Szechuan Hot & Sour Soup
This classic Chinese hot and sour soup recipe is quick and easy to make, full of delicious flavor and easy to make a vegetarian version! It’s guaranteed to warm you up in the most delicious of ways on chilly winter nights!
Pho Bo Soup
Phở Bò (Vietnamese for Beef Noodle Soup) is the national dish of Vietnam, well-loved as a breakfast, a quick lunch or supper. A bowl of beef phở consists of soft slippery noodles in a hearty, beefy yet fragrant broth and beef slices of your choice.
Thai Green Curry
One of the most well-known and popular Thai curries in the world! Coconut milk and palm sugar create subtle background sweetness that doesn’t take away from the spicy of this fragrant and creamy Thai green chicken curry.
Popular street food from Osaka, Japan, Okonomiyaki is a savory version of Japanese pancakes that are great for using up a head of white cabbage. Serve with okonomiyaki sauce, Japanese mayonnaise or your favourite hot sauce.
Soto Ayam Chicken Soup
Soto Ayam is one of the easiest Indonesian soup recipes, perfect on cold or rainy days. It's traditionally served with vermicelli noodles, shredded chicken, and eggs and the broth is infused with lemongrass, galangal, and kaffir lime leaves.
Gochujang Shrimp Lettuce Wraps
Shrimp cooks in a delicious mix of gochujang, honey, butter, and sesame oil and is then served on top of butter lettuce leaves with a crunchy mix of carrot, cucumber, and toasted sesame seeds. You can choose to serve this dish or as a salad.
Boneless chicken pieces marinated in yogurt, lemon juice and spices and then grilled to perfection.
Korean Beef Bulgogi
Bulgogi means “fire meat”;and it is one of the most well-known Korean traditional foods. Bulgogi sauce, a blend of soy sauce, brown sugar, asian pear, garlic, ginger, ground black pepper and sesame oil, is the reason why this dish is so delicious!
Fried Shrimp Wonton
Fried shrimp wontons - crispy wontons filled with shrimp and cream cheese are popular dim sum found at Chinese restaurants. Make them at home with this easy recipe!
You can make shoyu ramen as basic or as over-the-top as you would like. There can be any number of ingredients you can use, however, shoyu ramen typically has 3-4 components, including: Broth, Noodles, Protein and Vegetables. Choose your favorites!
Chop Suey Chicken Stir Fry
Chop Suey – a saucy chicken stir fry loaded with tender pieces of chicken, vegetables and smothered in Chinese brown sauce just like you get at the best Chinese restaurants! Use any vegetables you want in this quick and easy stir fry.
Thai Pineapple Rice
Fluffy grains of jasmine rice, colourful veggies, sweet juicy pieces of pineapple all tossed in a savoury, slightly sweet Thai fried rice sauce. A popular Thai side dish for tropical dishes, BBQ’s and of course, with all things Thai.