Chinese proverb states that it is better to be deprived of food for 3 days than tea for 1. This delicious recipe has both.
Fresh NZ salmon in a rich sauce - nothing better!
A very tasty and elegant way to start your dinner party.
This mandarin & ginger glaze is easy to make. It's perfect paired with salmon, but any fish will do.
This is a lovely salmon dish with Middle Eastern sweet and sour flavours. It combines almonds, prunes and pomegranate.
You will not find a simpler or quicker salad!
Use a mild flavoured beer.
It’s so quick and easy to make that you’ll want to make homemade salsa instead of buying it at the store from now on. You can make ahead of time to serve with your favourite Mexican food.
A tasty vegan dish with universal appeal.
Most New Zealand salt is sea salt harvested from Lake Grassmere, southeast of Blenheim. Rich in minerals, salt is called for in almost every recipe.
This is straight from a Taiwanese night market.
An extremely popular dish with universal appeal. It serves four as an entrée or two as a main course.
Crispy on the outside, soft inside with little spicy bits of pepper, onion and chilli. A favourite in Taiwan.
A simple Kiwi version of a classic.
Chinese style deep fried salt and pepper shrimp is a great appetizer or snack with crispy shell and tender inside.