This tasty Indonesian delight is straight off the blog from the culinary wonder-woman Janet DeNeefe. The best thing about Mie Goreng is its simplicity – the ultimate comfort dish for when you’re in the mood for vegging out
Eggplant is one of my favourite ingredients to cook with. It absorbs so much flavour, and stays juicy no matter how long you cook it.
Visit any streetside Warung or restaurant in Indonesia and you’ll likely find capcay pakai nasi featured on the menu. An Indonesian staple, capcay is a simple, fragrant and surprisingly healthy dish comprising of stir-fry vegetables, boiled rice and the protein of your choice
This delicious dish is all the rice noodle, soy sauce and eggy goodness of a stirfry, mixed with the freshness of juicy prawns, chopped cabbage and a hit of lime – both filling and light at the same time
This dish kills me every time; it’s so simple and so bloody delicious. It’s even healthy, more so if you switch out the soba noodles with bean sprouts or other veggies
Frying up crispy tofu might not be the healthiest option, but it sure tastes the best, particularly when served with a sweet soy and rice wine sauce