Marinating in tsuyu, fresh wasabi, and ginger further enhances the bold flavour of these succulent New Zealand green-lipped mussels. Add fresh herbs and sweet roasted peppers, and you will have a spectacular taste experience.
Known as “entrée” in North America, the main course is the focus of the meal, the gastronomic climax – more complex and substantial than what precedes or follows it.
The brightness of the pickled vegetables with the herbaceous shiso and gentle heat from the gochujang sauce combine with the silken charred tataki salmon belly to create quite an unusual taste and texture adventure. The sort of adventure that really compels you to go in for more.
Simply pan-fried, this orange roughy fish has a delectable sweetness enhanced further by the mustard and miso butter sauce.
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.
These smoky tea and soy-marinated eggs bring to mind smoky campfires and South-East Asian spices. Add the spring flavours of asparagus and the velvety decadence of smoked salmon, and you have a three-piece that punches well above its weight.
A crisp layer of breadcrumbs encases delicate pieces of white fish in these Panko fish tacos. Layered underneath is a velvety avocado yoghurt sauce and, on top, a vibrant roasted red pepper salsa.
A rich and hearty soup, chowder comes in many variations. The magic of miso adds a layer of deliciousness to this clam chowder, making it quite distinctive. It has that hearty seaside character, but with an extra special something.
This complex cacao blueberry sauce, inspired by a mole negro, is spicy, nutty, sweet, and slightly bitter from the cacao, perfectly complimenting the succulent sous vide duck breast.
A bed of crisp pan-fried gnocchi, smothered with a flavour-packed gochujang sauce, sits beneath a silky onsen egg and fried shallots. Customise the spice level to your liking.
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.
Conchiglioni, or large pasta shells, are stuffed with a tasty pork and crab mix inspired by popular Thai and Vietnamese dishes. These are baked together with a spicy gochujang and tomato sauce.
Building on the culinary fusion evident with both tacos and banh mi, this Vietnamese Braised Pork Belly Tacos recipe celebrates the parallels while creating a distinct and delicious food experience.