Seasoned with soy sauce and flavourful dashi broth, this Japanese-style Pasta with Shrimp & Asparagus is incredibly delicious and ready in less than 30 minutes. It’s also gluten-free.
The tastiest beef you will ever sample.
This is a complete Wallaby meal baked in a foil pouch with potatoes and corn. Also helps eradicate a NZ pest.
Here's a super-simple frypan dinner. Toss linguine with thin slices of leftover ham, toasted walnuts and shallots, then top with grated Parmesan cheese and chopped fresh parsley.
Delicious salad. Try it without cooking the asparagus - you will be suprised.
Don’t be afraid of this unusual sandwich stuffing. Chopped mussels, clams, surimi and squid are incredible spooned into a baguette with a spritz of lemon and mayo.
Try this mayonnaise on fried Japanese foods such as katsu or fried prawns, or as a unique dip for corn chips and crackers.
Zesty wasabi and cool cucumbers are the perfect pairing in this delicious homemade salad dressing. It’s quick and easy too!
Brown rice works particularly well with the Asian flavours, adding it's own nutty taste to the mix.
Any thick fish steaks will do but they must be very fresh!
A refreshing and complex salad made with apples, watermelon, papaya and a bold tequila-based vinaigrette.
This really is pretty easy and comes down to just a few simple ingredients with amazing results.
DO NOT COLLECT ANYTHING THAT MAY HAVE BEEN SPRAYED. Weed leaves are best picked in Spring or Autumn - before or after flowering. In flower they are tough and bitter.
A classic dish from Wales that dates back to 1725. Original name is 'WELSH RABBIT'.