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Layers of dough alternating with the chicken filling to create a savoury parcel. This is best eaten hot, plain or with pink pickled onions.
These tasty spring rolls are packed with vegetables, seafood and pork. Perfect for a party or weekend lunch. Most major supermarkets sell frozen spring roll pastry.
A deliciously simple pork recipe that's similar to what you can get in the restaurant. Pork is pan-fried until crisp, then stir-fried with chillies, onions, capsicum and seasonings. A wonderful dish to share and serve with freshly cooked rice.
A simple traditional dessert to make for company or your family. Serve it chilled or warm and if you want to get creative, simply add some fresh fruit slices in it.
Extremely refreshing appetiser. I make extra salsa to keep in the fridge for a pick-me-up after a long day. You can serve this on a banana leaf with lime slices.
Kerabus are side dishes meant to accompany rice. The sour tangy flavour gives a fresh taste and cuts into other rich flavours of the other meats that is served with the meal. This recipe uses mackerel which is an oil-rich fish and is a good balance to the kerabu.
A healthier alternative to the black beans and rice dish commonly found in carribean and latin recipes. Quinoa is a nutty grain from South America and makes a wonderful substitute for rice.
This is a popular Cuban pork dish known as Lechon Asado. I use a cheat's version. The pork is simmered in stock until tender, then shredded. It's traditionally served with black beans and rice.
Delicious sandwich and healthy too! Grilled eggplant and goat cheese with a red capsicum walnut sauce in sourdough bread. Great for picnics.
Breakfast, lunch, tea time and dinner - this popular Indian pancake is available for a meal or snack. As kids we ate it sprinkled with sugar. It's typically served with curry and sambal if you choose to spice it up. This is the recipe shared by my regular hawker.