Asia Unplated with Diana Chan
Singaporeans are said to be obsessed with food, and it’s easy to understand why when trying their diverse and delicious cuisine.
The cosmopolitan city is the top destination for Cantonese cuisine, but its culinary repertoire goes way beyond that.
There's a rich history to the food of northern Indian - plus of course, butter chicken.
Sure you've gotta pick up a nasu dengaku at some point, but if you're a pizza aficionado it's worth trying a slice of Naples in Tokyo. Trust us.
From sweet frozen banana-coconut ice cream to decadent grilled pork neck, there's something for everyone in Vietnam.
Drunken noodles, yellow crab curry, fried bread in pandan custard – this is your top five Thailand hit list.
Join Diana Chan as she unpacks the flavours of Asia, from North Indian korma to Korean kimchi and everything in between.
'Nyonya' cuisine is a hybrid of Chinese and Malay flavours. These fish cakes are a perfect example, infused with the taste and soul of both cultures.
If you're a fan of classic churros with dark melted chocolate, try these sweet potato churros with Sichuan pepper sugar for an alluring twist.
Made from a batter of fermented rice, coconut and yeast, these traditional Southern Indian pancakes are light and crisp. Although usually savory, these are a...
This is no ordinary side dish. The combination of juicy cauliflower, sweet-and-sour tamarind and pineapple, plus freshly made masala spice mix will hypnotise you...
The recipe will make more sambal than you need for the grilled fish, but they'll keep refrigerated in an airtight container for a couple of weeks and you can...
This salad brims with treasures: boiled egg, fried tofu, potatoes, fried prawn crackers - topped off with a creamy peanut sauce.
Durian fruit has grown a cult following worldwide for its love-it-or-loath potent smell. The recipe is a complex concoction that turns durian into a pastry cream...