Falafel Recipe

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C’mon, we all love them, don’t we? Have a go at making them today. They are a little time consuming, but it’s worth it, I promise. Although they are fried in oil they still remain fresh and light accompanied by a selection of salads or dips. You will need… 500g dried chickpeas (soaked in water…

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How to make an Aphrodite’s Wrap!

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1 Soft Flatbread, warmed Hummus or Garlic Yogurt Pomegranate Ketçhup Fried Halloumi OR grilled Chicken chunks marinated in Pomegranate Ketçhup Salad made with carrot, red cabbage, white cabbage, fresh Dill and Mint Pickles (cucumber, cauliflower, turnip etc) Pitted Kalamata Olives Pomegranate Seeds Good quality Extra Virgin Olive Oil Layer a desired amount of each ingredient...

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#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria

#CookForSyria is a month long celebration (31st October-30th November) of Syrian cuisine in aid of the largest humanitarian crisis of our time. This Sunday 20th November & next Sunday 27th we will be at our usual spot in Maltby Street Market selling our Pomegranate Ketçhup and handmade Borek Pastries to raise money for #CookForSyria. All...

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Super Soft Potato Pide

Super Soft Potato Pide

This pide is like a big warm squishy hug! If you're going to bake any kind of bread this is the one to try, as it is so deliciously soft and tasty. This recipe uses cooked and mashed up potato in the dough to give it a beautifully soft and bouncy texture. It is encrusted...

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Turlu Turlu with Chickpea Rice

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Turlu Turlu is a sort of ratatouille originating from Greece or Turkey, it's so good they named it twice! In Turkish Turlu Turlu literally means ‘all sorts’ so can be made with whatever veg you have. Here I have used a combination of veg I think works particularly well. It is so healthy, full of...

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Roasted Parsnips with Zhug and Crispy Capers

Roast Parsnips with Zhug and Crispy Capers

For anyone who is unfamiliar with Zhug it is a fresh chilli sauce originating from Yemen, similar to harissa but made with green chillies herbs and spices. It’s awesome and is used as a condiment throughout the Middle East. Aromatic, fresh and spicy with bitterness from the green chilli it pairs exceptionally well with the...

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