This Alternative Asian Feast Collection provides a different selection of dishes to serve at a Big Asian Feast. This collection includes Japanese sushi, ramen with Korean Belly Pork and Malaysian Chicken Satay followed by a cooling Mango Coconut Ice Cream inspired by Thailand.
Host an Asian Feast
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And definitely don’t forget to download my helpful checklist and shopping list to ensure totally stress-free hosting!
Alternative Asian Feast Recipes
This is my suggested collection of recipes which provide a nicely rounded meal. The menu is split into three courses. Plus you could choose to either serve the sushi course at the table or as canapes when people are arriving.
You can choose to serve all of this sushi options or just one or two. The decision is yours.
Sushi is ideally served simply with a soy sauce dip, pickled ginger slices (you can buy these in jars) and some wasabi paste if you wish (I don’t! I think its awful stuff!!)
This soup base can be topped with anything you wish. I’ve suggested that you use the original belly pork recipe along with satay chicken for variety. You can choose to serve it on or off the skewer.
These summer rolls provide another flavour and texture as a side to the ramen. And the satay sauce from the chicken skewers makes a great extra dip option. Although the summer rolls recipe also includes a pungent dip.
If you don’t wish to serve prawn summer rolls, you could alternatively make and serve my Tofu Summer Rolls instead.
This ice cream is perfect served on its own or topped with crushed nuts. You could also serve some fresh fruit. Tropical fruits would be ideal.
Drinks for Asian Feasts
Check out my dedicated post all about Asian Inspired Drinks.
I’ve given you loads of ideas of hot, cold, soft and alcoholic drinks to serve with your Asian feast. And I’ve made some suggestions on how to serve them and what to serve them in.
The Alternative Asian Feast Collection
Use the buttons below the recipe list to bulk save the recipes to your “My Feasts” section.
You can also generate and print a shopping list and calculate the nutrition facts for the whole collection. Portion sizes are adjustable towards the right hand side of each box.
Looking for Other Asian Feast Collections?
This collection is designed to be perfect for prepping ahead, just like my Big Asian Feast. Although the sushi is best made on the day if possible.
I have also put together a wholly vegetarian collection which can easily be made suitable for vegans! It is a festival of tofu!
Everyday Asian Feasts
Whats more, I’ve put together a selection of Everyday Asian Feast menus which don’t require you to have any friends! They’re smaller menus perfect for 1 or 2 people. But they can also be easily scaled up to feed more people in a slightly simpler way.
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