Tender pork and a depth of flavours really bring this dish together.
A delicious creamy chicken pasta that you are sure to make again.
This Christmas why not try this delightful twist on the classic roast turkey.
Onions help balance the flavour of the liver for a classic British dish.
These are similar in approach to roast potatoes, but a different and equally great result. The potatoes end up moist, tender and full of flavour, pairing nicely with anything from roast beef to pork chops. Alternatively turn them into a meal on their own by mixing in some shredded meat and a sprinkle of cheese on top.
This week we look at the Spansh method of Khao Pad Goong, which comes out very different (but equally tasty) to it's Thai cousin.Fresh prawns and vegetables will give this dish a great flavour, with the fry plus bake method really infusing the different elements.
This Chicken Parmesan is an amazing cheesey, tomato combination with crispy chicken on linguine or your preferred pasta. If you like your chicken extra crispy dip in an egg wash and coat in breadcrumbs before frying.
An infusion of tropical flavours make this fish stew a favourite dish. This proves populare with both locals and expats in Thailand, with many of the ingredients shared with Thai cuisine.
Recreate the classic flat pack furniture dish at home. Best eaten at an already assembled dining table.
A familiar dish in an unfamiliar style, this Indian inspired soup will have you coming back for more.
A western take on a dish often found in Thailand, this will be enjoyed by all nationalities. Using a pre-cooked bbq chicken cuts the cooking time down and adds to the flavour.