Category: INDONESIAN FOOD CULTURE
Introducing Indonesian Food to British food lovers to raise money for Syrian Children in refugee camps.
The great thing about Connect Indonesia, The Charity is that we don’t always stick to the rule that fundraising by us only to raise money for our projects. The fact that over the years, we had done fundraising events to raise money for other charities. […]
By Nelly Andon Bebek Betutu is a Balinese dish, made from whole duck richly marinated in Indonesian spices and stuffed with vegetables and spices then wrapped in Banana Leaves and roasted. Just writing about it now makes my mouth water. I have never cooked Bebek Betutu, so […]
By Nelly Andon I love cooking and very passionate about Indonesian food. Indonesian food is so delicious and lately it is getting very hard to find good Indonesian restaurants in the UK that serve amazing authentic Indonesian food. You can still find some Indonesian food […]
By Nelly Andon For and On behalf of Connect Indonesia, The Charity team. My mouth is still watering thinking of the food Yayu served us for lunch yesterday. We woke up to a very cold morning, the weather was rather wet and gloomy but nothing would dampen […]
By Olvira Ballo Sambal Lu’at is a family condiment originated from So’e, Central Timor, East Nusa Tenggara Province. The dry season here in Timor is so harsh, so some of the ingredients use for this sambal, could only be found fresh in the market during […]