If you’ve never tried Sambal Telur (Boiled Eggs in Spicy Sambal Sauce) before, this South East Asian side dish is going to blow your tastebuds out of the water. Think the satisfying goodness of hardboiled eggs paired with the fiery heat of spicy Indonesian sambal sauce. It’s time to get cooking so let’s crank up the heat!
Do you love spicy South East Asian cuisine?
Addicted to that hot chilli burn?
Then this recipe for Indonesian style eggs in spicy chilli sauce (sambal telur) is for you, my friend!
This Basic Apple Crumble Recipe with soft baked apples and cinnamon topped with a crunchy biscuity crumble will warm you up from the inside out. This nourishing English dessert (also known as Apple Crisp) is so deliciously easy to prepare, especially with the help of Table of Plenty’s new Pink Lady Apple & Almond Muesli.
When Sarah first handed me this freshly baked Apple Crumble to hold, still warm and toasty from the oven, I distinctly remember my two first thoughts:
“Oh my… It smells like a cookie. Like a giant crumbly cookie.”
“I could probably eat this for breakfast.”
A scintillating blend of dark chocolate, red chilli and aromatic spices weave their magic in this Mexican Chicken Mole recipe that’s deliciously tender AND easy enough to prepare for a mid-week dinner. Let’s get started!
Today we’re sharing a mouthwatering discovery known as Mexican Chicken Mole, which we first came across when a friend cooked it for us on New Year’s Eve.
We were camping out together, in tents and swags, sleeping under the stars, and it made us feel like we were travelling again.
Before the clock struck midnight and the fireworks crackled their way through the sky, we shared a Mexican-themed feast with everyone bringing a different dish to contribute.
The platters were piled high with nachos, tacos and refried beans aplenty, but it was this humble Mexican Chicken Mole that truly stole the show.
From that first bite of tender shredded chicken in rich, dark and spicy chocolate-infused sauce, we were totally hooked.
Ready to eat? Temaki sushi is a fun and easy way to make sushi at home. Also known as “hand-rolled” sushi, you simply wrap yakinori seaweed sheets around yummy sushi rice and your favourite fillings to form a cone shape. All the goodness of sushi without the fuss, made even easier with the Tefal 45 in 1 Rice & Multi Cooker.
Have you ever wanted to make sushi at home but thought it would be too hard?
Maybe you don’t have a rolling mat? Or maybe it always seemed like far too much work to roll and slice your own sushi – that is, if you could pull it off without the whole thing turning into a messy pile of seaweed and rice…
Well then, never fear: Temaki Sushi is here!
Whether you’re hungry for a piping hot breakfast or midday snack, this Dan Bing Tuna Egg Crepe recipe is here to satisfy. Crispy on the outside – soft and chewy on the inside – and bursting with savoury deliciousness, you won’t believe just how easy it is to make your own Taiwanese breakfast crepe.
Taiwan was such a surprising country, and we fell in love with it way, WAY more than we ever expected.
If you’ve never been there, or never thought of adding it to your holiday plans, you should probably go rectify that.
Like, right now. 😛
We touched down in the Taiwanese Capital City of Taipei with pretty much ZERO ideas of what to expect from this tiny country, its local people, or their culture.
Oh boy, Taiwan was a shock to the system – in the most awesome way possible.
Our first impression though… where the heck is everyone?