About Sarah Tiong

Sarah Tiong was a finalist and fan favorite in MasterChef Australia 2017 and returned for MasterChef Australia 2020. A lawyer by trade, she also works as a private chef and recipe developer and runs her own pop-up market stall, Pork Party, which specializes in Asian-inspired pork dishes. She lives in Sydney, Australia. @fillmytummy

A bowl filled with sambal eggplant, garnished with cilantro, with a black spoon on the side.

Sambal Eggplant

Sambal eggplant is an iconic Southeast Asian food because of its spicy, sweet flavors. Few ingredients and simple prep make it easy.

A rack of Vietnamese pork ribs on a sheet of parchment on a cutting board with a basting brush and a bowl of lime wedges nearby.

Vietnamese Pork Ribs

Caramelized sugar, pungent fish sauce, and tangy lime create an experience that’s sublimely sticky and perfectly charred from the grill. Napkins, please.

Two bone-in grilled Cambodian pork chops on a plate.

Cambodian Pork Chops

“A revelation.” “Beyond our expectations.” “Deceptively simple.” “I don’t have enough superlatives to describe these beauties.” That’s what we’re hearing about these grilled lovelies.