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Watch the entire series via SBS On Demand now. Explores sea vegetables, seafood and all that comes from water with Maeve O'Meara.
Sharing her love of Senegalese food is simply imprinted in Aissatou Ba's DNA.
It’s never too early to start planning your Christmas spread.
Palisa Anderson from Sydney’s Boon Cafe calls it her 'kitchen sink' curry. So we get the lowdown on a northern Thai favourite.
From the sweet to the savoury, Maeve O'Meara's brand-new book Food Safari Earth Fire Water celebrates cooking with the elements and once again reiterates why her...
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Despite the name, this Singaporean street food favourite doesn’t contain any carrot at all. Instead, white radish makes the base of this comforting savoury cake...
It’s been around since the Middle Ages, but some of us only know of it as a sauce commonly used in Chinese cooking. What else can we find out about sweet and sour...
Everyone has their own way of cooking this Sicilian favourite, and Rosa Mitchell cooks each vegetable separately as they all take different times, before mixing...
In your Food Safari element
Meaning “rice and fish”, this one-pot Senegalese wonder is eaten at least once a week and is a must at every celebration. Food Safari Water
Hailing from the Bahia region of northern Brazil, no celebration would be complete without this comforting dish of prawns, cassava, coconut and ghee. Food...
Celebrating the whole snapper, this Lebanese bake uses the homemade fish and onion stock for the cooking of the rice. It's an epic dish to celebrate incredible...
This lobster is deep-fried in oil first before being wok-tossed in stock, sugar and aromatics for a few minutes. A little potato starch will thicken the sauce and...
The Portuguese adore cod. And not the kind you get with your fish and chips. They love bacalhau that’s dried and salted, that comes in rigid sheets of...
Bánh xèo is a Saigon-style party pancake. Filled with many different fillings, you break off a piece of the pancake and wrap it in lettuce or some fragrant herbs...
This English classic originated in small fishing villages as a way of using up the surplus catch. Laden with butter and cheese, this is deeply satisfying comfort...
The cumin and tamari additions right at the end complement the sweetness of the crab. All you'll need is a little rice and an ice cold beer and you're set. Food...
Leave the skin on when you cook your eel because in under the skin is a beautiful layer of fat that will render it and give it an almost bacon-flavour. Teamed...
'Unagi' is the Japanese word for 'eel', and this particular one-bowl donburi dish tops servings of white rice with fillets of freshly grilled eel, all seasoned...
The best way to cook your yabby according to chef Peter Gilmore is boiled in salted water for three minutes. And this recipe sees after-school pikelets all...
Really hot chillies, garlic, sea salt and oil - before you pop the fish skin side down on the grill - watch the fish immediately crisp up. Take your fresh rice...
Food Safari recipes
- Persian (Iranian)
- South America
- South African
- Sri Lankan
Rosewater is popular in Middle Eastern cooking, and the star of Turkish delight. This recipe for Afghan sweets also includes walnuts and pistachios.
This recipe for the Afghan version of chicken korma is so simple. It’s a dish filled with delicious spices, creamy yoghurt and chana dal, which has a low...
Served in the centre of the table, this dish is a complete meal and needs little else but bread and a good appetite.
Chana dal is a type of pulse, related to the chickpea. Chana dal has a very low glycaemic index so it makes a good addition to the diabetic diet. This recipe for...