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!
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 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 taro bun remade into tiny bite sized taro dumplings filled with buttery salted duck eggs, taro and lightly sweetened with condensed milk.
Easy and quick to make charred Edamame recipe loaded with natural umami and tossed with a garlicky lemon butter. Fantastic as a quick and flavorful snack for any time of the day or event.
A traditional turnip cake with a twist! This Chinese turnip cake’s traditional ingredients have been switched up with bacon, aged cheddar, caramelized onions and dried scallops for a creamier, and more full flavoured turnip cake! These are some serious mini flavour bombs!
Super quick and easy crispy rice roll (Cheung Fun) snack slathered with a spicy hoisin sauce drizzled with a toasted maple sesame sauce – Chinese street food style!
Oven roasted cream cheese stuffed jalapeno poppers filled with cheesy crab and Chinese sausage filling with a crispy sesame, onion topping. East meets West kinda snack with flavours that will tickle your taste buds!
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?