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Lamb with black bean sauce

Lamb with black bean sauce

Black beans impart an intense flavour to this dish, inspired by a classic Chinese recipe. If you are short on time you can use ready–made black bean sauce instead of soaking the fermented beans, although you will not enjoy the extra health benefits this way.

Seafood rice salad

Seafood rice salad

A colourful, crunchy vegetable salad tossed in a tastebud–tingling, Asian–style dressing, this dish gives a great vitamin boost. Soy sauce is high in salt, so no extra seasoning is needed for the dressing. It makes the perfect lunch or light dinner during the warmer months.

Lemon asparagus and crunchy greens

Lemon asparagus and crunchy greens

Prepare this delicious and well–seasoned vegetable side dish in 15 minutes!

Sesame asparagus and pea stir-fry

Sesame asparagus and pea stir-fry

Stir–frying asparagus, rather than boiling it, preserves the water–soluble vitamins, including folate, and adds a little extra crunch. Flavoured with sesame seeds and garlic, this simple and easy side dish will complement just about any main meal.

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Malaysian prawns and pineapple

Malaysian prawns and pineapple

A visually stunning dish that is as aromatic and delicious as it looks.

Sesame sausages with vegetables

Sesame sausages with vegetables

Be tempted with this delicious dish that is quick and easy to prepare.

Mandarin and lamb stir-fry

Mandarin and lamb stir-fry

In this lamb stir–fry dish, mandarin adds a special touch!

Sesame seafood stir-fry

Sesame seafood stir-fry

A very tempting and healthy dish that you can prepare and cook in less than 20 minutes.

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Miso soup with vegetables

Miso soup with vegetables

This basic miso soup is super easy to prepare and wonderfully good for you. You can add just about any vegetables, making it perfect to use up leftovers in the refrigerator, or try adding some thinly sliced chicken breast or lean beef for a more substantial meal.

Singapore noodles

Singapore noodles

These tasty noodles are stir–fried with a delicious mix of soy sauce, ginger and shaoxing rice wine and are an excellent way of using up leftover vegetables. For a quick, easy and satisfying dinner, these Singapore noodles are hard to beat.

Chinese seafood soup

Chinese seafood soup

This light, refreshing soup has flavours that are characteristic of Chinese cookery: sesame, ginger and star anise. The dried mushrooms and shrimp paste add an intense depth to the dish; you'll find them in larger supermarkets and Asian grocery stores.

Chinese slow-cooked pork

Chinese slow-cooked pork

Star anise, soy and ginger add wonderful flavours to this deliciously tender pork casserole, simmered with carrots and mushrooms. Rice noodles cooked in exotic, rich juices make this into a complete meal that is sure to impress.

Chinese walnut chicken

Chinese walnut chicken

A nutty and exquisitely delicious chicken dish that's perfect served with steamed rice.

Chinese-style rolled steamed fish

Chinese-style rolled steamed fish

Exquisite dish that is full of flavour and texture – perfect to serve as a main course at a dinner party.

Chicken satay stir-fry

Chicken satay stir-fry

Red chillies are a great source of beta–carotene and vitamin C. You can spice this dish up a little by leaving the seeds in the chilli – chillies contain most of their heat in the seeds and membrane.

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