We’ve found the perfect peanut hoisin sauce for rice paper rolls, and it’s ready in less than 5 minutes! This dipping sauce is packed with crunchy crushed peanut and the perfect sweet and salty flavour. So grab your cold rolls, summer rolls or homemade rice paper rolls and let’s get dipping!
We’re feeling lucky and grateful today. The sun is shining, the weather is warm, and it’s making us think about all the cooling salads and refreshing green things we can make to eat.
So it seems like the perfect time to share one of our all-time favourite super simple recipes for this quick and easy peanut hoisin sauce that is so-damn-good for dipping fresh rice paper rolls (or cold rolls, or summer rolls, or whichever name you know them by!).
Because we’d never judge if you want to enjoy these kinds of healthy things with an extra dab of flavour or two…
… especially if it’s in the form of this peanut hoisin sauce. 😉
This Choo Chee Chicken recipe is for Adelaide’s beloved Thai dish. It’s super quick, packed with flavour and ready in 15mins. Thai red curry based, creamy coconut sauce, fragrant kaffir lime and crispy chicken – that’s Choo Chee Chicken curry. Ready to get started?
Are you ready to be just a teensy, weensy, little bit OBSESSED with Choo Chee Chicken Curry?
Because if you try this recipe, you totally will be. Like we totally are, and not just because it’s as fun to say as it is to eat. 😂
There’s just something about that glossy, spicy, coconut and red curry sauce infused with citrusy kaffir lime that will have you coming back for seconds.
(And thirds, and…)
Burmese Semolina Cake (Shwegyi Sanwei Makin) is rich, moist, subtly sweet. A mouthwatering South-East Asian dessert with hints of coconut.
It’s been a while now since our wanders through Burma/Myanmar.
We had our first taste of Burmese culture and cuisine in Yangon, the country’s former capital, staying in a tiny windowless guesthouse in the heart of the city’s Chinatown district.
At the time, it all seemed like an overwhelming hubbub of new experiences, sights, sounds, and smells.
Looking for an exotic appetiser or tasty snack? Try these Indonesian Corn Fritters – also known as Bakwan Jagung – they’re crispy, crunchy, and easy to make with every day ingredients. This recipe will make enough fritters to feed a horde of hungry foodies.
Despite the name, this recipe for Bakwan Jagung (Indonesian Corn Fritters) comes to you by way of a little detour through Kagoshima, Japan.
The popular university town sees people flying in from all over the world to study, and we just happened to meet up with a group of awesome Indonesian expats while staying with one of our favourite airbnb hosts.
(Oh Yuko and Himari, how we miss you… and your amazing miso soup.)
The best coffee in the world tastes like chocolate. Wait, what? Learn how to make Vietnamese Iced Coffee and enjoy this deliciously chocolatey, smooth and super addictive pick-me-up at home. It’s quick and easy to make and may just be the start of a whole new addiction. Oops?
So yesterday was my birthday (yaaaay!) and of course, birthdays always demand a few cringeworthy photos don’t they?
I have to admit, I’m still immature enough to look forward to a day of getting spoilt. And there was so much spoiling going on. Not just for breakfast, but lunch and dinner too, plus a healthy dose of shopping, and some rare sunshine in the middle of winter.
As with any good birthday there were also a few glasses of bubbles last night (too many? neverrrr). So Sarah’s final birthday surprise was teaching me how to make Vietnamese Iced Coffee this morning.
Let me tell you, it was just what the doctor ordered. 😎