No fuss weeknight dinner. Lemony fettuccine with hibiscus spinach (Abelmoschus manihot), garlic, red chilli flakes and walnuts. This meal is so easy and comes together in about 15 minutes. Lemon zest and fresh lemon juice add a fresh touch to slightly bitter greens. Continue Reading
Growing up as Indonesian, sambal is a staple in my kitchen. Sambal udang rebon is one of my favourites. You only need 6 ingredients (Including salt and sugar) and less than 15 minutes to make this spicy condiment. Continue Reading
These chicken and cream cheese taquitos are sinfully delicious and it’s so easy to make. Whole wheat tortillas filled with rotisserie chicken, canned black bean, cream cheese and sharp cheddar cheese and then baked or fried until crispy. Continue Reading
This unleavened Indian flatbread filled with chopped cabbage sauteed with onion, ginger, green chilli, spices and lots of red chilli powder. You can serve this spicy cabbage paratha with yoghurt, achar and a dollop of butter.
This light tropical coconut cheesecake blends the tartness of lime with the richness of the cheesecake. The coconut lime crust sets in the freezer rather than the oven, and the light coconut yoghurt is folded into the creamy filling, along with fresh limau juice and zest. Chill it overnight, and you’ll wake up in cheesecake heaven. Continue Reading
Sate daging Makassar is a beef satay from Makassar, South Sulawesi. Actually, this satay tastes almost similar with beef satay from another region in Indonesia. It’s tender, flavorful, slightly sweet with a smokey aroma from charcoal grilling. What makes this satay different is the addition of thinly sliced bilimbi for its peanut sauce. Continue Reading
This coconut chana dal has an amazing hearty texture, nutritious, filling, freezes well and it’s seriously good. I like to eat it with homemade roti or chapati, but it also tastes great with warm basmati rice. Continue Reading