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Bean-thread vermicelli is available dried from Asian stores, and needs only a brief soak in boiling water before being added to this stir-fry.
If you can’t get kingfish, substitute any other sashimi-grade fish fillets, such as tuna, salmon or swordfish.
If blood plums aren’t in season, use blood oranges or regular oranges to add that lovely sourness.
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After its long braising time, the lamb is infused with all the warm, soft flavours of the spices and is meltingly tender.
This is my take on traditional beer-battered fish, given extra zest by a citrusy tomato salad.
The chicken is first ‘steamed’ in the oven under foil, so it doesn’t dry out, then the foil is removed and the heat turned up to give it a lovely crispy skin.
This chicken is poached in a light, aromatic stock, which makes it very versatile: shred for a chicken salad, or slice finely to make the most scrumptious chicken...
These richly flavoured mushrooms keep well in the refrigerator and are perfect added to stir-fries or braises.
This is a simple spice mix made from toasted ground Sichuan peppercorns and salt flakes.
These pickles are delicious as a side dish, or to add piquancy to stir-fries and braises.
I always take advantage of the season for fresh bamboo – there is nothing more delicious in flavour and stunningly beautiful in a visual sense. You’ll never go...