This is the recipe for Korean-style (Brown) seaweed soup. It's a traditional birth dish in Korea and every women who gives birth eats this soup because they believe that seaweed soup helps their milk production. Look for dried seaweed in Asian supermarkets or buy online.
Recipe by: Eunah Lee
This is a rich and creamy Indian dessert recipe with the goodness of milk, nuts and the natural sweetness of carrots.
Recipe by: UDAYAA
You can easily get the ingredients in any Asian supermarket. But be careful, this is super spicy - which is the best way to eat Tom Yum! You can use chicken instead of fish if you prefer.
Recipe by: FAIQAH
A traditional Indian bread to serve with curries. Freezes well.
Recipe by: REYNOLDS33
A simple chicken curry that is easy to make with only six ingredients.
Recipe by: Dinny
This is a very widespread savoury snack or pastry in the Balkans, also known as Borek. I've eaten this in Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia - Turkey has got something similar too.
Recipe by: William Ponissi
When I was in Australia for a year, I lived above a Thai restaurant. They made the best green curry I've ever tasted. I was a regular customer and I managed to persuade the chef to let me know how he made the curry. I've adapted it slightly to bring down the heat but it's still got a nice kick to it. Apparently the paste will keep in the fridge for up to 4 months! This one uses prawns but feel free to use chicken.
Recipe by: heymrleej
A delicious but simple fruity curry recipe. Serves two hungry people.
Recipe by: HelenIsAFoxyLady
This was my first recipe, and I knew it was good when my entire family loved it, especially my mum! It's inspired by the Bengali cooking I grew up with and is best served with rice or naan.
Recipe by: xxrumaxx
These make mouthwatering starters or are good for a party. They can also be served as part of a main course. Everyone always asks me for the recipe when I make them!
Recipe by: PYARI