Quick Seafood and Garlic Linguine

This linguine is made with perfectly cooked prawns and calamari, mixed with a tomato sauce that is flavoured with anchovies, capers, white wine and chilli flakes. Cherry tomatoes are tossed through at the end and warmed until their juices just start to release. This delicious seafood and garlic linguine will take less than twenty minutes […]

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Chicken and Prawn Pad Thai

We’ve put up a few Thai posts on this blog lately, and now it’s time for perhaps the most popular Thai dish of all (in Australia anyway) – Chicken and Prawn Pad Thai! Everyone loves this – rice stick noodles, a sweet, tangy and salty sauce, and in this case chicken, prawn and tofu as […]

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Quick Seafood and Pork Udon Noodle Soup

If you love seafood and noodle soups then this recipe is made for you. A very easy recipe that will deliver on flavour and most importantly… comfort. Can be made in under 20 minutes which is perfect for anyone wanting something delicious without any effort.

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Vietnamese Crispy Crepes – Banh Xeo

Vietnamese Crispy Crepes - Banh Xeo

As the years pass by, I am slowly becoming more of a homebody. Combine this with the sleep deprivation that comes with having a child and you get Mr Anti-Social. That may sound like a bad thing, but I have enjoyed being a hermit. My only regret was that I got a little too comfortable […]

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Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls – Cha Gio

Vietnamese Spring Rolls - Cha Gio

All my life I have never came across a person who didn’t enjoy munching on a few fried spring rolls from time to time. These little morsels of goodness are probably the most popular dish to come out of Vietnam. Each one is filled with pork, prawns and a variety vegetables which are seasoned with traditional […]

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Traditional Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls – Goi Cuon

Traditional Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls with 3 Sauces

The first dinner party Steph and I ever hosted was a rice paper roll night! I remember Steph being very relaxed while I was the complete opposite. It was the first time we had ever done something like this, so I was naturally a train wreck. Rather than make the rolls ourselves, we chose to […]

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