This is a classic Chinese starter that is perfect if you are preparing an Asian-themed meal. It's a great one to choose if you are feeding children – they love the excuse to eat with their hands.
A rich marinade is created with Asian influences such as black bean sauce, soy sauce, ginger and garlic then added to a pork tenderloin, sometimes also known as a pork fillet.
This is a restaurant quality Chinese-style beef dish. The secret is to fry the beef twice. Best served over soft rice noodles or rice.
Snapper steamed for delicate flavour and a healthy dish. It is best done in a bamboo steamer which adds its own special aroma.
Based on the braised tofu dishes you can get in Chinese restaurants this is a healthy homemade version that doesn’t require deep frying.
A really simple Chinese-style chicken noodle soup using premade organic chicken stock. The perfect thing for a quick dinner or lunch.
A delicious Chinese dish combining tender eggplant and tangy pork with a spicy garlic sauce. Unbeatable!
A classic Chinese stir fry of vegetables in a soy and oyster sauce, served over Chinese egg noodles.
Once you have made fried rice the first time, you'll realise how versatile it is. Use whatever leftover or seasonal vegetables you like.
Here is my version of the classic Chinese dish. It makes a thick and tasty sauce so serve with lots of white rice.