They’re the fastest way to add a bit of glam to your weeknight cooking. Spice up the evening with a Kerala prawn curry, get threading with coconut prawn kebabs or go perfectly retro with tangy prawn cocktails.
Try this take on the classic aglio e olio - al dente spaghetti gets tossed in with garlic, prawns and browned butter.
These delectable dumplings come from Li Shu Tim, the dim sum chef at One Harbour Road. The filling includes doubanjiang, the spicy chilli sauce from Sichuan...
Simple to make and packed with health-boosting antioxidants.
With a good hit of tomatoes and chilli, the bloody mary makes for a killer pasta sauce.
This is such a fun way to celebrate summer and relive a few childhood memories. And I’m betting it’ll be the best damn fisherman’s basket you’ve had in years!
It would be hard to wean any British person off prawn cocktail made with Marie Rose sauce (mayonnaise and tomato ketchup), but this smoked and spiced up version...
Taking on the retro prawn cocktail in this sumac-inspired version giving a tangy lemony twist to a supreme starter. #BringBackTheClassics
Fresh turmeric is not just for adding to smoothies. You can use it like you would ginger in stir-fries and curries.
Cooked at home these taste great. Cooked next to the river mouth where you caught them? They taste even better.
Owing to diverse culinary influences, Malaysian cuisine is as varied as it is delicious. From the Indonesian-born rendang to the fiery curries of India, to the...
Mustard seeds, fennel seeds, chilli and coriander are just a few of the reasons why this Zambian fish pie will leave an impression.
Here’s some almost-instant sunshine in a bowl from the Bengali coastal region.
I usually cook this recipe up as soon as I have enough for a feed, right there on the water’s edge.
In Thai, this soup translates literally as ‘broth with pork fat’, but if you’d rather not use so much saturated fat, you can just use vegetable oil instead.