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Mapo Tofu

A classic Sichuan dish made with beef or pork, tofu and chillis.

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Red Curry Beef

A Thai red curry using beef.

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Red Braised Pork

This slow braised dish has tender pieces of pork covered with a glistening moreish Chinese red braise sauce.

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Mongolian Beef

A classic stir fried beef dish - popular in Chinese restaurants.

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Cinnamon Scrolls

Sweet, doughnut like, cinnamon scrolls with a drizzle of cream cheese icing.

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Caesar Salad Dressing

A dressing for a Caesar salad. It’s also good for pretty much any salad.

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Chicken Tikka Masala

Britain’s national dish. A curry that is mild enough for anyone to eat.

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Quiche

A basic quiche.

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Roasted Red Pepper Vinegar Sauce

Need to make this again with fresh red roasted peppers - see if it improves.

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Punjabi Garam Masala

Punjabi Garam Masala is an Indian spice blend that adds deep aromatic flavours to many dishes.

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Dashi

A basic stock used for a lot of Japanese recipes.

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Tonkotsu Stock

Tonkotsu means “pork bone-broth” in Japanese. It is a rich, unctuous dish that coats the mouth as you consume it.

This tonkotsu ramen broth recipe takes a full day or at least overnight to make. Plan accordingly.

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Beef Stock

A home made beef stock will give your dishes the depth of flavour required to excel.

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Vegetable Stock

A simple vegetable stock.

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Chicken Stock

Chicken stock made from necks, wings, backs and drumsticks. This will make a rich full flavoured stock. Wings provide a lot of skin, fat and gelatinous tissue which will break down and increase the luxuriousness of the stock.

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Light Batter

A simple and light batter; suitable for fish and chicken.

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Red Curry Paste

Aromatic and herbacious. Red curry paste provides the base flavours for many Thai dishes.

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Nicoise Salad

A French salad with tuna, green beans, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes, onion, capers, and potatos.

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Vinaigrette Dressing

A simple and traditional French salad dressing.

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Massaman Curry Paste

A classic Thai curry.

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Laksa Paste

Laksa paste is the key ingredient in a bowl of laksa.

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Laksa

A terrific Malaysian soup. Rich, creamy and warming. It can be served with a range of toppings to suit the individual.

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Felafel

This middle eastern dish has many variations. The deep fried balls are crispy and nutty, with a herbaceous aroma. Try experimenting with different blends of herbs to see what suits you.

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Sweet and Sour Pork

This version of the dish is less sweet than a typical restaurant dish.

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Char Sui Pork

The mouth watering Chinese pork dish that can be eaten on it’s own or added to soups and other dishes to bring them to life.

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Black Bean Sauce

A salty sauce with a large umami kick.

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Pho

The famous beef soup dish from Vietnam.

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Chinese Brown Sauce

A sauce rich with umami flavours which is great for stir frys.

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Easy Bagel

Simple bagels done right—it takes a bit of effort to make them the first time, but it’s easier every time thereafter. And the end result is so very worth the time.

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Tom Yum Soup

Tom Yum Goong soup is one of the most well known dishes in Thai cuisine, and in this recipes you’ll learn to make the authentic Thai street food style version. There are 2 different types of tom yum, the clear version and the creamy version, and there’s directions on how to make both types. Enjoy this recipe for tom yum.

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