Quinoa fried rice

If you love fried rice but want it to be as healthy as possible, try replacing the rice with quinoa. Quinoa is a powerhouse of protein, iron, fibre and vitamin B, to mention only a few.

Duck and fried rice

This unusual take on fried rice uses a duck breast as the main ingredient plus orange segments which add a lovely citrus flavour to the dish and cut through the richness of the meat. Great as a special midweek meal.

Pork and prawn pops

Get the kids involved in making these delicious Vietnamese-inspired pork and prawn pops. The tasty grilled sticks are delicious eaten as is, or wrapped in rice paper rolls with crispy vegetables and herbs.

Chicken fried rice

This chicken fried rice is a great quick kids' dinner when you want to use up leftover veggies in the fridge and have some BBQ chicken to hand too! Some quick chopping action and frying pan is all that's needed to get this tasty meal on the table in minutes!

Prawn toasts

This recipe shows you how to make those yummy prawn toasts that you get in Chinese restaurants and you will be surprised how easy it is.

Easy Chinese lemon chicken

Tasty lemon chicken made just like a Chinese restaurant is one of the easiest ways to whip up a family meal that everyone will eat, without having to hit the local takeway. This version of Chinese lemon chicken is sweet and flavoursome.

Spring rolls

Spring rolls are a delicious crunchy entrée served with many Asian cuisines. Now you can enjoy their deep-fried goodness at home with the easy recipe that uses frozen spring roll wrappers to take all the pain out of making them yourself.

Fried rice

Fried rice is a great dinner option that can be made to use up the vegetables you have in your fridge. Throw in a little meat and an egg and you have a complete meal. Cheap, quick and easy to make, fried rice is a popular family dinner.

Coca-Cola chicken stir fry

This Coca-Cola chicken stir fry is fast, easy and convenient to get on the table. It uses thin chicken strips with fast cooking frozen vegetables for a 20 minute meal. Instead of traditional Asian sweeteners like palm or brown sugar it uses cola to sweeten the sauce.

Five spice chicken

Give your midweek chicken dinner a makeover with a sprinkling of salty five spice. It’s mild enough for the kids to enjoy, yet enough of a diversion from run-of-the-mill roast chook to keep the adults coming back for more.