A fusion of curry influences, including Indian, Malay, and Thai, the warm and flavourful duck Massaman Curry recipe is one of those dishes that keeps drawing you back. The tender and succulent confit/sous vide duck leg is a perfect pairing, as is the bittersweet charred pineapple.
The Asian wild rice pilaf recipe combines the earthy nutty flavour and satisfyingly chewy texture of wild rice, cooked in a flavour enhancing dashi. It is topped with a sweet Japanese-style curry sauce and crispy fried tofu.
Reimagining bò kho as a gyoza filling and dipping sauce. Bò kho is a delicious Vietnamese beef curry soup, typically eaten with noodles or bánh mì. These bo kho gyoza (aka beef gyoza or beef curry dumplings) will have you looking for more.
Vietnamese curries are quite distinct from those of Thailand. They have more in common with South Indian curries, thanks, interestingly enough, to the French. This roast vegetable and chickpea curry is a great example of using Vietnamese curry powder.
Like many street food dishes in Thailand, the variations of Thai red curry noodle soup are endless. This version, using a red curry paste and a coconut seafood broth, was warm and satisfying. You will finish a bowl of this noodle soup feeling content.
The biryani essentials – fragrant rice and deep, complex spice – ensure this vegetarian biryani will satisfy any spicy biryani lover. Beyond meat meatballs replace the animal protein making this a healthy recreation of a classic South Asian dish.
Inspired by Cao Lau and Hoi An’s Japanese Bridge, these pork udon noodles combine fresh and herbal greens and crunchy garnishes with the deep flavours of the slow-cooked broth and braised pork belly.
A satisfyingly chewy wild rice salad with cranberries, pine nuts, and a roast garlic-infused dressing is accompanied here by miso-glazed portobello mushrooms.
The star of this dish is the cauliflower purée. While the teriyaki salmon and pickled vegetables are truly delicious in their own right, it is the cauliflower puree that harmonizes these diverse flavours into a dish worthy of a special occasion.