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Potato, onion and silverbeet Tortilla

Potato, onion and silverbeet Tortilla

Are you planning on preparing tapas for #Mondaymeatfreemeal? Then you should definitely include one of our favourite last-minute dinner solutions, the versatile potato, onion and greens tortilla- it tastes really yummy and super affordable to make.The nice thing about...

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Roasted Cabbage, Silver beet and tofu

Roasted Cabbage, Silver beet and tofu

Roasted cabbage, stir fried greens and tofu is one of my favourite dishes through Covidian time, because it's simple yet tastes delicious and my garden is abundant with silverbeet/ Chard so any reason to cook it is awesome. This is one of the quickest ways to get a...

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Greek orange filo cake- Portokaliapita

Greek orange filo cake- Portokaliapita

In Greece this cake is called Portokalia - which means oranges. It combines shredded filo, oranges, Greek yogurt and olive oil for a unique and easy treat garnished with figs and almonds. Indulgence total at a drop of a hat 🙂 In this cake recipe, you get to tear the...

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Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup

Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup

Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup Recipe The famous lentil soup is the official sponsor of every winter in the middle east. Whenever it is cold and rainy outside, Bedouin and middle eastern mothers would immediately start preparing lentil soup. It even goes down as the...

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A Moorish, Vegan Pumpkin Dip

A Moorish, Vegan Pumpkin Dip

A Moorish, Vegan Pumpkin Dip Who doesn't love dip!? This vibrant pumpkin dip is a great alternative to hummus. Made from all veggies, it's legume-free, grain-free, vegan and deliciously Moorish.  It will taste better the day after as flavours will get intensified. The...

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Majadra & Caramelised Onions

Majadra & Caramelised Onions

Majadra & Caramelised Onions Majadra is a typical Middle-Eastern dish that is usually made up of lentils, rice and caramelised onions. It's the perfect comfort food! An easy, mid-week dish to rustle up in no time. Grab a spoon and sit back and watch some NetFlix...

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Baba Ganoush

Baba Ganoush

The quintessential Middle Eastern vegan/vegetarian dish is a guarantee to wow your guests on your dinner parties or feasts. It’s all about the smokiness, which lends an amazing flavour to this famous dish. Great with crusty sourdough bread or on pita with different...

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Yemeni Zehoug (Chilli paste)

Yemeni Zehoug (Chilli paste)

Yemeni Zehoug is a hot chilli paste from Yemen. It's a spicy flavour, similar to salsa. You can use it as a condiment, marinade, spread (for the brave ones) as a dip, in sauces, for dressings and many more...enjoy! 50g Red chillies 50g Green chillies 3 cloves garlic,...

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The Moor The Merrier

The Moor The Merrier

The Moors were a nomadic group of people from North Africa. They were originally from a region in North Africa called Mauretania. They had a huge influence on cuisines across many regions from the Middle East, to the Mediterranean and Spain. The ubiquitos term...

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