This is an easy, authentic dish that appeals to a wide range of tastes. The combination of ingredients may appear unusual, but even those shy to experiment with new flavours love this one. Vegan friendly!
This is a popular Pakistani rice pudding, flavoured with cardamon and rose water. Serve warm or cold.
Smooth peanut butter, honey, spicy chilli paste and fiery fresh ginger simmer with chicken stock to make a delicious sauce for Asian noodles. Garnish with sliced spring onions and more peanuts.
Chunky peanut butter, garlic, fresh ginger and coriander blended into an exotic Asian-style dipping sauce or marinade. Great for satay. Use sweetened or unsweetened peanut butter, depending on your preference.
Easy, delectable tuna coated with sesame seeds and quickly seared. This Japanese-inspired dish is served rare, so be sure your tuna is fresh and of good quality.
This is a simple peanut sauce that is sure to become one of your staples. Serve over stir-fried veggies and rice.
Cubes of tofu are stir-fried in a wok until golden brown and slightly crispy, then tossed with vegetables and peanut sauce.
Once all the vegetables and the sauce have been prepared, this stir-fry can be cooked in minutes. It is an ideal quick midweek meal, packed with ingredients that taste good and that are good for you too.
Chicken stir-fried with carrots, celery and cabbage, then lightly flavoured with orange and sesame, makes a delicious filling for pancakes. This dish is sure to meet with your family's approval.
Oven-baked crisps are not only healthier than those that are fried, their flavour is fresher and more concentrated too. Here, thin slices of beetroot and potato are baked in a hot oven to make dippers for a spicy South-east Asian mixture. If possible, slice the vegetables with a mandolin to ensure they are all an even thickness.