This month, we were very proud to represent Bertolli olive oil at Taste of Sydney, held in Centennial Parklands. The annual food and wine festival was full of sunshine, laughter, friends and family. It proved to be a fantastic day out for the droves of Sydney foodies who flooded in to taste food from our top restaurants, sample wine (and lots . . . → Read More: Recipe: Penang Loh Bak – Pork Rolls in Bean Curd Skin with Nori, for Bertolli @ Taste of Sydney
Aussies love lamb, and they love BBQ… There are lots of recipes out there but sometimes it feels like we’ve tried them all.
This is our all time favourite recipe, and it comes from the furthest place you could think of. We’ve been keeping this recipe a secret for about 3 years… and now it’s finally time to reveal the secret!
These skewers . . . → Read More: Recipe: Uyghur BBQ Lamb Skewers, as seen on The Morning Show
This delicious curry is full of flavour and goodness – the sauce is rich with freshly pureed spinach which gives it a gorgeous bright green colour and freshness. It’s called “Saagwalla gosht” in Indian, and not only is it delicious, but also very healthy. We are using lamb forequarter chops because they are an under-utilised cut of lamb which is well . . . → Read More: Recipe: slow cooked lamb and spinach curry
Most Thai dishes are very complicated to make from scratch, with curry pastes often requiring up to 20 different ingredients. Tom Kha is a coconut milk based soup that is super easy to make at home, from scratch, with fresh delicious produce. Usually this soup is mace with either chicken (Tom Kha Gai) or prawns (Tom Kha Gong), but we’ve created . . . → Read More: Recipe: Tom Kha with Chicken and Prawn Dumplings, as seen at the Good Food and Wine Show
Winter is a great time to indulge in saucy and rich curries, but they can sometimes be a bit heavy on the waistline. Our Chicken and Almond Curry is full of flavour and with a few tips and tricks, you can make it deceptively low in fat.
The delighfully thick and velvety texture of the sauce is achieved by using almond meal, . . . → Read More: Recipe: Low-fat, High-flavour Chicken and Almond Curry, as seen on The Morning Show
This slow cooked Thai curry is a delicious winter warmer – and it tastes even better the next day! Which is why we cant help ourselves and make the recipe to serve 6-8 for all the leftover lovers out there. If you want to add some extra veggies, you cant go past eggplant which soaks up all the delicious . . . → Read More: Recipe: Easy Peasy Massaman Curry, as seen at GFWS and on the Morning Show
What makes the perfect tempura? Light and super crisp batter I say! To keep your batter crisp, follow these important steps:
• mix the batter at the very last minute
• make the batter using very cold sparkling mineral water and sifted soft wheat flour, often sold as “cake and pastry flour” in the supermarket
• don’t overmix the batter as you’ll develop gluten . . . → Read More: Recipe: Tempura allsorts with tentsuyu dipping sauce – as seen on The Morning Show
This recipe is a must for Singaporean and Malaysian food lovers, who long for the authentic taste of home.
This is a classic example of a dish which is presented in a very simple fashion, but has an incredible amount of technique involved. Like me, some of you have probably tried this dish in Australia and found that it’s not . . . → Read More: Recipe: Hainan Chicken Rice – Singapore Hawker Style
We LOVE all dumplings! Polish pierogi, Italian filled pastas and Cantonese dumplings have long been favourites – but we’ve recently become obsessed with Northern Chinese style dumplings. You may have been to one of the noodle and dumpling houses that have been popping up in China towns across the country… they’re uniquely decorated with faux grape vines on the ceiling and usually have a highly entertaining Chinese man making fresh hand made noodles behind a glass window. . . . → Read More: Recipe: Northern Chinese Lamb & Onion Dumplings, as seen on Sunrise!
This super tasty Korean marinated BBQ meat is called “bulgogi” and is traditionally eated wrapped in a lettuce leaf with various condiments. Try this healthy and yummy dish for dinner this week with some amazing spring lamb! . . . → Read More: Recipe: Korean BBQ Lamb & Nashi Pear slaw wraps, as seen on sunrise!