Introducing Sate Lilit: These bite-sized Balinese morsels are going to change your life. Made with minced pork (or tuna or chicken), these easy Balinese Satays are packed with a mouthwatering Balinese spice paste known as Basa Genap. If you’re ready to head on over to FLAVOUR TOWN, read on!
If you’re a regular reader of Wandercooks you’ll know we’ve just returned from an edible adventure through Bali. Safe to say we’re still on a foodie high after those 12 epic days of binging on as much street food as we could handle 😅, so we couldn’t resist sharing another tasty Balinese discovery.
Without further ado, enter Sate Lilit. 👏🏻
Ever wondered how Balinese recipes have so much flavour? Well, it has a little something to do with a magic spice blend known as Basa Genap (aka Bumbu Bali or Balinese Spice Paste). Filled with freshly ground herbs and spices, chilli, lemongrass and garlic, this Balinese Spice Paste recipe is ready to heat up your kitchen, Indonesian style.
Guys, I know we’ve been a little quiet lately, but I swear we have a good excuse! 😅
We’ve just come back from a brand new edible adventure, this time through the island of Bali, Indonesia.
To dig deep and discover as many traditional dishes as we could possibly eat over 12 delicious days.
On foot we explored the regions of Legian, Tabanan, Ubud and Seminyak, discovering busy morning markets (pasar pagi) tucked away in the back streets, and unveiling a world of fresh vegetables, tropical fruits and fragrant spices just waiting to be cooked.
We found street food vendors galore, dishing up daily offerings of Indonesian goodies like bakso (meatball soup) and gado-gado (blanched vegetable salad with yummy peanut sauce).
With every new discovery, our curiosity just kept growing…
What more deliciousness could Bali possibly have in store?
With a subtle blend of Pure Harvest Organic Tamari, dashi stock and mirin, this Yudofu Simple Hot Tofu Recipe is as nourishing as it is comforting. Wanna learn how to make this classic Japanese recipe at home? Read on!
We’ve spent a fair amount of time in Japan on the hunt for deliciously edible adventures and can never get enough of this beautiful country.
Maybe it’s the warm, friendly people. Maybe it’s the incredible transport system (perhaps not the world’s most amazing anymore, but still lightyears ahead of ours here in Adelaide. 😅)
All I know is it definitely has something to do with all the amazing foodie discoveries to be found. It’s almost like they’re around every corner, just waiting to pounce!
From street-style Crispy Fried Takoyaki to convenience-store Onigiri Rice Balls to bento boxes of all descriptions, there’s so much deliciousness to choose from.
And this little recipe for Yudofu – aka Simple Japanese Hot Tofu, a common hot pot or bento box side dish – is just ONE of our favourites! 🍱
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!
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!