Rice rice baby

Give it up for deliciously speedy rice.

Larb, or laap as it's known in Laos, Thailand's answer to san choy bau, minus the lettuce cups. Complementing the spicy, aromatic and flavour-packed meat, larb...
If you’re like me and always keep a tub of kimchi in the fridge, this is one of those weeknight dishes that’s perfect when there isn’t much else around. You’d be...
Pokē (pronounced ‘po-kay’) is a traditional Hawaiian salad of raw fish, similar to the Spanish ceviche or Italian crudo. Paired with rice, it makes for a tasty,...
Inspired by the restaurants and cafes found on the trendy Parisian foodie street, Rue du Nil, this dish sees bright and buttery salmon paired with a vibrant salad...
‘Don’ is short for donburi, which is a Japanese rice bowl, and soboro means ‘crumbled meat’. This minced chicken cooked in a sweet-salty sauce with vegetables and...

Good karma

Start the Lunar New Year off with good karma by going vegetarian!

This vegetarian dish is traditionally served on the first day of the Chinese New Year. The inclusion of red fermented bean curd lends a salty, pungent flavour to the...
Considered to be a legacy of the Portuguese and British, these ubiquitous Cantonese custard tarts have been around since the 1940s.
Traditionally made with beef or pork, this vegetarian mapo tofu is spicy, beautifully textured and lands with a punchy umami hit. Adjust the chilli heat to suit...
A classic Chinese breakfast, this sweet congee can be eaten warm or cold. It delivers a mix of rice, fungus and dried fruit and herbs – ingredients thought in...
A popular snack throughout China, tea eggs (cha ye dan) can be found around the clock at street stalls, night markets and convenience stores. They are also...
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