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Asian Cuisine

Nasi goreng, or Indonesian fried rice, is a simple recipe to prepare but full of flavour. Find out how to prepare it on Fine Dining Lovers.
Balinese chef Wayan Sutariawan.
Reviving a lost Indonesian recipe: ikan klengis
A lost Indonesian traditional recipe ikan klengis is revived at Four Seasons Resort Bali at Sayan, by Balinese chef Wayan Sutariawan.
Simpler than it seems, satay sauce only takes a couple of quick steps to make and is an instant crowdpleaser.
Wok on a fire
Cooking Without Gas? Electricity Versus the Wok
Wok cooking is synonymous with gas, but a ban on gas stoves in new-builds in California is forcing chefs of Asian cuisine to rethink their craft. Read on.
Sweet Memories: How Chefs are Remixing Nostalgic Asian Snacks
Like Proust and his madeleines, the flavours of chefs' childhoods often evoke powerful memories and responses. Some Asian chefs have taken the snack-aisle treats of yore and reimagined them, with fascinating results. Kiki Aranita investigates.
Asia's 50 Best Restaurants 2021 - The Top 10 in Dishes
The Chairman restaurant in Hong Kong was crowned Best Restaurant in Asia 2021 at Asia's 50 Best Restaurants' virtual awards ceremony, sponsored by S
Hawking Tall: UNESCO Boost for Singapore Street Food
It's been a tough year for the hospitality industry all over the world, but Singapore's hawkers have something to shout about following official recognition by UNESCO. Here we explored the Lion City's hawker centres to find out the word on the street about UNESCO, and how it could change the game for Singapore's hawker stalls.
Saving Singapore's Heritage Cuisine
The heritage dishes of Singapore are in danger of dying out, as tastes and lifestyles change among younger people. But some chefs are working hard to keep the dishes alive as an important reflection of Singaporean identity.
Green Curry
Finding the Heart of Cambodian Cuisine in the U.S.
Cambodian cuisine has often been overlooked in favour of Thai and Vietnamese food, but a new generation of Cambodian chefs are helping Khmer cuisine to flourish in the United States.
Bamboo Shoots
Shooting up – The Rise of Bamboo Shoots
Bamboo shoots have long been a staple in many Asian countries, but the humble sprouts are becoming more and more popular around the world, with lots of inventive and tasty ways to prepare them. Here's a look at bamboo shoots.