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.
Whether it is for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, or a snack in between, a delicious bowl of noodles will bring contentment.
Saigon Ramen is a spicy miso style ramen recipe with flavours and toppings inspired by some of Saigon’s most iconic street food.
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.
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.
When you crave New Zealand paua but can’t get any, what do you do? Tasmanian abalone is a very close relative of NZ paua. This sautéed abalone noodles recipe is a great way to get the best from this ocean delicacy. Or use NZ paua for a more intense flavour.
An appetiser should excite the palate. And these spicy soba noodles with XO sauce and confit/sous vide egg yolk does just that. Umami packed, velvety egg yolk, and a nice edge from the chilli. Delectable.
A salad to surprise, challenge, and delight your guests. As healthy as it is delicious, you will feel good after eating this cold soba noodle salad.
The luxurious, velvety texture of the grilled eggplant, spinach, and onsen quail eggs are a worthy accompaniment for the classic soba noodles and tsuyu broth.
Kamo nanban is a Japanese dish of soba noodles in a hot dashi broth topped with duck. The sous vide duck breast – poultry’s red meat – is perfectly in place here, as is crispy tempura asparagus and green onion puree.