This curry is unique for its balance of bright, fresh green beans and creamy, nutty cashews.
Buttery homemade roti accompanies this fragrant vegetable curry, for a comforting and meat-free meal.
Kueh koci are a vibrant Malaysian dessert consisting of a coconut and palm-sugar filling in a rice and sweet potato dough, wrapped in banana leaves.
This dish was created for the royal family of Pahang and in Malaysia uses small, sweet bananas. In Australia we don't have as many varieties of banana readily...
This is my go-to, family favourite comfort food. I love to take my time making this meal and I think it’s the time taken that adds extra love to the deliciousness.
Considered as a national Malaysian dish, nasi lemak comes with incalculable variations, all featuring a dome of coconut and pandan rice. Adam serves his with...
For Thais, no gai yang is complete without dipping sauces, with the clear favourite being this tangy sauce made with toasted rice powder and tamarind juice.
Originally served to the royal court, this dessert is now popular across Thailand. The topping of fried shallots is a must – even though it may seem unusual!
One of the simplest desserts to cook at home, the dish involves simmering sliced bananas in sweetened coconut milk. Usually eaten warm, gluay buat chee has a soft...
I love the texture of black sticky rice; it retains a lovely chewy bite after cooking that contrasts beautifully with the silky yoghurt.
Soft and sweet, this Indonesian coconut milk-based dessert is infused with the slightly floral and grassy aroma of pandan.
Light and airy chiffon cake is the perfect vehicle for allowing the sweet herbaceous aroma and vibrant green colour of pandan to shine. Topped with coconut, a...
Sri Lanka’s kanjee can be made with chicken, seafood or vegetables, and sits in a comfortable spot between curry and soup.