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Too easy! Marinated beef on skewers and a choice of tasty peanut or yoghurt chilli dipping sauces. On second thought, why choose one when you can have both?
Mild Asian flavours the whole family can enjoy. The hardest part is deciding how to eat it fork, spoon or chopsticks? It’s up to you.
Your friends and family will love this tasty vegetable-packed Wok Creations®
Pineapple and pork is one of those classic combinations that goes even better with a sweet and sour sauce.
Perfect for a party platter. Marinated chicken nibbles served with a delicious chilli and yoghurt dipping sauce.
We’re always asked for stir-fry recipes because they’re quick and easy to make and taste great. Fantastic for those busy weekday meals when you’re in a rush to get a tasty meal on the table.
Stir fries are nutritious, delicious and so easy to prepare. This stirring creation mixes the low fat, protein-packed power of tuna with rice and your recommended daily allowance of fresh vegetables. It’s a no-fuss recipe that’s good-to-go when you’re rushed off your feet.
A tasty addition to your next BBQ or picnic.
Inspired by a favourite take out make this and enjoy how easy it can be made at home.
Orange, honey and Chinese five spice powder make a wonderful overnight marinade for pork slices… it’s steeping while you’re sleeping.
No need for Thai take-out! Impress your family with this healthy mid-week meal (with lots of veges and positively addictive peanut sauce!)
Bring the taste of the orient to your table with this Singaporean sensation.
Busy day and need something quick and tasty?Here’s the answer, it serves 2 but is easily doubled for 4 or more.
New Zealand lamb meets Indonesian satay sauce –do your bit for cross-cultural relations in the kitchen.
Wok-a-licious! Cooking with a wok is quick and easy. This recipes is a great way to get into the groove, combining lemon, ginger, chicken and vegetables together to create a sweet and sour taste sensation.
Sweet and sour is another one of those all-time favourites and this is a great way to enjoy fish. This recipe is easy enough to make using chicken or pork. Remember to drain the oil well after cooking the fish to keep the fat level down.
Sweet&Sour Pork Meatballs are simply delicious. The addition of a high fibre vegetable mix makes this quick, one-pan meal a very healthy pick!
Love the crispy battered sweet and sour chicken from your local Chinese Takeaway? Now you can make it yourself at home – easy and authentic!
We all love sweet and sour chicken but this Coconut Sambal with which it is served, is especially tasty. Why not add some pawpaw or mango to the salad and enjoy this tropical dish.
In case you’ve forgotten how good this tastes, here’s a reminder – delicious chunks of pork in a spicy, ginger-garnished sweet and sour sauce.