Luke Nguyen's Food Trail

 Airs 8pm, Thursdays on SBS. Luke is back to traces his life and career from where it all started in Sydney, moving to Saigon and then onto Hong Kong.

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The conventional ‘food rules’ for travelling in Asia can seem too restrictive for food lovers, here's what to look out for when eating street food.
Satay doesn’t actually mean peanut sauce - Southeast Asia’s favourite street food snack is a dish of skewered, grilled meat with infinite variations.
Luke Nguyen is back in a brand-new 13-part series! This time he traces his life and career from where it all started in Sydney, moving to Saigon and then onto...
“While the person you are honouring may not be able to physically eat the food, it's comforting to know that every incense we burn is an invitation to their...

Luke Nguyen's Street Food Asia

In this new series, Luke takes to the streets of Asia to embark on a culinary exploration of its food and culture. 

How do you decide between a sweet or savoury martabak? You don't have to...
Satay doesn’t actually mean peanut sauce - Southeast Asia’s favourite street food snack is a dish of skewered, grilled meat with infinite variations.
Here's how Dutch and Indonesian food have formed a lasting flavour relationship.
"As I kick around Jakarta, where I discover foods from all over Indonesia, one cuisine I really enjoy is Sundanese. It’s from the western part of Java and the way...

25 ways to wow with Indonesian

We're feeling inspired by Luke Nguyen's Jakarta adventures, so here are a few of our Indonesian favourites that are guaranteed to spice up your week. (Literally!)

Cook from the series

You can use this fragrant scallion oil on any protein - fish, chicken, or a perfectly grilled steak! 
Crab - the only dinner showstopper you can cook in 30 minutes or less!
This is one of Luke Nguyen's all-time favourite street foods. These crispy pancakes are served with the obligatory and sensational nuoc cham dipping sauce.
Luke loves a good meat pie when he comes home and this time he's found a chef that is renowned for his award-winning goat pies. His best pie that won was...
This one pot beef stew makes for a comforting winter dinner, and is perfect for the family table. 
Luke de-mystifies the showstopping dish that is the crispy egg noodle! Make this restaurant classic, right in your own home. 
Crisp-bottomed and super addictive, these dumplings are worth every bit of effort! 
Think about this like a Korean stir-fry: chicken marinated in a spicy Korean sauce gets cooked with veg and served on a sizzle plate!
This light salad gets a zing of citrus from pomelo, and every bite is packed with flavour from fresh Vietnamese herbs. 
Serve a whole fried fish as part of a dinner centrepiece, or replace with firm white fish fillets for individual serves. 
Lamb cutlets with a salsa verde get a Vietnamese twist from Luke Nguyen and if you're looking for a sensational Sunday barbecue idea then let these cutlets be it.
Shellfish lovers, this one's for you. Fresh scallops get seared and drizzled with a brown butter dressing in this classy salad that's sure to impress.