This recipe makes enough for a party or you can freeze them in batches. Filled with pork, pak choi, water chestnuts and other wonderful ingredients, these tasty wontons are well worth making. You can buy wonton wrappers in Asian shops.
These tasty spring rolls are loaded with vegetables, seafood and pork. Perfect for a party. You can get spring roll wrappers (rice paper) in an Asian shop.
Crisp and crunchy outside and fabulously juicy in the middle, these fruit fritters are a quick sweet for children, or remember them for an impromptu dessert to follow a Chinese-style meal. Delicious!
Try this delicious vegetarian curry on a chilly autumn weekend evening or make it for your next dinner party with friends. It takes a bit of work but it's certainly worth it. Use the Dove's Farm brand of chickpea flour.
Try this Asian twist on regular banana fritters with sesame seeds and coconut. These are best served hot, but chances are they'll be gone before they have a moment to cool down. My kids request these all the time and I've started buying glutinous rice flour regularly just for this recipe!
These are traditional Punjabi "bhature" - deep-fried breads made with plain flour. They are traditionally served with "channa", or chickpea curry. You can use olive oil in place of the ghee (clarified butter), but ghee has a better flavour.
These are simple, but authentic Punjabi vegetable fritters. You can vary the chilli powder according to your tastes. Dove's Farm makes ane excellent variety of chickpea flour.
This is a delicious Punjabi version of crispy fried fish. It's a quick and easy authentic Indian dish to serve with family or company. Dove's Farm makes an excellent version of chickpea flour if you're having trouble finding it.
These are great to serve at an Indian party as starters or snacks! See the footnote for a spicy chutney to accompany.
These stuffed savoury pastries are a traditional Indian favourite. Lamb and spices are cooked together to create a mouthwatering filling for the easy to make pastry. The recipe may seem complex, but it's actually fairly simple. Enjoy!