Nigel Barker

Lemongrass, chiles, cinnamon, and three forms of coconut (coconut milk, coconut oil, and coconut cream) infuse this stew-like dish with tons of flavor.
Cabbage with Coconut
Rating: Unrated
Cabbage is often served raw (like in slaws) or slow cooked, but here it's cooked for just a few minutes, which gives it a crisp-tender texture.
Looking for a way to wake up your rice? In this recipe, the grains are cooked with star anise, cinnamon, cardamom, and cloves—and topped with a tasty mix of toasted cashews and raisins.
Cooking the shrimp in the shell prevents the tasty juices from escaping.