Why we love fresh and healthy rice paper rolls

  What we love most about rice paper rolls is that they are made for sharing! Not only that; but they can easily be prepared in advance, or ingredients laid out for family or friends to make themselves, and an added benefit is the recipe can be adapted no matter where you live, to include your own fresh local produce. So today we've drawn Continue Reading

How to make this aromatic meal in a bowl: Soto Ayam

  Welcome to Friday! We think it is an opportune time to talk 'soup' and here's why... My 'inner country girl' sensed a change in the weather whilst out walking this week. I wondered if the cool breeze and ever so slight drop in temperature I felt was perhaps an indication that the 'rainy season' was on its way. Rainy season days often begin Continue Reading

Our Quick & Easy Guide to Morish Martabak

  There is no better way to experience a country than by sampling its food. Am I right? Living in Indonesia, we believe 'Martabak' is one local food you must try; either by buying from a 'trusted' food vendor or by making it at home. In today's post we will show you how to do both, in 'Our Quick and Easy Guide to Morish Martabak.' 5 fast Martabak Continue Reading

How to make simple San Choi Bao

Move over Spaghetti Bolognaise.. there's another recipe that is currently more deserving of that ever-present packet of mince in my freezer! Although there will always be a place for a good quality, slow-cooked bolognaise on our dinner table, at the time of writing this post, my family is far more excited by the sight of San Choi Bao, as demonstrated by Continue Reading