- 30 mins - 1 hour
- Neil Perry
Good Food - Adam Liaw
2010 MasterChef winner and TV presenter
This simple whole fish recipe is a show-stopper. Just match the fragrant salmon and rice with a simple salad to feed a crowd easily and healthily.
Celebration,Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Dec 16 11:22:29 EST 2014
Any feast has to end on a high note and this delicious dessert takes all the flavours of your traditional Christmas sweets - pavlova, Christmas cake, panettone and White Christmas - and smashes them...
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Dec 09 12:11:29 EST 2014
This grown-up salad-style prawn cocktail is the perfect start to your Christmas feast. Add some sliced red chillies if you want a spicier kick.
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Dec 09 11:57:42 EST 2014
Forget the baked potatoes and brussels sprouts. The sweet and spicy Buffalo glaze on this turkey and the burger-flavoured stuffing matches with fresh, crisp lettuce, creamy avocado and a zingy blue...
Christmas Feasts,Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Dec 09 11:25:00 EST 2014
Preparing sashimi is like any other part of Japanese cuisine; easy to get started, but incredibly difficult to perfect.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Mon Nov 10 14:53:51 EST 2014
The dishes in Adam's Big Pot are simple enough for the novice home cook, affordable enough to feed the whole family, and can all be made from basic supermarket ingredients.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Sat Nov 08 23:45:00 EST 2014
The playful name 'oyakodon' translates roughly as 'parent-and-child' rice bowl. Often made with chicken and eggs, this salmon version uses sashimi salmon and salmon roe for a delicious and simple...
Cook | Adam Liaw | Fri Nov 07 15:32:15 EST 2014
Fried noodles may not seem like the most natural barbecue dish, but Adam Liaw finds a barbie hotplate makes a great teppanyaki grill.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Oct 28 00:00:00 EST 2014
This simple Swedish "prawns on toast" is great as a half-serve for an entree, or as a full serve for a perfect light lunch. Best of all, it's as simple as anything.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Sep 30 14:43:37 EST 2014
Kottbullar med graddsas, aka meatballs, are possibly Sweden's greatest culinary ambassador. Don't settle for pre-packaged shortcuts.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Sep 30 13:58:29 EST 2014
Bifanas are a matter of national pride. There are local variations of bifanas all over Portugal, but any Lisbonian will tell you theirs is the best.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Wed Aug 13 14:21:55 EST 2014
The Portuguese love their food. Travel around Portugal and you'll even find proud gastronomy between two slices of bread.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Wed Aug 13 14:21:22 EST 2014
The flavour of watermelon combines the green, grassy compounds that give their distant relative, the cucumber, its flavour, with warm, woody notes similar to carrot, pumpkin or even tomato.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Jul 08 13:41:23 EST 2014
For such a common fruit, the flavour of strawberries is anything but simple. There are aspects of pineapple, clove and caramel that combine to produce a flavour that's quite different to other...
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Jul 08 13:41:19 EST 2014
From Malaysia and Singapore's Hainanese chicken rice to Peru's Chifa cuisine, Chinese food far from home is evolving in new and creative directions. In Peru, Chifa restaurants can be found everywhere.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Jun 10 14:30:18 EST 2014
Yes, it's true; the perennial Chinese restaurant favourite in the West isn't really from China at all.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Jun 10 14:29:57 EST 2014
Chinese food as far away from home as Peru is evolving in new and creative directions.
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue Jun 10 03:00:00 EST 2014
The Japanese answer to schnitzel is one of the most popular dishes in Japan. This secret to the perfect tonkatsu was taught to me by the chef at my favourite tonkatsu place in Tokyo when I lived...
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue May 06 11:39:35 EST 2014
Although it was originally created in France, doria is now found almost exclusively in Japan. It's basically a rice gratin; rice is either flavoured or topped with other ingredients such as bolognese...
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue May 06 10:56:58 EST 2014
We all love Japanese food, but one part of the cuisine that doesn't get much notice outside Japan is youshoku: dishes from the West that have been adapted and interpreted into something uniquely...
Cook | Adam Liaw | Tue May 06 03:00:00 EST 2014