Veggie-forward

Get some fibre in with these fragrant dishes.

“Chaat” is an umbrella term for a whole raft of Indian snacks; this one originated in the province of Uttar Pradesh, but is now popular all over the country. There are...
An abundance of herbs makes this vegetable green curry really sing.
A good cauliflower curry is a work of art. Use this recipe as a starting point to make up your own version.
This easy, one-pot dish is flavoured with ginger, cumin and turmeric and mildly spiced with Kashmiri chilli.
This uses a few spices, but once you’ve bought them, this dish becomes a wonderful store-cupboard supper. Garlic is a great source of vitamin C and manganese, as...

Picnic ready

Put on a portable spread.

These sausage rolls, filled with lots of good-for-you veggies, pulses, grains and seeds, are great for children who aren’t so fond of their veggies – our young one...
A classic lunchbox sanga with sweeter Japanese-style mayonnaise and thick slices of ham.
These beauties have everything – rich chocolate, gooey caramel and a crunchy biscuit base. Make a batch next time your mum’s coming round for a cuppa: brownie...
These triangular pasties are based on a Lebanese speciality called fatayer, and use soft bread dough, rather than pastry, to enclose the filling. I like frozen...
You want hummus to be creamy and buttery – adding the iced water is part of the secret. I use a lot of tahini in this recipe, but I want it to be super creamy. 

Light & golden

Is how every sponge cake should be.

The cakes consist of a simple sponge (coca de quart) filled with a cured egg yolk custard (or sugared yolks), that are then enveloped in Italian meringue! They're...
Immensely well-loved in Latin America, a recipe for this wonderfully milky cake appeared on the label of Nestle’s sweetened condensed milk cans in the 1940s,...

My nan’s sponge cake

Nans sure know how to sponge cake, especially Donna Hay's. This sponge is light, airy, and worthy of passing down for generations. 
“Gerhard Jenne has a very popular cake shop in Waterloo called Konditor & Cook, and his Victoria sponge cake has attracted world acclaim. If you can’t find...
This dish is from the Alps/Savoie region. This regional sponge cake from Savoie is very popular for celebrating family birthdays and name days. Wild blueberries...

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“The king of all crab dishes, this popular dish is served with the shell on, and is typically eaten with one’s hands. Make sure you have plenty of napkins handy – it’s...
“Satay is found all over Southeast Asia. In Singapore, these little flame-seared morsels are a popular and affordable street snack enjoyed at all hours of the day...
"Kuehs are common snacks of the Hokkien, Teochew and Peranakan cuisine. The terminology is actually a general description for bite-size nibbles. These traditional...
"Kaya is a very sweet coconut jam, considered a staple throughout Singapore and parts of Malaysia. It is best served on unseeded whole meal toast with a soft...
“Singapore’s original fusion food, Nyonya cuisine, also known as Peranakan, features strong Malay and Indonesian influences with its use of spices and coconut...
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