Smoky grilled chicken skewers marinaded in ginger, garlic, coconut cream and soy sauce. Then finished with a sweet coconut cream glaze and served with a simple peanut sauce. Big on flavor, super easy to throw together!
WHAT IS A LYCHEE? Lychee is a small, sweet and juicy fruit that originates from China and mainly enjoyed as is but has been gaining worldwide popularity & has been popping up as an ingredient in fusion recipes as well.
A grilled Vietnamese sausage (Nem Nuong) with sweet, garlicky and smoky flavours that can be eaten as is, as a snack, or added to noodle dishes and those addictive Vietnamese rice rolls.
A few tips and tricks on how to skewer your ground meats (Koftes, Nem Nuong or Adana Kebabs etc) so that they stay put and don’t fall apart when you cook them.
A grilled halloumi cheese recipe, marinated in a spiced basil chili oil and finished off with maple syrup to give it an extra layer of flavour that makes that squeaky grilled cheese even more satisfying than before!
A twist on Mac and Cheese, this cheese ramen recipe uses real cheddar cheese, a pack of instant noodles and a super simple way to thicken up milk to create a creamy, indulgent cheese ramen. Perfect for days when you want a small portion of something creamy, comforting and quick to make.
Homemade furikake recipe, seasoned with homemade miso and gochujang powder, garlic bits and traditional ingredients such as smokey bonito flakes, toasted sesame seeds and nori seaweed.
A taro bun remade into tiny bite sized taro dumplings filled with buttery salted duck eggs, taro and lightly sweetened with condensed milk.
WHAT IS TARO? Taro is a starchy root vegetable that comes from a tropical plant that is similar to a potato – but it can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. It is used worldwide in many different cuisines and can be cooked pretty much any way! (Steamed, Fried, Boiled, Grilled etc)
WHAT ARE SALTED DUCK EGGS? Salted duck eggs are duck eggs that have been preserved in a salt brine and then coated in a salted charcoal gritty mix for storage and for additional curing. It is most commonly found in Asian cuisines and has a very wide range of usages in both sweet and savoury…