You’ll find these little beauties at big celebrations, usually surrounded by a throng of hungry diners. In Vietnam, they use pork, but we’ve ditched the pig for juicy, vitamin-rich seafood. It’s the perfect party food and goes with everything. If you can’t find the little noodle cakes, you can try lettuce wrapped rice noodles. Party on, noodles!
Things on sticks are always a winner and these skewers serve up a world of fragrant South East Asian flavours, all drizzled in a super-savoury nutty satay sauce. And it’s adaptable to lots of other dishes. Great as a simple stir-fry sauce with vegetables and the protein of your choice, or as a marinade or dipping sauce for simple vegetable skewers.
Last week we headed into the kitchen with our Executive Chef, Andy Chu, and cooked up some amazing dishes to share with all of you. If you are celebrating Chinese New Year this 2022, here are three simple recipes that are perfect for preparing a fabulous meal for two.
If you’ve decided to do Veganuary this year, here’s a great recipe to try. This sweet chilli steamed tofu dish is a simple and super tasty way of cooking your tofu. Serve it with a side of white rice and it’s the perfect meal.
It’s almost Christmas and to celebrate, we’ve created some amazing festive recipes for you to try at home. Turn on some holiday music and get into the spirit with our Turkey Rice Balls, our Christmas chocolate porridge and our Mince pie oat bowl!
The star of this recipe is Sichuan chilli bean paste, but you can use other chilli pastes if you can’t get your hands on it. Combined with the Sichuan peppercorns, you get a lip-tingling intensity. You can also try it as a stir-fry dish by omitting the stock water, and using fresh noodles.
To celebrate World Porridge Day 2021, we are sharing some of our Executive Chef's favourite porridge toppings. Ready to create three different breakfast dishes with our Mr Lee’s Original Porridge as a base?
Our hot creamy congee is perfect for those who don’t have much time to prepare a lunchtime meal but, if you actually do have some time to cook, you may want to know how you can take it to the next level and what toppings you can add to it. Find 3 different ways of topping up you Original Congee in this blog post.
When you’re after an intense umami hit, you can’t get better than a shiitake mushroom. This Cantonese dish packs a super-savoury punch and is so quick and easy. The noodles are the bouncy, oily type often called ‘dan dan’, but they can be substituted for dried wheat noodles.
Ramp up your weekend dinner with this BBQ Rack of Lamb. Our Executive Chef, Andy Chu has really outdone himself with this succulent, flavourful dish that’s inspired by our Hong Kong Street Beef noodles.