This is a delicious Pakistani/Indian rice dish which is often reserved for very special occasions such as Ramadan, weddings or parties. It has a lengthy preparation, but the work is definitely worth it.
Recipe by: Nazia
I have modified this Chinese recipe that my mother handed down to me. The traditional way of cooking this dish is by using a clay pot. However, a frying pan, together with a saucepan will do just as well. It's simple and delicious to eat.
Recipe by: Suh McCaw
Nasi Goreng is a well known Indonesian fried rice dish. It can be enjoyed on its own or as a base for a larger meal. It's very easy to make and highly satisfying.
Recipe by: frida
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
This Thai chicken fried rice is deliciously spicy, but if you prefer your food milder, use less chillies. It's a great way of using up leftover rice. The star of the dish is the Thai sweet basil, it has a completely different flavour to Italian basil.
Recipe by: ErinInVegas
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 classic biryani recipe for a large crowd.
Recipe by: NICOL ZAHRA
A simple stir fry dish, combining chicken, rice noodles, scrambled egg and bean sprouts. You can substitute the chicken for sliced pork, beef or tofu. Garnish with crushed peanuts, chopped spring onions and a wedge of lemon.
Recipe by: TRANSMONICON
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