Marinated chicken strips are threaded onto skewers, then cooked and served on top of a rice and crunchy vegetable mixture and drizzled with spicy peanut dressing.
Stay warm with this spicy and sour Thai chicken soup.
This soup can be spiced up with a sprinkle of cumin or paprika, or you can swap the chicken for fresh crabmeat.
This beautiful-looking soup is bursting with flavour. You’ll need to get some of the ingredients at an Asian grocery store. Add fish sauce for a zesty option (you can find it in most grocery stores), but skip it if you’re watching your sodium intake.
This is a flavourful way to cook tofu’crusted with sesame seeds, then grilled to perfection.
A variety of garden greens makes this salad interesting both in texture and colour. When mixed with fresh nectarines and finished with a zesty dressing, it comes alive and tickles the senses
Because the flavour of chicken is mild, it benefits from a tasty baste when barbecued or broiled, such as in this recipe for spicy Jamaican barbecued chicken. Basting also helps to keep the outside from burning until the chicken is cooked through’especially when cooking over charcoal.
Freshly ground spices make this Indian lamb curry fabulously fragrant, while spiced lentils give texture and substance, as well as extra good health. Serve with plain yogurt and saffron rice.
This scallop salad is based on soba’Japanese buckwheat noodles. They are tossed with bean sprouts, bok choy, fresh coriander and an intensely flavoured ginger dressing, then topped with juicy soy-broiled scallops and mushrooms.
This Thai green curry is wonderfully fragrant and is prepared with a homemade curry paste. Serve the fish curry with rice and a side dish of Chinese cabbage or broccoli florets stir-fried with garlic and a little reduced-salt soy sauce.