Keep warm this winter season with these 3 spiced hot beverages inspired by the Middle East! They are super quick and as easy to make as your morning coffee!
Healthy veggies and a touch of Middle Eastern spice make this pumpkin and lentil salad with zaatar dressing a side you’ll enjoy no matter the occasion.
According to legend, these Iranian lamb shanks was created by a resourceful cook to feed a sultan who was lost in the forest. Needless to say, the sultan liked it and we know you will too! Serve with a side of Bukhari rice.
Can’t seem to shake that sweet tooth? Try this lovely nut halva recipe and serve with a cup of mint tea! What is a halva, you ask? It’s a delicious Middle Eastern sweet made from sesame flour and honey. YUM!
Is there anything quite so good as these Middle Eastern bites of goodness? We’re showing you how to make falafel from scratch this week, with some hummus and dukkah on the side.
We know work and school lunches can be a monotonous pain, and that’s why we’re always here to bring you quick, creative ideas to keep things interesting. These meatball wraps are one of our personal favourites!
This Middle Eastern salad is defined by the toasted pita bread that goes into it, adding that satisfying crunch. So how about our fattoush salad for a lovely meat-free meal today?
Something between a meatball and a sausage, chicken koftas are great as an appetiser for when you have guests over. But you can make a meal of them as well with a few fresh flatbreads and a salad.
Now here’s something we love. We especially love them in Middle Eastern and North African dishes, but they also add some lovely zesty freshness to meat dishes, salads and drinks alike. Remember to slice them very thinly as their taste can be quite overpowering when adding big chunks of lemon to your meal.
We are back with another Sunday lunch treat for you to fall in love with. There are still plenty of spring oranges on the local supermarket shelves, so be sure to grab some this weekend to add to this delicious one-pot dish.