preferred thickness. I prefer slices that are not too thick and not too thin. It eats better.

  4. Mentai sauce: mix 10 tbsp mayo, 3 tbsp chili sauce and 1/2 tsp soy sauce. Stir until smooth. Add more sauce, if you want it spicier. Add 1 tbsp water, if the sauce is still thick. Just don't make it too thin.

  5. Set up pyrex or similar. Don't bowl big.

  6. In a pyrex. Mix spaghetti, chicken, nori and soy sauce (3 tbsp or to taste). Stir until the soy sauce is evenly distributed.

  7. Spread the mentai sauce on top.

  8. Sprinkle generous slices of mozzarella cheese over the mental sauce. Janina with thick slices of cheese. Because it will take longer to melt.

  9. Burn the cheese using a gas torch.

Lasagna EggMush (Eggplant and Mushroom) Bolognese

Resep Lasagna Bolognese

The second fusion food recipe. A fusion of Italian and Indonesian food. Italian for the pasta and sauce. Indonesia for the boiled eggplant. The reason for making this recipe is to create eggplant, to be precise. But as my kids say, cooking eggplant to the next level. LOL.

This recipe is also my go-to menu whenever I'm on a plant-based diet (not eating any kind of meat). Since the whole house eats it. So I added mozzarella cheese. According to the children's preferences. If you want to make your own mozzarella cheese, you can see it here.


  1. 6 sheets lasagna skin

  2. Bolognese sauce (I used leftover sauce that I made myself using cherry tomatoes)

  3. Eggplant 1 piece

  4. Champignon mushrooms 5 pieces

  5. Mozzarella Cheese

  6. Mini oven or gas torch

How to make:

  1. Boil the lasagna shell until cooked (so that it doesn't take too long in the mini oven).

  2. Boil/sauté eggplant and mushrooms. Drain to dry.

  3. Prepare a pyrex or similar.

  4. Layer 1: Place 2 lasagna shells. Arrange eggplant and mushrooms. Sprinkle bolognaise sauce on top. Do it until the 3rd layer.

  5. Arrange the mozzarella cheese on the top layer.

  6. Put the assembled lasagna into the mini oven for 5-8 minutes.

  7. If the cheese is not too melted. Can be burned with a gas torch.

Bitterballen Masala

Resep Bitterballen Masala

The third recipe is fusion dessert food. A fusion of Indian and Dutch food. Indian because it uses garam masala as the base ingredient. And bitterballen is a typical Dutch food. The reason I made this recipe was because I still had plenty of corned beef and garam masala. It turns out that using 3 boiled potatoes, can produce 30 bitterballen. As a result, you can stock up on snacks when you're too lazy to go out for snacks or for kids' snacks after school.


  1. Potato 3 pieces

  2. Pronas 50gr cheese-flavoured corned beef 6 packs

  3. Garam masala 3-4 tsp

  4. Pepper and garlic powder to taste

  5. Onion 1 piece

  6. 4 tbsp milk

  7. Grated mozzarella cheese 10 tbsp

  8. 2-3 eggs, beaten well

  9. 150gr bread flour

  10. Dipping sauce: Mayonnaise and chilli sauce

How to make:

  1. Boil/steam the potatoes until cooked. Mash until smooth. Allow to cool.

  2. Sauté onion until fragrant. Add corned beef, garam masala, pepper and cheese. Mix. Make sure the taste is not bland.

  3. Corned beef batter: Combine potatoes, corned beef and milk. Stir until smooth.

  4. Coating: Prepare 3 bowls. One for bread flour/flour. One for the beaten egg. Another one for flour again.

  5. Take the corned beef mixture, add more cheese (if desired). Round it up neatly.

  6. Roll the corned beef mixture into the 3 bowls in order. Flour-egg-flour.

  7. Let stand for 1 hour in the refrigerator. Then fry.

  8. If the taste is a bit bland, you can add some dipping sauce or cayenne pepper.

To see how it's made, check out the video at IGTV Yes.

Practical and easy are all the recipes? The ingredients used are also inexpensive. If you are lazy to go to the supermarket, you can buy some of the ingredients disini. After trying TraveBeib's fusion food recipes. Guaranteed, you will be lazy to eat at the restaurant deh. Especially if you're already lazy (lazy to move) on weekends. Good luck 🙂

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