Super fragrant Malaysian inspired cookies to get into the Christmas spirit.
Chewy flat rice noodles with a silky egg gravy, pan fried tofu and lots of veg.
A different and delicious way to eat your oats and get your veggie intake for the day!
A deliciously nutty and rich ice cream without the need for a churner.
A spin on your regular mac n cheese with the addition of smoked cod and cauliflower. A lower carb and healthier version of this delicious comfort food.
Chewy, crispy, dense and so delicious! These New York style bagels are surprisingly easy to make and make the perfect lunch with cream cheese and your favourite smoked meat.
If you’ve run out of bread and need something to make a wrap for lunch or some chapati to go with a curry, don’t worry if you have flour in the pantry!
Sesame noodles are super easy to make and so delicious. Fancy it up with soy marinated eggs, or for simplicity, just top the noodles with a fried egg!
A healthier version of the tastiest spicy street snacks found all around Sri Lanka!
Here’s a super easy healthier pastry dough, which you can use to make rustic pies or pasties.
Make this spicy comforting Sichuan dish at home. An authentic recipe, but less oily than restaurant style.
A healthy and tasty rice dish using mostly ingredients from your pantry
Spice up that cauliflower with Gochujang! This makes a super tasty side dish to go with any protein or have it as a main with a refreshing slaw.
Wood-fire style pizza at home. The trick is to make a high hydration dough and cooking the pizza on a searing hot cast iron pan before finishing it off under the grill.
Inspired by Japanese savoury pancakes – Okonomiyaki, this is a healthy and satisfying breakfast dish packed with veggies. Quick and easy to make!
Never throw away your unused sourdough starter! Use it to make delicious and chewy spring onion pancakes. Easy and quick, you must give this a try!
Here are the key ingredients I always have in the pantry for Asian and Chinese cooking
Make a healthy snack with wholemeal oven-baked empanadas. Don’t worry if you don’t have the starter, you can easily use baking powder.