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.
This lip-smacking dish combines fried potatoes, crunchy bacon and tender steak with Portuguese-style herbs and spices.
Gado Gado is a tasty Malaysian salad full of vegetables and coated in tasty peanut sauce. It is suitable for vegetarians and is great as a side or as a main dish on its own.
This wholesome casserole is known as sheik el mahshi in Lebanon and makes for a delicious wintry dinner.
Although it requires some preparation, hummus is a tasty dip made out of chickpeas that tastes fantastic served with pita bread. It originated in Lebanon and is often used as a spread on sandwiches and wraps.
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.
Yakitori is a delicious Japanese appetiser that is usually skewered like a kebab. Enjoy it with beer and sake for a Japanese-style meal.
When it comes to tasty curries, the Indians have got it nailed. This mouth-watering lamb curry has everything you want: spicy chilli, succulent lamb, soft sweet potato and crunchy green beans. Serve it with fresh basmati rice and enjoy!
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.
Also known as Greek spinach pie, spanakoptia is a Greek classic in Australia. The winning combination of bitter silver beet and creamy feta between fine filo pastry layers makes this dish a great lunch, afternoon snack or even appetiser for special events.