Homemade pita bread and tzatziki dip As I was flipping through the latest Gourmet Traveller magazine, I came across a section titled ‘Greek Feast’ with recipes for Greek salad, Greek custard tart and even a lemon barbecue chicken. But what caught my eye was the homemade pita bread and tzatziki dip, it sounded delicious! The … Continue reading Dipping into pita
Source: Yotam Otterlenghi’s ‘SIMPLE’ cookbook Ingredients 250g cous cous90ml olive oil2 tsp ras el hanout400ml boiling water300g cherry tomatoes2 onions, sliced into thin pinwheels (300g)30g golden raisins or sultanas1 tsp cumin seeds, toasted and lightly crushed50g roasted and salted almonds, roughly chopped15g coriander leaves, roughly chopped15g mint leaves, roughly torn1 lemon: finely grate the zest … Continue reading Cous cous with grilled cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs
Cous cous with grilled cherry tomatoes and fresh herbs [Picture: You’re at a cafe along the Amalfi coast sipping an Aperol Spritz, devouring a delicious caprese salad and watching the most amazing sunset you have ever seen.] This sounds like a very appealing vision, but in reality you are at home, in the middle of … Continue reading The real deal: well, almost.
Source: https://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/seafood-recipes/sticky-mango-prawns/ Ingredients 300g large raw shell-on king prawns6 cloves of garlic1 tsp of curry powder1 heaped tbsp of mango chutney1 lime Method Quickly pull the legs and tails off the prawns and peel off the shells, leaving the heads on for bonus flavour. Run the tip of your knife down their backs and pull … Continue reading Sticky mango prawns
It’s the middle of Summer in Melbourne and it’s also very warm! As you start to make the most of the warm weather, delicious ice creams and refreshing beach swims, now would also be the time to reflect on the succulent food Summer tends to bring. Likewise, I bring you these amazing mango prawns. Sticky … Continue reading Summer vibes
Source: https://ottolenghi.co.uk/iranian-herb-fritters-shop Ingredients 40g dill, finely chopped40g basil leaves, finely chopped40g coriander leaves, finely chopped1 1/2 tsp ground cumin50g fresh breadcrumbs3 tbsp fresh barberries (or currents soaked in lemon juice for 30 minutes)25g walnut halves, lightly toasted and roughly chopped8 large eggs, beaten60ml sunflower oil, for fryingpinch of salt Method Place all the ingredients, apart … Continue reading Iranian herb fritters
Iranian fritters How to describe these fritters? Crispy, sweet, acidic, thin and most of all delicious. Whether their served with yoghurt, hommus, on their own or with this vibrant sauce, their sure to leave you feeling satisfied. The minimal ingredients the fritters contain may give you the impression that they lack flavour. However, with protein-rich … Continue reading Simple, I like your style.