This is a very traditional and authentic tasting curry and is very versatile.
This is a very traditional spicy and sour Thai soup. It is best made using fresh ingredients and also works well with prawns. If you can’t find Thai Basil, regular Basil will work well also.
Spice up your soups this season with something a bit different.
These mushroom puddings are great for anyone who is a vegetarian at Christmas. They are packed full of flavour and go great with all the traditional accompaniments. Remember these don’t have to be eaten just at Christmas time!
If you fancy trying something a little bit different, this Asian inspired seafood risotto is sure to impress your friends and family. Why not try using different seafood such as squid or mussels.
Black Sesame Glutinous Rice Balls
Congee, or rice porridge, is often eaten for breakfast in many parts of China and the Far East. It is usually served plain with salty and/or sour accompaniments (peanuts, salted egg or pickled vegetables) to flavour the blandness of the rice gruel. In this recipe I have added chicken to make a more substantial meal. … Continued
This soup, said to have been invented by the Hokkien Chinese, is a popular dish in Malaysia and Singapore. It is a hearty herbal soup made with pork ribs and eaten with plain boiled rice. Bak Kut Teh, if made with a herbal sachet mix, is a pungent and robust soup and is perhaps not … Continued
There are many versions of this ever popular street food but the vital ingredients are; good quality stock, lime juice, chillies and fresh herbs to garnish. A meal in a bowl, this recipe is quick and easy to prepare using a Tom Yum soup base. Recipe is for one so do double quantities if cooking … Continued
This is a popular dish from the Philippines. In fact, many may argue it is its national dish. Adobo, which means seasoning or marinade in Spanish, is a preparation of pork, fish or chicken cooked in garlic, vinegar and oil. There are many ways to prepare this dish; some just place all the ingredients into … Continued