La Mien, when translated to English stands for La “to pull” and Mien “noodle”. It is a type of handmade or hand-pulled Chinese noodle.
We all assume steaming food is better for you. Here’s some proof as to why.
Originally cooked in Japan’s hot springs (or onsen), these are the ultimate slow poached eggs.
Try Korean hot pot, Korean barbecue and Korean Bossam for a dining experience that allows you to get hands-on. Visit your local Korean restaurant to cook your own Korean Bulgogi, steamboat and barbecue wraps.
Give your barbecues a multicultural spin by introducing the flavours of Asia. Take a look at a classic Chinese barbecue dish, char siu pork.
Discover how to plate your food like a professional, with our expert advice on food styling. Find out why Asian chefs prefer to serve foods in odd numbers, how garnishes can make a recipe pop, and the secret to a good-looking curry.
Eaten throughout Asia for thousands of years, the benefits of edible seaweed are only just being discovered throughout the rest of the world. With its ocean of flavour and health benefits, it’s certainly an algae worth eating!
Chinese is our most popular cuisine to dine out on. Here’s why.
Mochi is a Japanese sticky rice cake, traditionally eaten around Lunar New Year and is made from mochiko (sweet rice flour) which is used both in savoury and sweet dishes.