This is extremely spicy dish and very popular in South East Asia, especially in Singapore, Malaysia and the Phillipines. There are many variations to this traditional dish, and I'll try to be as close to the real thing as I can with my version. Don't worry, you can easily get the ingredients at any Asian supermarket. Serve with white rice and a big smile.
Recipe by: FAIQAH
A very easily made fresh tasting prawn curry with sauteed peppers and onion. Can be made as hot as you like.
Recipe by: D. Gebbie
A quick, healthy and comforting supper fix after a long day's work. Serve with rice or naan. Also great as a jacket potato topping!
Recipe by: Mai Forrester
An authentic Thai hot and sour soup. Do not attempt to omit the coriander, as this is essential. Use thai basil instead of regular basil if you can find it. Tom yum paste is hot, so try the soup before adding the chilli and decide if any extra heat is required. You can buy the paste in Asian supermarkets or there's a brand called "Thai taste" at Waitrose. This is well worth the trouble!
Recipe by: STEVE ALDER
Steamed chicken in a garlic and tomato curry sauce flavoured with garam masala. Traditionally eaten with rice or roti.
Recipe by: Sheneiza Lookman
I love pilau rice, so I came up with this Indian-inspired version that is a meal in itself!
Recipe by: jen
This is an authentic recipe from Korea that's eaten with rice and other side dishes. It includes tofu, courgette, mushrooms and onions. Garnish with sliced spring onions. You might have to go to an Asian shop to buy some of the ingredients.
Recipe by: Esther
This Vietnamese-inspired dish is a great one-bowl, one-pan option for casual dinner parties. This is a really different kind of pesto that uses peanuts and Asian flavours.
Recipe by: jen
This is a stir-fried Filipino noodle dish - quick and easy to make, a great one-pan meal.
Recipe by: MYERSX4
Prawns are a source of selenium, which helps to protect the cardiovascular system.
Recipe by: Rachel Warren Chadd