This pilau chicken rice dish is a favourite in our household and enjoyed most weeks by the family. We love this dish because you get everything you want in this one pot dish making a complete meal.
Recipe by: MaryDavies
A traditional and tasty Hainanese dish, this is an immensely popular chicken dish in Singapore and Malaysia. It may seem like a daunting list of ingredients, but most are very easy to find. Pandan leaves are used in Thai and Southeast Asian cuisines; look for them online or in specialty shops.
Recipe by: michdanz
This is a traditional South African biryani, which you might like to try as an alternative to what's common here. Don't be daunted by the list of ingredients, because the end result is a richly flavoured centrepiece.
Recipe by: canobie
A tasty chicken and rice dish that is easy to cook using Pure Basmati rice, which enhances and complements the fragrant flavours of this dish.
Recipe by: Louisevw
This Persian inspired chicken dish looks and smells wonderful. Easy to cook, but will wow your friends!
Recipe by: Jenowuk
This one pot nasi goreng is hearty and filling, great eaten by itself as a main course. Add some minced chilli to the pot if you like a bit of a flavour kick.
Recipe by: CaryC
This is a traditional Arabic wholesome dish. It's quite a long recipe, but if you try it, you will be rewarded. Serve with natural yogurt and a salad on the side.
Recipe by: IMANKAY
Congee is a savoury rice porridge traditionally eaten in parts of Asia for breakfast or lunch. This recipe is made with homemade chicken stock, chicken and lemon grass.
Recipe by: DawnH
A totally scrumptious Thai-style fried rice dish. Chicken is stir-fried with curry powder, rice and pineapple chunks. Serve as a main course or a side dish for lunch or dinner.
Recipe by: Steve
An Arabic recipe with spiced chicken cooked with rice allowing the rice to absorb the rich flavours. Great with Greek yoghurt! It is very popular in the Middle East, and has become a family favourite! It's really simple, though my steps may seem a little bit in depth, it gets easier once you've made it a few times!
Recipe by: tol1d7