Food plays an important role in Chinese culture. The Chinese have a strong meal tradition and have a great respect for meal planning. Many foods eaten in Chinese culture have symbolic connotations and can represent many things. Instead of an entrée, main course and a dessert the Chinese approach to preparation and food serving is [...]
Paella is Spanish for ‘pan’, and is named as such after the large shallow round pan created specifically for cooking this dish. Chefs in Western and European countries have adapted the meal to suit their local tastes although most reinventions still feature the base ingredients of paella: saffron, olive oil and meat or seafood.
Also known as kirmizi mercimek corbasi pirincli in Turkey, this delicious soup has a thick consistency and all the nutritional goodness of rice, onions, tomatoes and potato.
This soup/stew style dish is incredibly popular in Portugal. Choose your favourite kind of seafood to tailor it exactly to your liking.
Rice pudding is a low fat and delicious dessert that combines the sweet flavours of vanilla and almond with creamy rice and tasty raisins.
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.
There may be a lot involved with this stuffed lamb dish, but the instructions are straightforward and the result is simply heavenly. The combination of a Mediterranean-flavoured stuffing with succulent roast lamb pieces will make this recipe a sure-fire family favourite.
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.