Set aside some time this weekend to dip into our slow-cooking collection, packed with warming braises, aromatic curries and soothing stews. Trust us, they’re worth the wait.
Draw inspiration from your local Chinese barbecue shop by making your own roasted pork belly, with tender, juicy meat and glass-like crackling.
This Malaysian chicken curry uses chicken on the bone for greater depth of flavour. Simmer until the chicken is tender.
Rump steak gets given the tender treatment in this fragrant braise of beef, soy and star anise, heady with red wine and ginger.
Just a handful of simple ingredients and a few hours’ of your time are all you need to create this warming stew of beef ribs with honey and rosemary, perfect with a side of mashed potato.
Slow and steady wins the race with this authentic Chinese recipe for braised pork belly Mao-style, an unctuous dish that hails from Chairman Mao’s home province of Hunan.
A signature dish of Indonesia and Malaysia, this aromatic beef rendang calls for at least three hours of simmering, until the meat is melt-in-the-mouth tender.
Classic Chinese ingredients, such as hoisin and oyster sauce, add lovely depth of flavour to this rich lamb casserole.
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