This is a delicious dish of rice mixed with mushrooms, garlic and onion. This recipe works equally well with white or brown rice.
Recipe by: Jen Levin
Sesame oil and sesame seeds add nutty goodness to stir-fried vegetables and prawns.
Recipe by: Debbie
This easy side dish can be embellished with nuts, raisins or bacon!
Recipe by: Krista B
Delicious sushi nori rolls that look great too. Impress your friends!
Recipe by: Anne Buchanan
This aromatic Anglo-Indian soup is a curry house staple; why not try it homemade? The name mulligatawny comes from two Tamil words meaning 'pepper' and 'water'. How peppery you make it is up to you!
Recipe by: Lise P.
Indian saffron is a darker red-orange colour than the Spanish or Italian, and gives a better flavour to rice. The saffron should always be steeped in hot water ahead of time and used as part of the liquid in the recipe. The following is a recipe prepared in the Indian manner.
Recipe by: Rachel Cross
These cucumber and avocado sushi rolls are easy to make and you can add either fake crab or smoked salmon. Serve with teriyaki or soy sauce and wasabi.
Recipe by: Lexi S.
When I grew up as a child in India, I always enjoyed this wonderful festive rice which was served at weddings or other special occasions. Also good with Indian curry.
Recipe by: Sigrid
A delicious, authentic-tasting Italian risotto with chicken and asparagus. Perfect with a glass of Italian wine!
Recipe by: katie
A typical Cajun recipe, this is full of spicy, complex flavours. With lots of rice and vegetables, it is a great dish to make a small amount of meat go a long way, and offers a balance of protein and carbohydrate.
Recipe by: Elaine Russell