A juicy beef and pork non-traditional burger, filled with umami flavours and breaks all the rules of how you were told a hamburger should be made.
Easy crispy chicken tacos made with soft corn tortilla shells stuffed with a flavourful lemongrass chicken with crispy tortilla bits on the inside! Best of both worlds, crispy and soft taco in one!
Dad’s simple fried soy sauce noodles with beef and onion recipe that can be made in 15 minutes that’s super flavourful! My ultimate childhood comfort food 🙂
Larb (Pronounced as Lahp, the R is muted) is a minced meat salad made with fresh and flavourful ingredients such as mint, limes, lemongrass, ground meat and ground up toasted rice. Traditionally, larb is served with a side of sticky rice, this lemongrass meatballs recipe will show you 3 alternative ways to enjoy this!
A piping hot and bubbling spicy kimchi tofu stew (kimchi jjigae) made with a seafood broth chocked full of pork and shrimp. The best kind of comfort food in this wet and cold weather. 🙂
A cross between a roasted chicken & peking duck, this peking chicken recipe is for days when you have that craving for peking duck but chicken is all you have to work with
This hearty, sweet and smoky chipotle pineapple chili has a bit of a kick to it and has two secret ingredients that gives it a full-bodied more rounded and nuttier flavour. Can you guess what it is?
There’s something really satisfying when you’re eating chewy, sticky rice cakes. This kimchi rice cakes recipe is made with pork and kimchi, a classic combination packed with umami flavours. Bonus? It’s only uses 1 pan and it’s done in 15 minutes.
Traditionally, Chicken Marsala is made with a thin chicken cutlet cooked in Marsala wine and mushrooms but we amped up our stuffed Chicken Marsala by stuffing it with cheesy caramelized onions and then add some sun dried tomatoes and spinach to the finishing touch.
A simple and quick 15 minute black garlic shirataki noodles recipe that’s packed with sweet garlicky smoky flavours with oodles of health benefits in there somewhere. But honestly, it’s all about the taste isn’t it? 🙂