Chicken khao soi is a curried coconut soup from Chiang Mai in northern Thailand. It will make you wonder why pad thai was ever your favourite noodle dish. It’s not famous. It’s not on a lot of Thai menus. But it is really, really good.
Nearly Indian restaurant style chicken tikka masala is about as good as you can make without diving right in and learning full blown restaurant technique. Smooth sauce. Well spiced. Layered flavours. Might even be better than you get at your local Indian restaurant.
Want to make Japanese miso soup at home? Want to make it in less than 10 minutes? This is the recipe for you.
Korean braised pork ribs will make you forget you have a grill. Meltingly tender. Slightly sweet gochujang sauce. Just pork rib goodness. With a Korean twist.
Chicken jalfrezi is on every single Indian restaurant menu. Now you can make it at home. Nearly restaurant chicken jalfrezi is a curry everyone can cook. On a week night even.
Korean bulgogi sauce is a great marinade for grilled beef. It’s also absolutely awesome brushed on burgers, on chops or as a stir fry sauce. Or even just drizzled on rice.