Tuna Tartare {Served as Hors d’Oeuvres}

Use fresh, high-quality ingredients.   Dice your tuna into fine cubes. It is much easier to slice tuna when it is very cold, almost frozen. I buy my sushi grade Read more …

Collard or Spring Greens “Crispy Seaweed” {British Chinese Restaurant Style}

If you’ve ever been to a Chinese restaurant in the UK, you’ll notice they all have “crispy seaweed” on their menus. Well, it’s not seaweed at all but fried spring Read more …

Tuna Poke {Ahi Tuna Salad}

This post was inspired by theskimm.com a few weeks ago. In case you haven’t heard about this fab news email service, you should check it out. I first heard about theskimm.com here and love how they deliver my Read more …

Crispy Peking Duck with Pancakes and Chili Plum Sauce

Roast duck is very simple, once you know what it takes to get a nice crispy skin and moist flesh. No need to pour boiling water over it, score it Read more …

Chicken in Thai Green Curry Sauce {Easier, simpler and quicker than you thought}

    I love Thai Green Curry. And so does my son. And my hubby. Yet for ages I didn’t make it as often as I wanted to because lets Read more …

Cauliflower Rice {With Stir Fried Vegetables}

  There are a few dishes, like curries, I don’t make as often as I would like because they require rice. And rice is something we try to eat in Read more …

Tuna {Seared on Papaya and Avocado Salad with Asian Dressing}

            I keep reading recipes with julienne of green papaya so I thought I’d try it out with lightly seared tuna. My papaya wasn’t that Read more …

Cabbage slaw with Asian Peanut Sauce

Fragrant, crunchy, tangy, sweet and fresh. This asian slaw is one of those dishes that satisfied all the senses! Taste, texture, smell and visually striking you will want to make it Read more …

Coconut Rice

Perfect accompaniment for asian and indian dishes. The basic rice recipe is always the same. 1 portion of rice to 1 1/2 of water and a pinch of salt. So Read more …

Sesame Shrimp Sticks with Apricot Dipping Sauce

I recently made these for our bridge club’s holiday gathering. To say they were a hit is an understatement! You can make them longer or shorter, thicker or thinner and Read more …

Chicken Skewers with Indonesian Peanut and Curry Sauces

  Isn’t it great when you re-discover a long lost cookery book? Marlena Spieler’s The Classic Barbecue and Grill Cookbook was one of the first cook books I ever bought and Read more …