Recipes by Di Swann
This recipe uses tender lemon tree leaves, fresh ginger, coriander, mint and Wattie’s Bit on the Side Sweet Chilli Sauce – proving that your tastebuds can visit Thailand even if you can’t.
This is a popular, refreshing Thai dish. The fresh flavours combined with crisp lettuce make a superb little entrée bite, or put some rice on and have it as a main meal.
Your choice of meat – either way it’s a great combo with Wattie's Wok Creations and egg noodles.
Fishing for a compliment? Try this risotto dish which takes boring old rice and fish and turns them into a culinary extravaganza! The fish is mixed with lime and coriander to create tasty fritters, while the risotto and vegetables add traditional Thai flavours to the dish.
Layers of subtle Asian flavours and interesting textures make this quick and easy chicken dish a popular choice you can turn to time after time.
Give yourself an omega-3 boost in the best possible taste with this Japanese-inspired creation that’s big on flavour and nutritious ingredients. A sure-fire winner that will win you compliments every time.
Need a light snack or simple entertaining idea? Mashed potatoes make a lovely soft hot cake. Why not try it with cold cooked chicken instead of the fish? Either way it’s a crowd pleaser.
One bite and they’ll be hooked by this fragrant Thai-inspired laksa mixed with soft and yummy egg noodles.
A quick, fast, tasty meal on the table in fifteen minutes flat!
Baking fish in paper with sweet chilli sauce seals in all the juices and keeps it tender.
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.
We all love sweet and sour chicken, but this coconut sambal is especially delicious. Add some pawpaw or mango to the salad and enjoy a tasty, tropical dish.
Sweet and Sour Pork Meatballs are simply delicious. The addition of a high-fibre vegetable mix makes this quick, one-pan meal a very healthy pick!
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.
Wok-a-licious! Cooking with a wok is quick and easy. This recipe is a great way to get into the groove combining lemon, ginger, chicken and vegetables together to create a sweet and sour taste sensation.
New Zealand lamb meets Indonesian satay sauce – do your bit for cross-cultural relations in the kitchen.
Busy day and need something quick and tasty? Here’s the answer, it serves 2 but is easily doubled for 4 or more.
Bring the taste of the Orient to your table with this Singaporean sensation.
Orange, honey and Chinese five spice powder make a wonderful overnight marinade for pork slices … it’s steeping while you’re sleeping.
Inspired by a favourite takeout meal, make this and enjoy how easy it is to recreate at home.