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KERALAN FISH CURRY

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This tamarind-tangy curry makes for a perfect dinner on a hot night; light enough not to knock you out, but spiced enough… Read on

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NURSERY FISH PIE

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There are certain days when only something soothing and comforting and topped with mash potato will do; on such days, this… Read on

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THAI YELLOW PUMPKIN AND SEAFOOD CURRY

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It's a good idea to have something up your sleeve that you can cook quickly, and simply, when you've got friends coming… Read on

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GINGERY HOT DUCK SALAD

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This recipe is a slight reworking of a Cambodian beef salad I often make; here the lime juice in the steeping mixture (which… Read on

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SMOKED COD AND CANNELLINI BEANS

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Of all my reliable standbys, this is one of the speediest. Of course there's more to it, I'm too greedy to settle for mere… Read on

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THAI CRUMBLED BEEF IN LETTUCE WRAPS

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One of the joys of this is how easy and quick it is to make. If you're having people over to dinner midweek, you could make… Read on

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VIETNAMESE CHICKEN AND MINT SALAD

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Since it's easy to buy chicken breast ready-cooked, that's what I generally use, but obviously if you've got a leftover… Read on

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ASIAN-SPICED KEDGEREE

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Kedgeree started life, in India, as a dish of lentils and rice and then, translated into the kitchens of what could be called… Read on

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CAMBODIAN HOT AND SOUR BEEF SALAD

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In How to Eat, I used a shallot for this salad; here I've used a spring onion. Frankly any allium of your choice would be… Read on

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RED SEASONAL SALAD

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For someone who’s never been to Vietnam, I am piling up quite a few recipes which are Vietnamese in inspiration if… Read on

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RED MULLET WITH SWEET AND SOUR SHREDDED SALAD

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We are in rose-tinted heaven here: the pink glint of the red mullet's skin flashes like a Barbie-mermaid's tail against… Read on

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SQUID SALAD WITH LIME, CORIANDER, MINT AND MIZUNA

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Don't worry if the word mizuna means nothing to you. It's a tenderly peppery Japanese salad leaf, which some greengrocers,… Read on

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THAI CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP

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Even if you don't have much chicken left over, you should still make this. A few shreds will be plenty. (And this recipe… Read on

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RICE PAPER ROLLS

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You can often find the rice pancakes, or rice sheets (emphatically not rice paper) in the supermarket. If you're unlucky… Read on

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ANGLO-ASIAN LAMB SALAD

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I love the tangy fire of Thai cooking; I love equally the traditional English partnership of lamb with redcurrant and mint.… Read on