Crispy spring rolls from handmade dough with coal slow cooked chicken meat that simply melts in your mouth! Even better with some simple sweet chili dipping!


500g chicken legs
200g flour
100ml water
150g cabbage
1 red onion
few sage leaves
handful of parsley
3-5 garlic cloves
1 red chili
1 carrot
salt, pepper, oil

Dipping sauce:
1/4 cup light soy sauce
1 tsp. sesame oil
1 tsp. red chili, minced
1/2 tsp. honey
1 tsp lemon juice

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  2. You really should look into having a better title + thumbnail policy where it shows that you're cooking in nature (it's not very obvious at all).

    What you're doing is unique and special, market it as such instead of these generic titles

  3. Your videos are really great but I never find myself watching them mainly due to the horrible titles. Every video you put out has a really horrible clickbait title that doesn't describe the food in any way. If these videos were titled similar to the way foodwishes titled videos I'd find myself watching them much more often. I was considering unsubscribing just due to how much I hate all caps titles.

  4. Everything about this channel is perfection. Amazing locations, cinematography, sounds, foraging, and most importantly, food. I look forward to every video, and I know that this channel will blow up soon. I'm excited I've got to experience it grow even this far. Never stop doing what you guys are doing here.

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  6. i really like the video's, i like the nature sounds and the cooking too. but is it possible to mount the camera to a tripod to let us get a view of the kitchen itself and the nature surrounding it? or if that isn't possible, a behind the scenes :D

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