Welcome to my blog! Here you will find simple yet delicious Asian recipes that I love to cook and eat! Some might look scary to cook but don't be afraid to discover new tastes and have fun cooking with your friends and family. If you're feeling a bit overwhelmed or want to perfect your dishes, check out some of our hands on classes or get a group of friends together for a group class.
Serve: 2 portions Ingredients: 4pc Tim Tam biscuits 1 pot of Collective yoghurt – Vietnamese Coffee 1/2 cup of sponge cake (store bought), cut into cubes Fresh strawberries and blueberries (your choice) Latik – toasted coconut crumbs Chocolate fingers (optional) Latik (makes 60g of crumbs): 1 tin coconut milk (425ml)…Read more
When it’s Cherry Blossom season in Japan, we often make a lunch box full of Temari along with other dishes and take them to a park to enjoy a delicious lunch while looking at the beautiful blossoms – we call it ‘Ohanami’ (look at the beautiful flowers). You can make…Read more
This is my go to fried noodle! The ingredients list may seem like a lot, but to save time I like to pre-make the sauce and chilli oil and keep them stored in the fridge – this will save you a lot of time! Serves: 2 Ingredients Chilli oil (makes…Read more
This light pink cocktail is like spring in a glass! You can substitute the Korean Soju with gin or vodka. Serves 1 Ingredients 60ml Korean Soju 65ml (1 bottle) Yakult 60ml lemon, lime and bitters Ice cubes Optional Water White Sugar Frozen berries, blitzed in a hand blender or food…Read more
Looking for something fun and tasty to make at home? Why not give these bao buns a try! Warm soft bao buns paired with crunchy deep fried chicken goes down a treat for lunch or as an afternoon snack with friends and family. Makes: 6 small buns Ingredients 6 x…Read more
This Matcha Frappuccino recipe is perfect to make at home when you feel like a nice cold, refreshing drink on a sunny day! Serves 1. Ingredients 1½ cup ice cubes 1 cup whole milk 3 Tbsp icing sugar 1½ Tbsp matcha powder ½ tsp vanilla essence Matcha chocolate (note: makes…Read more
Having a Chinese husband, we often eat Chinese Congee at home! It makes for a very humble and light breakfast – if you don’t have time in the morning, you can cook this for dinner or serve with other dishes that you like but make sure you save some Congee…Read more