Street food is becoming more and more popular in London, so why not make one of these Asian street food recipes at home for a bit of fun?
Banh-mi is a Vietnamese stuffed baguette – banh means bread and mi, wheat. This version is packed with delicious flavours and looks fantastic with so many colourful ingredients. Take a look at our video recipe for banh-mi
This spicy miso ramen is from the hip Japanese ramen restaurant Bone Daddies. It takes a little time but the result is worth it: rich pork broth with noodles and exotic ingredients. Prepare and marinade the eggs and the meat the night before for best results
Thai is becoming more and more popular as a takeaway option as it has more fragrant flavours and lighter dishes. Pad Thai is a classic spicy noodle dish and is very popular street food in Thailand. Recreate your own at home with our easy 15 minute recipe
Philly cheese steak + Korean bulgogi is a marriage made in heaven sometimes known as a koagie. This is indulgent sandwich is super easy to make. We love a good sandwich!
Wrap pork mince around lemongrass skewers before cooking for serving in lettuce leaf cups. Make an easy salad with finely chopped green beans to serve on top
Small, delicious parcels of succulent meat and fish with a kick of chilli and ginger, pork and prawn dumplings are a dim sum favourite. Learn how to make them with step-by-step help from our test kitchen
A good Japanese-style chicken curry. Made with udon noodles and mild curry paste, it’s healthy, comforting and easy. Made to share, it’s the best midweek meal for two
This quick noodle soup for two hails from Malaysia and takes just 20 minutes to prepare. Warming prawn noodle broth with spicy Laksa paste is topped with cucumber and coriander
This Korean fried chicken (or Jin Chick) is the signature dish at Jinjuu in Soho. Served with a fiery gochujang red sauce or black soy sauce and a side of pickled white radish, they’re irresistible.
Kimchi is one of those foods that goes really well
with other cuisines. Burgers, hotdogs and cheese sandwiches can all be perked up with a spoonful – this trend is well on the way to becoming mainstream. Look for Korean ingredients at MMOriental and Asian supermarkets. If you don’t want to make your own kimchi, there are loads of ready-made varieties available
Thai corn cakes are quick to whip up and make the best canapés or dinner-party starter. Using fresh corn makes all the difference. Serve with pickled cucumbers
Quick, healthy and packed with flavour, beef pho is easier to make than you think. This Vietnamese recipeis a favourite in Vietnam, where they often have this fragrant noodle soup for breakfast, lunch and dinner
Liven up your dinner time with this fragrant Thai-style chicken dish. Also tastes great served cold as a picnic or party dish
Sweet, pillowy Hirata buns are a food trend popping up on menus all over at the moment. Try this on-trend recipe at home with our step-by-step guide. The secret to steamed buns is adding extra raising agent and double rising, which gives you a pillowy bun to stuff your pork belly into
We’ve given a classic flavour combination a new twist with this bacon and egg bibimbap. Prep all the veg before cooking the rice, so it stays warm while you cook the toppings
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