This is an oriental game dish with a great flavour, and it's so quick and easy to make. Try it over rice or noodles. Sesame oil can be substituted for chilli oil.
This is a Japanese recipe for an all-round dipping sauce. This is one serving - make as much as you need.
This is a easy, wonderful, light yet filling meal with turkey, rice and fresh veg! Fun to eat! You will need at least eight bamboo skewers for cooking the meat. Use beef or pork mince instead of turkey if you wish.
A salty, sweet and spicy marinade made with orange juice, soy sauce, ginger, dried chillies and sesame oil is used to make this baked tofu dish. Serve as a starter, or as a main with stir-fried broccoli and jasmine rice.
An exciting blend of pork, vegetables and spices, sealed inside spring roll wrappers, then baked until crisp. Delicious and crunchy without deep frying! A great party nibble guaranteed to impress guests.
Asian ingredients give these barbecued chops loads of flavour. They can also be put in the oven and grilled.
This asparagus pairs especially well with Asian barbecued meats, such as satays.
Growing tired of takeaways? Make your own basmati to go with a spicy homemade curry.
Chargrilled beef is served with crisp lettuce, cucumber and cherry tomatoes dressed in a Thai-inspired dressing. Fantastic summertime food.
This is a simple soup in which beaten eggs are stirred into chicken stock flavoured with soy sauce, vinegar and chopped scallions.
Who needs a takeaway when you have this recipe? Use lamb or beef, if you prefer.
This is a cold noodle dish - great for summer evenings, and can be made ahead.
This is an easy way to use up small amounts of leftover chicken, and no one fights over white or dark meat! Just wrap leftover chicken in wonton wrappers and bake until crispy. You can serve them plain or with soy sauce or sweet chilli sauce. You can buy wonton wrappers at Chinese and Asian supermarkets.
Oyster sauce, fresh ginger, garlic and red chillies add some Chinese inspiration to green beans.
Follow this recipe carefully and you will be rewarded with comforting, fluffy and tasty Chinese steamed buns. "Hom Bao" refers to any filled Chinese buns, but if you want to fill these with traditional barbecue pork filling before steaming, follow the recipe for Char Siu Bao, also on this site.
This is a simple recipe for Chinese barbecue pork buns. A wok equipped with a stainless steel steam plate (a plate with holes to allow steam to pass) is required to make these. You will also need to follow the recipe on this site for Hom Bao (Chinese steamed buns).
Serve with a spicy chilli or minty yoghurt sauce. Try other vegetables too, such as sweet potatoes, broccoli and asparagus. You can also use paneer.
Tofu is coated with cornflour and then deep fried. It's served with spring onions and hoi-sin sauce. Use any Asian-style dipping sauce you prefer.
This is great for fish and chicken.
Quick and easy. Cooked rice is fried with egg, onion, green beans and soy sauce. A perfect way to use up leftover rice.