Crispy, layered, vol-au-vent pastry is the perfect vessel for a savory or sweet filling. The chili and tuna filled appetizers are great as small finger food.
Za’atar garlic knots are worth more than 10 slices of cakes, they are addictive, full of flavour and so easy to make. Even for a novice bread baker.
A kid-friendly breakfast, these pancakes use ripe bananas and are drizzled with a salted caramel sauce that is truly addictive.
Try this rich broth and pasta stew, spiked with garlic, lemongrass, and slow-cooked ribs.
Ghee butter can be used in a variety of savory dishes as well as traditional Indian and Pakistani desserts. Learn how.
Spiced Bombay potatoes is a great side dish with steamed rice.
Hard scoop chocolate ganache ice cream tucked into crispy vanilla cones.
International baked aubergine with mozzarella and arabic spices.
Cherry Mascarpone trifle is light and not too sweet. With light genoise as bottom layer, this dessert is exquisite as a cake or in jars.
This gorgeously looking bread brings the smells and flavors of the Mediterranean right into your own home.
Dried anchovies are common throughout Asia; although they might be trickier to find elsewhere, most Chinese supermarkets or specialty stores should carry them.
Pumpkin puree is in everything time of year and while canned varieties are just fine why not learn to make it yourself at home?
Try this sweet Malaysian dish made of green mung beans cooked with decadent, creamy coconut milk and palm sugar.
Learn to make this savory staple to keep at home or collect pretty glassware to give it as a gift.
Candied cherries let you make fruit-filled muffins for breakfast all year round.
This hearty one-pot dinner is full of different herbs and spices in both the meatballs and the stew for layers of complex flavor.
Don’t be intimidated by the homemade pasta in this recipe — gnocchi is time consuming but simple, and so worth it.
Bloomer refers to a British white bread that’s perfect for paninis or even just PB&J.
It is important to use the correct dates, dark and soft like Medjool, to keep this loaf moist.
This is really a quick recipe, but what prolongs the misery is the waiting time.
These cajun chickens are certainly made healthier than the KFC ones.
Enjoy this awesome french beans casserole with poached egg recipe from Jehanne Ali.
Grated coconut is pressed on the bottom of the mould before pouring the batter in. If you are after steamed cakes, this is the recipe for you.
This recipe will be in your to-do menu. It is definitely a satisfying bake and tastier treat than the store-bought ones.
There is love. There is family. And there is chocolates.
Made from scratch with a freshly ground spice mix. This taste is just superb!
Pizza dough, but in a fancier presentation this time round in the form of dinner rolls, or, Pizza Balls.
Tangy, spicy and full of flavors, this prawn satay recipe will leave you smiling.
Give yourself a boost with this aromatic Thai style curry. Who says curry can’t be healthy?
It’s quinoa time, and therefore you should try this quinoa stew recipe with roasted aubergine.
Try these Mexican Wedding cookies – so whimsically romantic, with all the powdered sugar coating.
This is perfect for weeknight meals or impromptu lunches, and can be made milder or hotter based on preference.
try not to enjoy those too often, but trust me, those tasty fritters are sure worth every drop of oil dripping from them.
Mediterranean flavours for sumptuous layers of goodness in a granola yogurt parfait.
Back from a trip to Turkey, Jehanne Ali goes on a mission to recreate some of the flavors of the Ottomans.
These exquisite and very popular French holiday cookies are both festive and luxurious.
A moreish autumn treat, devilishly delicious and fit for all ages.
Try these rich, flaky puffs with savoury beef and potato filling.
A refreshing Coconut Pandan jelly for that everlasting summer.