From my kitchen in downtown Melbourne, these are my hand selected favourites.
A staple dish in our home. It may take a little while to prepare the sauces, but I assure you, it's well worth it!
Need to up your sandwich game? You can't go wrong with this killer combo, juicy flavoursome chicken, sesame flavoured pickled carrots and a little bit of spice from two kinds of chilli.
Transform the cheap loaf of garlic bread from the supermarket with some prawns and a few seasonings into a popular yum cha dish!
Soon to become your new weekly staple, this easy to make noodle soup will be on the table with minimum effort with maximum flavour.
Possibly my favourite dish to make with the Thermomix. You can steam a whole chicken whilst cooking rice below for one hell of a winner winner chicken dinner!
Not sure why it's called a sourdough, but you will need yeast, flour, water and salt to make this bread happen, and that's all!
The tastiest way to bring life back into stale bread! I cook mine in the airfyer for something different.
My favourite type of dumpling at yum cha is siu mai. With everyone in lockdown, it was time to have yum cha at home!
A vegan dish that everyone will enjoy, with a sneaky little trick to turn mushrooms into scallops! A simple dish, beaming with flavour.
The simple combination of citrus and rosemary is a sure fire winner. Balancing the kumquat flavour with an orange makes it a little less intense and bitter.
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Instead of making a stack of pancakes, why not just make one big one to share?
Hot due to the chilli and cayenne pepper in them. If you haven't tried the chilli chocolate combo, get onto it.
The Langham's high tea is one of the most popular in Melbourne. They recently shared their secret scone recipe for you to make at home.
A simple no churn ice cream option that will last in the freezer for 1 month, that's if you don't eat it all in one sitting!
If you have an excess of over ripe bananas and a bit over chucking them in smoothies, this is the recipe for you!
You can't go wrong with the combination of salty and sweet. These fudgy brownies are bound to please!
A popular Japanese street food snack, filled with red bean paste and sometimes chocolate!
A nice twist on the usual banana bread with a subtle chocolate swirl! Not only does it look good, but tastes great too.
A great recipe to use up an abundance of persimmons. A popular street snack from Xi'an, China.
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