We fell crazily and utterly in love with bubur ayam in Indonesia a few months ago, so what better than to have an instant version at hand for when the craving strikes? Bubur is the Indonesian version of rice porridge, or congee, juk, jook, okayu or khao tom depending on where in the world you are.
The packet doesn't have everything advertised on the front (what, no shredded chicken, bread stick or pork crackling?), but you do get flakes of rice, a trio of flavour additions that Indo Mie fans will recognise (kecap, chilli and fried garlic) and a flavour sachet.
Tip the dry ingredients into a bowl and add hot water. Wait a couple of minutes for the rice to hydrate and the MSG to work its magic. You know that's what makes this stuff taste good.
We love bubur, especially Super Burbur!