A classic dim sum favourite, with a bit of a crispy twist! This satisfyingly chewy Chinese sticky rice (lo mai fan) with traditional ingredients tossed in with crispy sesame and onion bits for additional textures and flavours.
A simple dry-fried long beans and minced pork dish seasoned with umami packed Chinese olive vegetables. Flavourful, quick and goes great mixed with rice for a quick meal.
Korean corn cheese is a popular cheesy, sweet and savoury snack typically enjoyed with drinks. I tinkered around a bit and combined it with the flavours of Elote (Mexican Grilled Corn) for a more flavourful way to enjoy corn this summer.
Not your traditional Chinese honey garlic ribs, these deep fried bite-sized ribs are crispy, drizzled with honey and coated in crispy garlic bits. Not for the faint of heart but definitely for the garlic lovers – breath mints anyone?
A yaki udon recipe with thick & chewy udon noodles that absorbs all the flavours of the lightly sweetened maple curry & provides a satisfying chewiness! Great use of leftover meats or go meatless!
Brushed with sweet and savoury glaze, packed with umami from the black garlic – these black garlic miso glazed eggplants (Nasu Dengaku) are quick and easy to make as a delicious snack or appetizer.
Crispy hash browns can be more than a breakfast thing! Have it alongside a main as a side with some gravy and you’ll have some serious good eats 🙂
This garlicky, sweet and nutty Israeli couscous with a hint of spiciness is simple to make can be made in less than 15 minutes. Fantastic as a side to any meat dishes, on top of salads or on its own!
Craving some fried chicken? Switch it up with some chicken pakoras! These deep fried nuggets of chicken made with chickpea flour are packed with spices that deliver a medley of flavours that takes fried chicken to another level! Pairs awesomely with a creamy thick sweet and savoury coconut dip.
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? 🙂