Fish and seafood
Simple but spectacular weeknight fare: seared salmon and bowtie pasta tossed in lemony ricotta and dill.
A delicious way with mussels: a coconut-milk broth infused with saffron and Asian-inspired flavours.
A popular bar snack to kickstart a great dinner at home.
A glossy, sticky sauce to give everyday salmon a vibrant Vietnamese kick.
A simple, beautiful way to start a dinner: perfect tuna with a dressing in a shot glass for each diner.
A fragrant Thai classic packed with sweet heat and fresh, vibrant flavours that's easy to make at home.
A simple, delicious little nibble with drinks before dinner. Easy for two people or a big party crowd.
A boldly flavoured tapas-style appetiser to open your evening’s eatings with a bang and a minimum of fuss.
Prawns stay tender when cooked this way, scantily cloaked in crumbs and parsley, with a hint of garlic.
A simple tomato and coconut milk broth, livened up with a few spices, makes for a tasty weeknight way with salmon.
With a crunchy baked coconut crust and a zesty dipping sauce, these prawns make for great casual dining.
Amp up crispy-skinned, pan-roasted salmon with a dusting of ground wasabi peas and pickled ginger.
A streamlined way to get this fantastic noodle soup on the table. It's low on prep and big on flavour.
It's one of my ultimate kitchen hacks: these are so quick and easy, I get one of my guests to make them.
The original fast food: a whole fish, filled with pan-Asian flavours, given a quick blast in the oven.
Take a weeknight staple up a couple of notches by doing little more than rifling through your spice rack.
A fast, clean way with fish, especially delicately flavoured fish like John Dory, with braised fennel.
This is not quite jambalaya and it’s nothing like an authentic paella, which explains the silly name I’ve given it.