It’s cold, it’s grey, it’s rainy and I don’t know about you but I am craving a treat to perk me up. Sweet and Sour is one of the most well known Cantonese flavour combinations, and one that I honestly love, when done well.
Char Siu is one of those classic Chinese dishes we all seem to go crazy for here in the UK. That sweet, savoury flavour, the char on a tender piece of pork, it’s enough to make me salivate at just the thought of it. Whether you’ve got the time for a slow-cooked feast or are … More Hong Kong Char Siu
Last week the School of Wok team and I went out to Hong Kong to lead a series of hands on classes in the gorgeous Vitality Park, in collaboration with AIA’s Health Fest. This was one of the recipes we taught, showcasing easy everyday swaps homecooks can make to add necessary vitamins and nutrients to … More Vegetable Fried Wild Rice
Baos, for those who haven’t seen them as of yet, are wonderfully fluffy Chinese buns, which can take on many different shapes and fillings, sweet or savoury, and have gone from being a nuanced Chinese street food specialty, to being trendy and often filled with innovative, multi-cultural fillings, all over the world!
This summer I’m spending as much time as I can away from the hot kitchen, and outside with my family, loading up on cool refreshing foods to compliment the sunshine. This Asian-inspired gazpacho takes inspiration from the Spanish summer classic, with a punchy sour twist to keep you going.