Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter

Disclosure: I received a box from Kitchen Trotter. All opinions are my own.

I love so many Asian cuisines – Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese, Korean and Thai to name a few – but Indonesian is one I haven't experienced a lot of. So when Kitchen Trotter challenged me to cook up a meal with one of their kits, I said yes! In the box, I received some traditional spices and condiments along with an easy recipe booklet.

Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu
Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu

Mie goreng, spicy fried noodles with chicken and vegetables.

Mie Goreng | Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu

Ayam areh, tender chicken pieces in a nutty coconut sauce served with rice.

Ayam Areh | Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu

Gado gado, a salad of boiled baby potatoes and vegetables in a peanut sauce dressing.

Gado Gado | Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu

Even though it was my first attempt at Indonesian cooking, the instructions provided could not have been more simple to follow. Kitchen Trotter delivers a kit of a different cuisine each month, so it's a fun way to experiment or discover something new!

Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu
Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu
Indonesian Cooking with Kitchen Trotter | Skillet & Shutterbug | Charlotte Hu