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From casual street food snacks to traditional bowls with a Southeast Asian feel, here are some of our favourite recipes from Luke Nguyen's Street Food Asia. sbs.com.au/lukenguyen
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This recipe uses Thai curry powder – a fragrant blend of ground pepper, cloves, coriander seeds, cumin, fennel, chilli flakes, turmeric and ginger, available from spice shops and Asian markets.

This recipe uses Thai curry powder – a fragrant blend of ground pepper, cloves, coriander seeds, cumin, fennel, chilli flakes, turmeric and ginger, available from spice shops and Asian markets.

Just try this soup in Bangkok and if you’re not as intrigued by all of this culinary history as I am, you’ll at least love the soothing, home-style flavour of it – not to mention those sticky, soft bits of oxtail.

Just try this soup in Bangkok and if you’re not as intrigued by all of this culinary history as I am, you’ll at least love the soothing, home-style flavour of it – not to mention those sticky, soft bits of oxtail.

"We serve this popular street food dish at my Red Lantern restaurant in Sydney. To achieve the very crispy skin, we ladle very hot oil over the skin again and again until it blisters and becomes crispy."

"We serve this popular street food dish at my Red Lantern restaurant in Sydney. To achieve the very crispy skin, we ladle very hot oil over the skin again and again until it blisters and becomes crispy.

"This noodle dish is a very simple, quick and tasty dish to make at home on any night of the week."

Wok-tossed rice noodles with char siu and egg (hu tieu xao xa xiu)

The grilled squid in this dish is light, textural and smoky, tossed with fresh lemongrass and bound in a sweet and spicy dressing. The salty/sour/spicy/sweet notes are in perfect balance.

The grilled squid in this dish is light, textural and smoky, tossed with fresh lemongrass and bound in a sweet and spicy dressing. The salty/sour/spicy/sweet notes are in perfect balance.

Another colonial legacy from the British, Hong Kong-style egg tarts are big in Kuala Lumpur. It’s thought they were first baked in the 1940s by local coffee houses and over time they’ve become a sweet staple, with everyone having their own favourite bakery.

Another colonial legacy from the British, Hong Kong-style egg tarts are big in Kuala Lumpur. It’s thought they were first baked in the by local coffee houses and over time they’ve become a sweet staple, with everyone having their own favourite bakery.

This yum woon sen, which you’ll also see cooked on the street too, see the cook stands behind a wok and cook this dish to order. It only takes a few minutes before you are eating this divine plate of seafood noodles.

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This has to be the best loved Malay dish of all time; it’s considered the national dish of the country and although traditionally served for breakfast, you’ll find it available at any time of the day.

There are tons of variations but essential to nasi lemak is the heap of fragrant coconut and pandan-scented rice, a large spoonful of sambal ikan bilis, toasted peanuts, a hard-boiled egg and slices or chunks of cucumber.

A classic banana cake from Saigon inspired this Vietnamese coconut bread and butter pudding. It's light and not overly sweet. #LukeNguyensUK

A classic banana cake from Saigon inspired this Vietnamese coconut bread and butter pudding. It's light and not overly sweet.

Willie Harcourt-Cooze is well known for his TV show called ‘Willie’s Wonky Chocolate Factory’, however, his factory is far from wonky Here is his rustic rhubarb chocolate crumble! #LukeNguyensUK

Willie Harcourt-Cooze is well known for his TV show called ‘Willie’s Wonky Chocolate Factory’, however, his factory is far from wonky Here is his rustic rhubarb chocolate crumble!

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