Cantonese Garlic King Prawns

Juicy prawns are bathed in a rich buttery sauce in this classic Chinese dish.


Fish and Vegetable Bake

Many believe that fish, rich in omega-3 fatty acids is good for the brain. To help keep your brain healthy, Debbie shares her recipe for Fish and Vegetable Bake.


Roberta Muir’s Warm Asian Salad of Squid

Spring into spring with this simple but delicious squid salad from Roberta Muir.


Simple Chicken Chorizo Paella

Paella represents the best of Spanish cuisine, so full of flavour and very simple to prepare. Today’s Simple Chicken Chorizo Paella ticks all the boxes.

Party Food

Chilli Salt Prawns

For a really decadent entrée try a mix of prawns, squid and scallops


Salt and Pepper Squid

Drew shares his recipe for spicy salt and pepper squid which goes great as a snack with family or friends.


Thai Prawn Curry

Thai curries can be as mild or as spicy as you like. Keeping in mind that cooking should be fun and easy, this simple recipe for Thai Prawn curry can be altered to suit your own tastes.



Paella is a notoriously difficult dish to make. Rachel keeps is simple with this foolproof recipe. And remember, the best Paella is always a little crispy on the bottom.


Aromatic Crab Cakes

Sri Owen shares with us a recipe from her book, Indonesian Food for Aromatic Crab Cakes and the story behind them.


Simple Seared Scallops

The art of cooking perfect seafood is keeping it simple. Fresh scallops need little more than the correct seasoning and a few minutes in a hot frying pan.


Oysters Kilpatrick

Oysters are one of those delicacies that you either love or hate. Debbie’s delicious recipe for Oysters Kilpatrick will have you in the mood for love, or just happy to have enjoyed!


Salt and Pepper Prawns

Fry the prawns in batches, around two minutes per batch until just opaque. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain on kitchen paper. Once the prawns are cooked, deep-fry the sliced chilli in the oil for 1-2 minutes. Remove with a slotted spoon and drain on kitchen paper.