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Easy Curry Snacks

A simple and crispy curry triangle recipe using rice paper wraps that the whole family will enjoy. INGREDIENTS: 1/2 red onion 2 tsp turmeric powder pinch of cumin powder Curry leaves, thinly sliced (optional) 2 small Potatoes, peeled and finely diced 1 small carrot, peeled and finely diced 1/2 cup...

Gluten Free Crackers

A great crispy delight when you're craving a snack, or preparing a grazing board. INGREDIENTS prepared wonton dough HG wonton wrapper mix (alternatively our dumpling mix also works for this recipe!)Himalayan saltherbs or spices eg. paprika, oregano (optional)seeds eg. pumpkin seed, hemp seed (optional)olive oil   METHOD: Preheat oven to 180C. Once you have...

Wonton Canapés

These canapĂ©s are so versatile, perfect for a snack or to entertain. Serve with Thai chicken larb, Vietnamese vermicelli salad, or make it a sweet treat! INGREDIENTS prepared wonton dough HG wonton wrapper mix 250g chicken, minced 3 garlic cloves, finely minced2 red eschalots, finely sliced1 lemongrass stalk, finely sliced2 kaffir lime leaves, finely slicedï»ż1...

Snow Moon Cake

Served cold, snow skin mooncakes are a non-baked mooncake originating from Hong Kong. The outer skin is made from a rice mixture that resembles mochi with a sweet filling inside (most commonly red bean or black sesame, the possibilities are endless eg. coconut and banana, mango, strawberry). Makes 8 small...

Wonton "Money Bags"

A Yum Cha favourite. These little crispy parcels are sure to be a popular treat! Have a go at making your own gluten free wonton money bags, they're easier than you might think. INGREDIENTS 300g pork, minced150g shiitake mushroom (or prawn meat), choppedΠtsp ground white pepper2 tsp ginger, minced2...

Khanom Krok Thai Coconut Pancake

I remember coming across this popular Thai dessert at a street food stall in Bangkok when travelling with family. Khanom khrok (otherwise known as little coconut pancakes) is a traditional Thai dessert. There are 2 parts to the batter of this recipe, the outside mixture is what makes it crisp,...

Pickled Watermelon Rind

A fantastic appetiser or side dish to serve with asian meals. Watermelon rind is the less favourite part of the fruit, but rather than waste it why not pickle them! They give a crunchy texture and really gets your appetite going. INGREDIENTS: Watermelon rind 2 Tablespoons salt apple cider vinegar...

Miso Eggplant Dip

Based on a Japanese plant based side dish, we've come up with a super umami miso eggplant dip. 

Shallot Pancake

Shallot pancakes are a favourite snack and often found at Shanghainese restaurants. The amazing smell when it hits the pan just makes your mouth water. We love them because they are also super quick and easy to make. INGREDIENTS: a bunch of shallot, finely chopped salt olive oil rice flour for dusting...