For a winter warming feast, this pie is full of wholesome vegetables. The sundried tomato pesto gives it a subtle flavour and the lentils enhance its chunky texture. The soft mashed potato really tops of this dish – we guarantee non-vegetarians will even love this meal.
When it comes to popular Mexican dishes, chicken enchiladas are easily one of the favourites, especially in Australia. It’s hard not to love the combination of crispy corn tortillas, chunky chicken breast, spicy beans and roasted cherry tomatoes.
You can use any combination of vegetables in this creamy pasta dish depending on what is in season and what you like. If you don’t own a food processor, you can finely chop the anchovies, prosciutto, garlic and basil and combine with the cream for a more textured sauce.
A cataplana is a Portuguese seafood dish. It is traditionally made of copper and shaped like two clamshells. A good substitute for a cataplana is a deep frying pan or saucepan with a tight-fitting lid. This helps to capture the aromas of the seafood.
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.
This lip-smacking dish combines fried potatoes, crunchy bacon and tender steak with Portuguese-style herbs and spices.
This Malaysian stir-fry is popular in Asian restaurants and noodle bars. It combines fresh soft rice noodles, crisp bean shoots, spicy chilli with succulent prawns and tender chicken breast.
This recipe has certain ingredients, such as organic somen noodles and rice vinegar that may need to be purchased from specialty Asian supermarkets. It’s definitely worth the effort, as this makes a fantastic lunch or fresh dinner.
For the true taste of Cuban cuisine, try this fantastic dish. Tender, spicy chicken marinated in tangy juices served with a delicious fruity salsa is a mouth-watering combination.