Our Recipes

Authentic African and South-East Asian recipes for your enjoyment – just as the locals would do it.

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Filipino Cuisine

View our variety of Pinoy recipes regularly updated. All ingredients can be purchased through our store.

Yema Bread Rolls

Tasty bread rolls suitable for any breakfast table.

Beef Giniling

An easy to prepare everyday Filipino main meal.

Pancit Canton

A simple filipino dish usually served for merienda.

Sinanglay Na Tilapia

Another Filipino classic dish with fish and coconut milk.

Kaldereta

A tasty vegetable dish made-up of different fresh vegetables, pork, and shrimp paste.

Adobo

Pork Adobo is considered by many as the Philippine’s national dish.

Nigerian Cuisine

View our variety of Nigerian recipes regularly updated. All ingredients can be purchased through our store.

Eggless Nigerian Pancakes

A new take on pancakes; Nigerian style.

Puff Puff

A West African street food that’s easy to make with different variations. Often eaten as a snack or appetiser. Tasty!

Spicy Fried Rice

Nigerian spicy fried rice is eaten with plantain and grilled beef, chicken or fish.

Egg Stew

A Nigerian favourite that can be had as breakfast with toast bread or dinner with yam.

Amala (Yam flour)

A Nigerian food made out of yam flour. Amala is usually eaten with Egusi, Ogbolo or any Nigerian soup.

Ogbono Soup

A popular Nigerian drawn soup made with Ogbono seeds (wild african bush mango seeds).

Malaysian Cuisine

View our variety of Malaysian recipes regularly updated. All ingredients can be purchased through our store.

Silken-Soft Tofu

Lightening quick to prepare student choice Malaysian dish.

Soy Sauce Chicken

Malaysian chicken dish made with dark soy sauce.

Wanton

Our favourite Malaysian side dish. Serve with sweet and chili dip or you can just eat it on its own!

Ghanaian Cuisine

View our variety of Malaysian recipes regularly updated. All ingredients can be purchased through our store.

Red Red

A simple protein rich dish.

Kelewele

Just like french fries but made with plantain.

Whether you want Filipino, Nigerian, Malaysian or Ghanian food ingredients or authentic recipes, we’ve got you covered!