This Chinese-inspired dish is packed full of delicious flavours. It's a cross between a curry and a stir-fry. Pork is cooked with roasted garlic and pineapple in a curry sauce. Enjoy over noodles or rice.
This is a really fast meal that I often make midweek. Don't add any extra salt until you have tasted it. Use plenty of garlic and serve with rice.
This dish has a mild ginger flavour that can be adjusted according to taste. Works well with tofu. Serve over steamed jasmine rice.
Tofu, red pepper, red onion and chillies, all quickly stir-fried in a sweet and sour sauce. If you like milder dishes, decrease the amount of crushed chillies or omit them altogether.
This is a versatile recipe that you can alter to your taste. Sometimes I use cabbage and plum sauce and it works really well too. The filling is normally served in Chinese pancakes, but I prefer it in tortilla wraps.
Stir-frying is so quick and helps retain the flavour of the vegetables. My version has carrots, peppers, courgettes, bean sprouts and spring onions but you can use whatever you have available.
Sesame oil and sesame seeds add nutty goodness to stir-fried vegetables and prawns.
Control the chilli and you control the heat in this pork and vegetable stir-fry. Cubes of marinated pork are cooked quickly with ginger, carrots and mange-tout, and then flavoured with lime juice, soy, vinegar and sesame oil. Add chilli oil to taste.
Cubes of tofu are stir-fried in a wok until golden brown and slightly crispy, then tossed with vegetables and peanut sauce.
A great vegetarian dish with a variety of veg. A great use for leftover rice.