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.
Ped Toon is a hugely popular Thai dish which is often served at festivals where food vendors’ trolleys tend to be surrounded by locals happily slurping their soup. This rich and hearty broth is served with melt-in-your-mouth duck slices and will keep your taste buds happy.
One of the best ways to start your day is with a comforting and warm bowl of oats. Not only is it healthy and nutritious but it is also easy and satisfying. Perk up your Mr Lee’s Porridge with our topping ideas; from fresh fruit and nut butters to seeds and nuts!
A Korean take on a Japanese favourite. This recipe combines ramen noodles with spicy pungent gochujang, also known as red pepper paste, umami-rich mushrooms and cabbage, giving the dish a spicy Korean makeover.
With lockdown restrictions easing and offices opening back up, many people will have to start getting their lunchbox out of the cupboard and thinking about prepping their office lunches. Whip up this hot and sweet lunchtime legend in just 12 minutes and smash your day.
Learn how to make this easy Korean sticky chicken recipe for your Friday night 'fakeaway'. This Mr Lee’s healthy makeover gives you that crunchy Korean fried chicken hit without the greasy comedown. We’ve covered the whole thing in a moreishly tangy sauce. Seriously, you could put this stuff on cardboard and it’d be gorgeous. *Note from Mr Lee’s lawyers: Please do not put the sauce on cardboard and eat it.