Classic Asian bowls (and two surprising dishes to add to your recipe repertoire)

Tasty, quick and comforting – they’re guaranteed crowd pleasers.
Classic Asian bowl dish

Spice up your weeknight recipe repertoire with these 10 popular Asian dishes. There’s a lot to love about these one-bowl wonders that bring together a host of mouth-watering flavours and are quick and easy to make.

You’ll love the delicious crunchy noodle salad with coated fish that will be a family favourite for years to come, plus the surprising salted caramel bliss balls you can slip into lunch boxes or enjoy as a mid-afternoon snack. While the Hoisin pork and pumpkin bake may take a bit more effort to make, it is one to try when you are looking for a meal that really packs a punch (spoiler alert: it’s worth the time investment).

Expect these dishes to feature heavily in your weekly meal plans as they become your new family favourites. Cook them today – or bookmark for later.


Char kway teow

This popular dish is found in hawkers’ markets throughout South East Asia, and it’s simple to make yourself at home. You can spice it up or down depending on your taste, and it’ll be on the table in less than 30 mins.


Crunchy noodle salad with coated fish

Expect a double crunch of delicious Chang‘s Crunchy Fried Noodles and crispy fish with this easy and delicious weeknight crowd pleaser.


Peanut and sesame tofu with stir-fried greens

The simple pleasure of crispy fried tofu coated in a peanut and nori mixture is truly mouthwatering. This dish has texture and flavour, plus freshness from the greens.


Hoisin pork and pumpkin bake

Let your oven do the hard work with this simple and impressive dish that’ll be a dinner favourite for years to come.


Miso eggplant and noodle salad

This fresh and flavourful dish proves that healthy eating doesn’t have to be bland. Ready in less than 30 minutes it’s the perfect vegetarian meal for lunch or dinner.


Mee goreng special fried noodles

This flavour-packed one-wok-wonder is simple enough to cook on a weeknight, and impressive enough to serve to friends on the weekend. It can even be made gluten free by using Chang’s Thai Style Rice Noodles or Chang’s Wok-Ready Noodles.


Miso and sesame salmon with soba noodles

Marinated salmon packs a flavour punch while green onions and snow peas give this midweek meal a fresh twist.


Teriyaki Chicken Noodle Bowl

A riot of colour, this dish is flavour-packed, quick and comforting – perfect for an easy midweek meal.


Green vegie bibimbap bowls

This traditional Korean dish can be enjoyed at any time of day. This version is packed with green vegies instead of the usual chicken or beef. Top it off with a fried egg and a splash of chilli sauce.


Salted caramel bliss balls with crunchy noodles

This super simple bliss ball is a little snack packed full of deliciousness. Guaranteed to give an energy boost while satisfying your sweet cravings.

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