Is there anything this protein powerhouse can’t do? Eggs shine in so many of our sweet and savoury recipes, including golden pavlova, silverbeet fritatta and a classic cheese soufflé.
Considered to be a legacy of the Portuguese and British, these ubiquitous Cantonese custard tarts have been around since the 1940s.
A wholesome and hearty noodle bowl of egg, tofu, broccoli and garlic, welcome to the healthy side of Thai cooking.
Forget custard powder. Packing a beautiful vibrant green, this Thai dessert is so easy.
I got to love fried green bananas after eating them for breakfast every day while working on a medical project in the Amazon jungle.
Blending salty and sweet, this is a very Australian take on one of France's culinary icons.
A traditional sponge cake, which is as light and lovely as you may remember from childhood, with a sensual attraction in all those blooms.
What an eye opener this dish is - read the recipe and you’re thinking herb frittata - assemble it and you realise that herbs are the supreme stars and eggs simply...
Traditionally made with a cardamom wheat bun, almond paste and whipped cream and then dusted with icing sugar, semlor, or 'semla' in singular, are eaten in Sweden...
Mastiha is a unique and intoxicating Greek spice unique to the island of Chios and here it plays deliciously in this easy chocolate mousse. ...
Mastiha is such a unique intoxicating flavour, the sweet musky notes are unlike anything I have ever tasted. #BringBackTheClassics
A vibrant Indonesian salad that's full of protein (thanks, eggs and tofu) and that dense peanut sauce is what will tip this dish over the delicious edge.
A traditional-style corn cake topped with a sweet guava paste - it hits the sweet spot warm or cold. Buen provecho!
For when all-out decadence calls. This pie is super simple to make, with plenty of fun layers to keep you going back for more.