Made to Share

Explore our community of flavours

Food is key to our survival. But it also helps us thrive. This past year, the process of cooking and baking provided much-needed comfort and connection. Creating food let us grieve, celebrate, love, support, mend, discover, heal and remember. We shared meaning, experience, belonging, joy, growth and kindness with others. Food brought friends, family and cultures together.

The Made to Share online recipe collection builds on 2020’s newfound respect for home cooking by celebrating the importance of homemade food in our community. The project taps into the traditions and sustainable food practices of our region's rich cultural diversity. Made to Share examines relationships between memory, history, culture, religion and food. It reveals what, how and why everyday people are cooking in our local neighbourhoods.

Made to Share showcases a series of easy yet inspiring family recipes. These recipes have been handed down through generations to the people who carry them in their hearts and will now share them with us. They represent the very best of regional food from around the world, made right here in our community.

So, get ready to jump right in and start exploring a new world of flavours from your kitchen. Because if you’re going to eat, you might as well make something delicious!

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Made to Share Recipes


Kubba or Kibbeh is a popular family of dishes based on spiced ground meat and grain. A staple at the dinner table, this chicken and potato version is hearty and satisfying.

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Fried Scones are an indulgent treat with roots in Australian heritage. Devour them hot with lashings of cream and honey or use as savoury “dumplings” in casseroles and curries.

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A popular dish in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, versatile Murgh (Chicken) Tikka reinvents itself in various forms: on skewers, in curries, on sizzling hotplates.

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Lentils are the stars in this famous Nepali dish, which is often enjoyed as an appetizer or snack. Naturally gluten-free and vegan, it's a light and healthy pancake just perfect to combine with a range of delicious fillings.

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This delicious, versatile Afghani flatbread always makes an appearance during celebrations and special occasions. Experiment with fillings to discover your favourite.

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These signature round dumplings have their roots in Tibet but have become so universally popular that Melbourne now even has its own Momo Fest! It’s the best kind of comfort food: delicious, versatile and perfect for sharing with friends and family.

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Charzanto (Glass Noodle Salad) is a versatile dish perfect for a fresh, light summer lunch or dinner. This savoury version’s delicate noodles are given substance by the tangy and umami flavours of limes and mushrooms.

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This popular Sri Lankan dish is a type of flatbread that can be eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a snack while on the go. It’s easy to make, and delicious!

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