With sweet corn kernels, diced avocado and juicy cherry tomatoes, this tasty salsa is a great side dish, starter or snack. You can even use it as a filling for tacos, enchiladas and fajitas if you like.
When it comes to winning combinations, you can barely go wrong with chicken, avocado and mushroom. The trio make a fantastic meal whether they are used in sandwiches, salads or pastas. This delicious dish transforms three common ingredients into an easy pasta masterpiece.
Full of vegetable goodness, this hearty Sri Lankan curry is not too spicy but full of tantalising flavours. The soft texture of the pumpkin combines well with the crunchy mustard seeds and creamy coconut sauce.
This noodle recipe is the perfect accompaniment to Sri Lankan curries. Grated carrot, green beans, cabbage, onion and tomatoes all work to make these noodles a satisfying dish on their own.
It is said that good pad Thai is full-bodied and light, rather than heavy and oily. The trick to creating perfect pad Thai is to watch the noodles and be careful not to overcook them. The noodles should be somewhat flexible and solid, but not soft and fully expanded.
Prawn laksa is a delicious Asian-style broth with noodles and fresh seafood. You can use either hokkien or dried rice noodles if fresh rice noodles are unavailable.
In Malta, this recipe for omelette is called “froga” and includes a tasty combination of mashed potatoes, spring onions, cheddar cheese and lean beef.
Rice is a staple of Korean cuisine. Also known as bokum bahb, this fried rice dish combines pork and crap with a combination of tasty flavours in a quick, simple and flavoursome dish.
This classic Korean dish is full of steamed green veggie goodness and soy-infused beef. Full of vitamins and protein, this low fat meal is a fresh and healthy treat.
This savoury dish is a Brazilian favourite that is traditionally baked in an earthenware platter. Seafood frittata is known as frigideira in Brazil, except in Southern Brazil where it is called fritada.