If you ever ask me what the signature dish of the Taiwan. I would answer this is it: the Oyster omelet which is the most popular dish in night markets and has constantly been ranked by many foreigners as the top cuisine from Taiwan.For this savory dish we definitely can’t miss it.Today we will swap out some of the ingredients to make it vegetarian and still very good tasting.
Have you ever tried Mexico style of roasted or grilled corn — topped with mayonnaise, chili powder.
And now you can serve the unadorned corn on a platter with small bowls of the sauce and lime on
the side so everyone can make their own. Let’s try it!
These curry puffs are fabulous whether hot or cold and perfect for taking to parties or picnics as they travel well.
And If you’re a chilli addict you can add more curry powder to this recipe.
So we’ve all heard of sweet tofu with peanuts on the side, but have you ever tried Peanut Tofu? Yes, a slight alteration in the order of wording can make all the difference!
This sweet and sour potatoes is a nice variation to the traditional potato dishes. This dish combines the common western ingredient potatoes with the characteristic oriental sweet and sour flavour It is very delicious for who like to try something different. Today’s Chef Matthew highly recommends you should not miss this one!
When it comes to Thai cuisine, we think sweet, sour, spicy!
A waft of the hot spicy smell is enough to make mouths water.
This time Jamie has introduced to us a classic Thai cuisine, Tom Yam noodles
Let our taste buds have a clash encounter with this rich, exotic Thai dish.
Into the kitchen we go!
Classic risotto is made from either Carniola or Arborio rice. But today we will cook risotto differently. As there is not constant stirring required and we will use the overnight rice to make risotto taste as good as it does in a traditional way.