Thai yellow curry is not as well known as some of the other recipes from this region of the world, but I think it is one of the best. Continue reading “Thai yellow curry”
This is a really easy and quick to cook stir fry chicken recipe using szechuan pepper which is a fragrant pepper which is widely available. Continue reading “Szechuan chicken stir fry”
Gyoza are great as a starter or small main, prawn and pork go perfectly together Continue reading “Prawn and pork gyoza”
Who doesn’t love chicken fried rice? Making it is easy and better than any takeaway (mostly!) Continue reading “Chicken fried rice”
A Thai twist on the classic fishcake, these make an excellent starter or part of a main course with salad Continue reading “Red Thai curry fishcakes”
Chinese beef with noodles is a great stir fry recipe, the cooking time is due to the need to marinade the beef, the actual cooking time is about 10 mins Continue reading “Chinese beef with noodles”
An Asian twist on the traditional burger. Healthier too but no compromise on flavour. Pineapple is an amazing food and has so many health benefits and makes a great salsa, if you want to know more then read here Continue reading “Thai turkey burgers with pineapple salsa and sweet potato chips”
This is a really easy smoked mackerel sushi dish and requires hardly any cooking. You’ll need a rolling mat which you can buy from a Chinese supermarket or specialist (ahem) tobacconists! Continue reading “Smoked mackerel sushi”
This is one of the simplest recipes on the website, basically you take the pork belly, add it to a dish with Chinese flavours, whack it in the oven and let it do its thing, serve with greens for a bit of healthiness. Continue reading “Chinese braised pork belly with greens”
Quick and easy curried prawns make a great starter or can be served with rice as a main. The cucumber relish adds a cool touch to the spicy flavours Continue reading “Curried prawns with cucumber relish”
Thai chicken & prawn noodle salad is super healthy and so easy to make. Thai food is about balancing four main flavours, salt, spice, citrus and sweet, it just takes a bit of trial and error Continue reading “Thai chicken & prawn noodle salad”
Shell the prawns and set the meat aside. Heat the oil in a pan on a medium-high flame, and fry the shells until pink. Add 1 litre of water and bring to a simmer, then strain and discard the shells.
Return the prawn stock to a clean pan, and add the lime leaves, lemongrass and galangal. Bring to a simmer and leave to infuse for 10 minutes, then add the chillies and simmer for another 5 minutes.
Add the prawns and cook through until pink, then take off the heat and stir in the sugar, lime juice and fish sauce. Taste for seasoning, and then pour into bowls. Garnish with coriander or basil and serve immediately
This is a really easy Asian salad recipe that involves no cooking, apart from poaching a chicken breast and that’s hardly taxing! It’s great to have if you feel you’ve been overdoing rich and heavy foods as it is light, fresh and healthy. Continue reading “Vietnamese Chicken Salad”
Heat a wok or large non-stick frying pan and then add the oil. Add the peppers first and fry for a couple of minutes before adding the rest of the ingredients and stir fry for a few minutes before adding the rice.
Continue to stir fry over a high heat until the rice is heated through. Add the salt and pepper and mix through.
Move the rice to one side of the wok or pan and add a little more oil. Add the soy to the beaten egg and pour this into the space in the pan. Stir the egg to cook through before mixing the rice in.
Taste and add more salt or soy if needed.
Rub sweet soy, cornflour and oil into the beef. Set aside. Whizz garlic and ginger together with some water to make a paste. Heat a wok until really hot.
Fry ginger/garlic paste until quite dry, then add onions and red chilli. Stir fry for a few minutes before adding the beef. Stir fry for a few minutes more until beef is cooked.
Add more soy if needed and the tamarind paste. Sqeeze over some lime juice before serving.
Serve with rice or noodles.