The smoked haddock and new potato pie needs nothing more than the simplest green salad served alongside, dressed only with lemon juice, extra virgin olive oil and salt.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jul 01 10:42:49 EST 2013
Neil Perry's winter version of fish and chips.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jul 01 10:14:01 EST 2013
With the jellies, the better the quality of the honey, the better the result. Serve them with cognac or espresso coffee.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jun 24 11:02:35 EST 2013
Neil Perry warms up the kitchen with a classic moussaka and quince jellied candies.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Jun 22 03:00:01 EST 2013
Kohlrabi is the most delicious of vegetables. It's not always the easiest to find, but it's well worth hunting out.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jun 17 09:52:31 EST 2013
Lamb shanks work equally well. Add creamy potatoes or wet polenta for the perfect winter dinner.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jun 17 09:49:17 EST 2013
Ward off the winter chills with this classic comfort food from Neil Perry.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Jun 15 03:00:01 EST 2013
The kimchi is a sure-to-impress addition to the table. It's a great flavour burst - wonderful with any protein and a bowl of rice and steamed greens.
Cook | Neil Perry | Thu Jun 13 10:18:24 EST 2013
The marinade also works well with a butterflied leg of lamb on the barbecue. Serve with a fresh cucumber and mint salsa.
Cook | Neil Perry | Thu Jun 13 10:11:55 EST 2013
Serenading with marinades: Neil Perry serves up thyme, oregano and citrus chicken, and a spicy kimchi.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Jun 08 03:03:01 EST 2013
The blue eye salad is like a Thai-style san choy bow - beautiful served with just rice. You can use prawns, chicken thigh fillet, minced lamb or beef instead of the fish.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jun 03 11:39:43 EST 2013
XO sauce is one of the most adaptable Asian condiments you can keep in your fridge. Great as a stir- fry sauce or as a chilli sauce on the side, it's also delicious over steamed chicken with ginger...
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon Jun 03 10:23:35 EST 2013
Surf and turf: Get the best of both worlds with these Asian-inspired mains by Neil Perry.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat Jun 01 03:05:01 EST 2013
Leave the rose water out of the ice-cream mix if it isn't to your taste. You could also try mixing the nuts up by making it half pistachio and half ground almonds.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue May 28 11:17:52 EST 2013
Other fish work well here instead of swordfish, particularly those that are a bit "meatier", such as blue-eye trevalla, hapuka or snapper.
Cook | Neil Perry | Tue May 28 10:56:16 EST 2013
Transport the tastebuds with these gorgeous recipes: only the flavours are complex.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat May 25 03:00:01 EST 2013
Simple yet flavourful, bibimbap is a hearty warmer for the cooler months. Chicken thigh is a good substitute for the beef.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon May 20 13:10:25 EST 2013
A perennial favourite is even more perfect with this delicious, crunchy prailine on top. You can't beat the combination of chocolate and hazelnuts.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon May 20 12:46:07 EST 2013
Simple yet flavourful, bibimbap is a hearty warmer for the cooler months.
Cook | Neil Perry | Sat May 18 03:00:01 EST 2013
This dish, which can be made ahead of time, is great for dessertphobic cooks.
Cook | Neil Perry | Mon May 13 15:22:07 EST 2013