This warm and comforting soup is perfect for a rainy evening after work when you need a quick supper fix.
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.
Sweet and sour sauce doesn't have to be thick, gloopy and bright orange. This modern, light version allows the succulence of the meat and the fresh flavours and different textures of a colourful variety of vegetables and noodles to shine through. Some plainly cooked rice is all that is needed to complete the meal.
These mouth-watering Indian-style snacks are very quick to make. Chapattis are the healthiest of Indian breads, as they are often made with wholemeal flour and are usually cooked on a dry griddle or pan without any fat. A yogurt-based raita, containing cucumber and tomato, is the perfect accompaniment.
This mellow curry has just a hint of chilli, so it's ideal for children who like to be a little adventurous with their food. Serve with steamed basmati rice and warm naan bread.
A hoisin and soy marinade adds rich colour and an Oriental flavour to roasted pork. Try serving with ribbons of carrots, courgettes and spring onions stir-fried in chicken stock with a little oyster sauce, tossed with egg thread noodles.
This chicken noodle soup is given an unusual twist with raw vegetables and exotic flavours.
Fragrant seeds and spices infuse a captivating all-in-one dish with Eastern flavours.
Young, thin beans are tossed in soy sauce with fresh ginger in this stylish side dish. It tastes fabulous with grilled meats such as lamb.
Shrikhand is a creamy strained yoghurt dessert from western India served here with dates, lychees, papaya and pomegranate.