It is said that one biang biang noodle can fill an entire rice bowl. Learn how to make these surprisingly easy noodles - you'll be as stunned as I was as to how fun and tasty they are.
This pork is delicately flavoured with black tea and is best accompanied by a glass of saké. Consider it for a Christmas dinner with a Japanese twist.
Tannins tenderise the meat and reduce the fat so it becomes light and clean. You’ll also use the marinade to dress the salad so there is no waste - it is so simple.
Pork belly is loved by the Chinese. This is the dish that truly serves up that natural fresh taste.
One of the best ham glazes I have tasted.
An amalgam of wintery thoughts from Spain and Portugal.
Deliciously seasoned breakfast sausage with very little salt and no preservatives. Remarkably little effort is needed to make this easy, delicious sausage.
The best way to keep your pork moist and flavoursome while cooking. Try adding your favourite spices!
Makes an appetising starter for your dinner party.
This slow cooker method not only saves your oven space, but it also results in the most fall-apart tender and flavourful ham ever.
This is a sweet and spicy stew that you start in the morning and let the slow cooker do the rest.
Cabbage, beef, pork and rice are simmered in a flavourful tomato broth for the ultimate bowl of comfort food.
A tasty and inexpensive Greek-inspired casserole of cabbage rolls stuffed with rice and mince.
An asian inspired cabbage soup that is amazing.
In Cambodia, this dish often includes hard-boiled quail or duck eggs.