This healthy and versatile dressing is superb when drizzled over a salad or barbecued meats, and also acts as an excellent dip for toasted pitta. Tofu can be soft or firm, but do not use extra firm tofu. For a little heat, try adding a small amount of wasabi before blending.
This is an unusual, yet delicious warm starter. The textures of the soft omelette and crunchy peanuts go exceedingly well. It's also great as a general snack.
Inspiration for this recipe is from the sister site - allrecipes.com. Thank you BRIDLE. I tried this last night with a few recommended tweaks from reviewers and an added ingredient and it was delicious.
My mother and grandmother used to make this traditional Chinese sweet when I was little. It just brings back all the precious old memories. So simple and sweet! Maltose is available online or in some Asian supermarkets.
These sweet and flavourful chestnuts are served warm. They are a very popular street treat in China but this is my homemade version.
Chestnut kinton is a traditional New Year's speciality in Japan. It is made with pumpkin, sweet potato and chestnuts. 'Kinton' literally means 'group of gold', hinting at the lovely hue of this puree as well as financial success for the New Year.
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.
Chicken, nuts and apricots flavoured with tangy fresh basil make a refreshing summer-style stir-fry. Serve with rice noodles or fluffy white rice for a healthy meal in moments. Delicious!
This stir fry dish is not only quick to make, but it's also delicious. This dish takes onions, green peppers and sliced pork and tosses them with hoisin sauce and pine nuts.
Chicken thighs, crunchy peanuts, sweet and sour chilli sauce... this is the real thing and one of my all time favourites.
This Indian recipe is a dessert made with poppy seeds, rice, almonds and coconut, which is lightly fragranced with saffron and cardamom. You can thin out the dessert with a little milk, if you wish.
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.
This is a popular Pakistani rice pudding, flavoured with cardamon and rose water. Serve warm or cold.
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.
Cubes of tofu are stir-fried in a wok until golden brown and slightly crispy, then tossed with vegetables and peanut sauce.
Pasta and noodle dishes are all-time favourites, and a filling and nourishing meal can be put together in the time it takes for the pasta to cook – ideal for meals in a hurry. Try this Asian stir-fry full of nutritious vegetables and nuts.
I had this at a sushi bar and wanted to recreate it for a party. Don't over cook the tuna - it's best that it's rare inside.... just like you eat it in sushi restaurants.
A delicious Chinese prawn stir fry. Prawns are stir-fried with chilli, green pepper, tomato ketchup, chilli sauce, pineapple and roasted cashews. Serve with freshly cooked rice.
This Asian salad is a lovely combination of textures and flavours. It is full of colourful veggies, soft noodles and shredded chicken and drizzled with a sweet and salty peanut dressing.
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.