These black and white beans exhibit an earthiness complemented by a vegetarian broth infused with the heavenly spices and aromatics that make Vietnamese veggie pho so distinctive.
A variation on oyakodon, this tanindon or donburi (rice bowl) recipe, tops the rice with salmon and green onion lightly poached in seasoned dashi stock. A raw egg yolk tops off the delectable combination.
Chazuke, meaning tea over rice, is a comfort food in Japan. Here we swap out the white rice for tasty mixed rice and stir through savoury miso cured salmon, a sake chazuke.
Phở has taken its rightful place as one of the great soups of the world. However, if you are avoiding beef, what do you do? This duck pho will more than satisfy you, bringing the wonderful flavour of duck to this aromatic broth.
Agedashi is silken tofu encased in a gelatinous yet crisp coating of potato starch and swimming in umami-packed tsuyu. The truffled mushrooms add delicious complexity to this already luxurious agedashi tofu recipe.
The complexity of the duck, marinated and slow-cooked, is perfectly balanced with fresh herbs, vegetables, and tofu in these rice paper wraps. The green herb sauce draws out these flavours while adding a whole other layer of deliciousness.
This fermented fish consommé gets its intense flavour from a rich bone broth and a liquor made from boiling fermented fish. Inspired by Vietnamese bun mam, the clear broth packs a flavour punch that is sure to create some photo-worthy facial expressions.
Made some pizza bases? Ready to step up to a higher level? This easy focaccia recipe is a fun next step in bread making. With a satisfying crispy crust and moist, tasty crumb, this delicious bread goes great with soups and salads. Or, enjoy with a piece of prosciutto or canned sardines in olive oil.
Crispy potato waffles are a delight any time. Add the complexity of black sausage and a dab of crème fraîche to this potato waffle recipe, and you have something worthy of savouring together with a glass of good wine.