Nariyal Chicken Curry

The original recipe for this curry is from the fabulous chef Hari Ghotra who is our go-to for all Indian recipes. This recipe is a bit different as it’s a hybrid curry, with the spice base common in Northern Indian curries and the creamy coconut flavours of Southern Indian curries. We have adapted the recipe a little and it always makes ...

This is a dish that doesn’t take much cooking at all – it’s a fast, tasty and nutritious meal that can be done in a flash. If you don’t fancy the chicken or are vegetarian/vegan, it can easily be swapped with a couple of tins of your fave beans or pulses. ...

szechuan chicken

Szechuan or Kung Po chicken is world famous for being aromatically spicy and fiery, with a mouth-numbing after-effect. You can make this as spicy or non-spicy as you like. Below is the recipe for a spicy version (as we like it hot!), so just skip the fresh chilli and half the szechuan pepper if you want it less spicy and ...

CHicken pearl barley and veg soup in Sakura

We made this delicious soup with Sakura’s soup function or with Bamboo and Panda’s slow cook function – it’s a very versatile and forgiving soup, you can throw any veg that you have into it, the more veg the better (*note when making this recipe in Panda, you will need to scale the ingredients down). For the green leafy veg ...

Pair this with our Mexican rice recipe for a real feast! Served great with whole wheat Tortillas or plain if you prefer. This recipe is non-offensive and a good filling meal for novice and experienced Mexican foodies alike. ...

piri piri chicken

Piri piri (used as a seasoning or marinade) is Portuguese in origin and especially prevalent in Angola, Namibia, Mozambique and South Africa. In this recipe we use our own piri piri marinade which is deliciously taste bud tingling, you can use shop bought too if you don’t want to make it. ...

teriyaki

Teriyaki (kanji: 照り焼き; hiragana: てりやき) is a cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine in which foods are grilled while being basted in a marinade based on soy sauce, mirin, and sugar. This is our delicious recipe for teriyaki chicken. We use honey instead of sugar as we feel this gives a nicer flavour and add ginger which gives a little ...

Another tasty but simple Thai dish – this is a ‘go-to’ dish all over Thailand for lunch, it’s usually served ‘on rice’ and topped with a fried egg. ...

With thanks to Jan on the Yum Asia team for this delicious recipe, our greedy panda loves the tanginess of this recipe and how it blends well with her favourite long grain rice. It’s one of our firm favourites and can be easily adapted to your taste. ...

A dish which is very common in Thailand, a delicious and savoury sauce which pairs perfectly with your Yum Asia rice cooker – cooked white rice! **If you prefer a vegetarian version substitute chicken stock for vegetable stock and replace the chicken pieces with tofu pieces. ...