Learn how to make your very own fresh Wonton Soup. This is my Chinese New Year recipe for the year of the Dragon 2012!
These little beauties might take a while to prepare but they really are worth it! Makes 18 medium sized curry puffs, my circle cutter was 10 cm in diameter, you can make smaller or bigger ones if you like and this will change the quantity of puffs. Pastry • 2 cups / 300g plain flour [...]
I really fancied something healthy and hearty to warm me up on this cold Septembers day, my dhal’s warming spiciness really hit the spot and due to popular demand on my Facebook page I just had to write down the recipe.
I made this recipe at the 2011 Food Bloggers Connect conference in London. I used Olives From Spain produce and it tasted delish! A tapenade is a great way to use olives and turn them into a mouthwatering dip.
This recipe was inspired by my recent trip to Dublin, where of course I had to have a pint of Guinness! It’s a ridiculously easy recipe to whip up when the sun comes out, followed by the BBQ’s…
This is a classic dish found all over Malaysia from the Peranckan culture. There are traditionally two types of laksa – curry laksa and ayam laksa. Curry Laksa is a spicy coconut curry soup with noodles while asam laksa is a sour fish soup with noodles.
Nothing beats a bowl of traditional French Onion Soup on a cold Autumn day. Get cosy with this very simple, cost effective and most importantly delicious recipe.
These little delightful bites are packed full of flavour and will add a bit of sparkle to any dinner party. Plus they are so easy to make, but you don’t have to tell anyone that?!
Try his amazingly refreshing dish on a hot summer’s day to tantalise your taste buds. This is Tiffany’s recipe from Top Chef season 7 Episode 6.
This is a mega impressive brunch to make for that really special occasion. It’s a different take on the delicious Eggs Benedict and it’s well worth the effort.