Baking tofu in this way preserves its special custardy texture while infusing it with lots of bright flavours.
In this crunchy raw salad, apple, carrot, celery and sprouts are tossed with sunflower seeds and dressed with a fresh lime, ginger and coriander dressing.
Sriracha – a mildly spicy chili sauce with a hint of garlicky sweetness – is an ideal base for a sticky, lime-scented chicken wing glaze.
These Asian-style meatballs are always a crowd pleaser.
Take advantage of green tea’s incredible amount of health benefits with this tasty soup.
A popular dish in Korea, bulgogi was #23 in a CNN poll of the world’s 50 most delicious foods.
This is excellent as a salad or as a filling for a wrap. I like using Thai basil in this recipe; look for it at an Asian market. Cashews contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fats, and sesame seeds are an excellent source of copper, manganese, magnesium and iron.
Boost your heart and brain health with the omega-3s in salmon.
Give your usual stir-fry an upgrade with this flavourful coconut twist
Creamy almond butter and a kick of curry make this tofu dish a flavourful one
This is a flavourful way to cook tofu’crusted with sesame seeds, then grilled to perfection.
Packed with fresh, zesty Thai flavours, these little ground chicken skewers are grilled and served with baby corn, pepper and scallion skewers for a healthy, nutritious meal. Serve with an Asian-style salad for extra vegetables.
Popular in Northern Japan, soba noodles are made from buckwheat flour, which gives them a slightly nutty flavour. In this quick and simple dish, the thin brown noodles are delicious stir-fried with protein-rich tofu and crunchy water chestnuts.
Typical Thai flavours, including chili pepper, lime and coconut, combine in this aromatic stir-fry of shrimp, noodles and Asian vegetables. By using a curry paste, the preparation time is reduced.
You can prepare the chicken ahead of time ‘ this will not only increase the flavour, but it means that all you have to do before serving is briefly cook it with vitamin-rich vegetables. If you like, serve with steamed rice.
Stir-frying is a great method of cooking that retains many of the vitamins and minerals that may be lost during boiling. This is a great way to cook Brussels sprouts and cabbage, sure to tempt even the most reluctant eaters of greens. Serve with bread.
The addition of thick french fries and a generous amount of green vegetables turns a lean lamb stir-fry into a simple but delicious meal, served straight from the wok.
Flavoured with garlic, ginger and chili, this tempting dish with thin and tender strips of lean beef and juicy shrimp is a variation on the classic ‘Nasigoreng.’ It’s perfect for a relaxed lunch because much of the dish can be prepared ahead.
This Chinese-style dish starts with a stir-fry of colourful vegetables and shrimp that is then layered with omelette underneath and omelette ribbons over the top.
An exciting layered salad combining crisp vegetables flavoured with fresh herbs, noodles and marinated grilled tofu. The tofu is best prepared several hours in advance as longer marinating will enhance the flavour.