The Cook Up with Adam Liaw

Don't know what to have for dinner? Adam's got you covered weeknights at 7.00pm

Some cuts cook in a flash. Others need time. Every part of the cow, in the right hands, tastes delicious.
Although instant noodles hold a reputation of being a cheap, fast food, they are an evolving pillar of modern Asian societies and are slowly yet certainly...
Don't save these gems for party time. Break them out to celebrate... Tuesday?
There's a push to see white Chilean strawberries return as a symbol of Indigenous cuisine and culture.
This dessert is truly a lifesaver for hosts who can’t bear to skip the sweets, but haven’t got much time.

Following Food

With so many incredible recipes available why only choose one? Every Thursday night we follow food with Adam Liaw and this week it's all about comforting desserts.

Dolma raised me

It was the stuff of my childhood and my large family dinners - I'll always be thankful for stuffed vegetables.
This savoury recipe uses the natural sweetness of onions to encase a savoury mince and rice filling. 
“This showstopper of a pie from grandmother, Christina Phillips, is full of green goodness. Christina is from Northern Greece and still cooks her treasured...
Dutch meatballs were brought to the shores of Sri Lanka around 450 years ago and they’re still a favourite among the Burgher community. I thought they’d go very...
This Egyptian recipe for sweet semolina cake is incredibly easy to make. It's topped with a delicious rosewater and lemon syrup.
Originating in Quebec in The Great Depression, this economical pudding was once made just with sugar, water and flour. Modern versions have moved away from the...
I love miso soup. This version of miso soup is made with pork, and there are many different styles of soup. It's very healthy and not expensive to make, but it...
I present this dish with permission from Mike McInerney from Kitchen by Mike, one of my favourite restaurants.
Curried sausages have been an Aussie family favourite for decades, but have you ever tried them with a Japanese twist?
Ross presents a tart alternative to a regular rack of ribs for his Cheap and Cheerful contribution.
This is a favourite at home and relies on some pantry basics plus a few fresh things. I came up with this on a cold, rainy day, but I was craving the delicious...
Some good things take time, and this classic Provencal lentil with roasted chicken drumsticks recipe is no exception. Taking only 10 minutes to prepare, sit...
A lot of people are baffled when they see my kids happily eating lentils for dinner. I’ve been feeding them this super quick and simple red lentil dhal recipe...
Thai cuisine Queen Palisa Anderson shows us how to make a simple sprouted lentil dhal for her Cheap and Cheerful contribution.
Noodles stirred together with oil and a savoury sauce are tremendously common throughout Asia, but dishes like mazemen, mee pok, Hakka mee and bak chor mee haven...
Mark Humphries walks us through his take on a Singapore-namesake noodle classic which originated in Hong Kong, inspired by the Indian-Chinese influence of...
Make this Indonesian street food favourite without a single instant noodle in sight.
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