Honey and cardamom cheesecake

Honey and cardamom cheesecake

Adam Liaw In this dessert, the floral and citrus notes of cardamom cut through the richness of cream and cheese, and you don't even need to bake it!

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
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Dan Lepard These thin, French-style pancakes are perfect for wrapping fillings but can also be served folded with lemon juice and sugar. Yum!

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Roasted chicken polpette with peas and yoghurt

Karen Martini This is an easy and delicious meal that comes up beautifully the next day as a cold snack.

Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Brioche rolls with crayfish, kimchi and sesame mayonnaise.

Lobster rolls with kimchi

Karen Martini The lobster roll has captured the public imagination like few other sandwiches.

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Making perfect pancakes

Dan Lepard shares a couple of secrets to help you make perfect thin, crepe-style pancakes. (02:18)

Steamed Murray cod with red chilli oil

Steamed Murray cod with red chilli oil.

ADAM LIAW This version of the classic Chinese steamed fish is covered with a vibrant red chilli oil to represent fire in the 2016 Chinese zodiac.

The perfect barbecued sausage

Adam Liaw's perfect barbecued sausage in a bun.

ADAM LIAW The reality is that sausages are not all that easy to cook. Too much sizzle and they're raw in the middle and burnt on the outside. Too little and the skin gets tough and wrinkled. Here's a foolproof solution; the sauce surrounding the sausages keeps them moist while they cook through on a foil tray.