Discovering Indonesian Culture in Milan

(A glimpse of what happened before the event) On June 23, I took part at Indonesian Night event in Milan as both blogger and staff. The organiser was government institution with whom I collaborate (Indonesian Trade Promotion Centre in Milan), helped by one of the biggest food companies in my country, Indofood. Concentrating on theContinue reading “Discovering Indonesian Culture in Milan”

Now Italians Produce Instant Noodles Too!

Instant noodles are common alimentary products in Asian countries. In Japan, China, Korea and my country Indonesia, instant noodles are one of favourite main food or snacks of the people. In Indonesia, we have various brands that produce them, such as Indomie, Supermie, Mie Sedap etc. However, in the last one to two years inContinue reading “Now Italians Produce Instant Noodles Too!”

Croquette – Yummy Potato Dish

Often it is very difficult to search recipes to cook everyday either for ourselves or for our family. There are so many recipes available online especially nowadays, with the development of technology. However, we still sometimes feel cooking certain dishes takes time and it is quite hard for people who do not really like spendingContinue reading “Croquette – Yummy Potato Dish”

Happy New Year 2016 and Have Some Meatballs 

During winter on the first day of the year, there is nothing better than a hot bowl of soup. On January 1, 2016, I decided to spoil myself by making meatballs in broth and then complete the dish with noodles. There are actually some ingredients missing like green vegetables plus maybe tofu. However, with noContinue reading “Happy New Year 2016 and Have Some Meatballs ”

Indonesian Satay: The Java One and the One from Padang

Indonesia has uncountable regional dishes that have become internationally famous dishes. Let’s take as an example: Satay. It’s a very famous dish in Indonesia which meat is attached to a very thin bamboo stick as in the picture on the left. And the recipe of Satay is not limited to one type only. Now IContinue reading “Indonesian Satay: The Java One and the One from Padang”