One of the best uses for the leftover Xmas ham is to make a hearty lentil or bean soup. I froze the ham bone after
My Grilled Baharat Snapper and Fattoush Salad takes the simplicity of spiced and grilled fish and teams it with a traditional Lebanese side dish –
A delicious, hearty soup that’s packed full of flavour and nutrients. This one-pot wonder uses our Lebanese Baharat to add bags of flavour along with
Perfect as a side dish alongside some grilled chicken or lamb or used simply as a standalone dish, this rice pilaf is full of flavour!
This dish, for me, embodies all that Ethiopian cooking is about – big, bold flavours with simple, easy-to-find ingredients. My take on Ethiopian Red Lentils,
Using fresh, new-season summer mangoes, my Mango Goats Cheese Salad is the perfect combination of sweet, fresh, salty and creamy. This unusual combination with a
I just love this dish not only for its simplicity but its wonderful combination of flavours that showcase fresh, new season produce. By just incorporating
Packed full of veg and local native herbs, this comforting soup gives you a big whack of green in a creamy, zesty, aromatic bowl of
Believe it or not, this hearty, spicy, veg-loaded soup is actually traditionally served at breakfast time in Jamaica. With its abundance of veggies, invigorating spices,
In my most-cherished Ottolenghi book ‘Plenty’, is this wonderfully aromatic and warming dish – it makes the perfect winter salad when plates of cold lettuce
This soup is the perfect winter warmer on a cold night and makes great leftovers for lunch the next day. Often I make a double
A lettuce salad is often pegged as ‘boring’ or ‘bland’ but this cos and green bean salad with Middle Eastern yoghurt dressing is anything but.
This recipe for Spice-poached fish and cous cous salad is a fantastic fusion of Australia meets the Middle East. By adding the fresh, zesty flavours
Chickpeas are little health powerhouses. They are jam-packed with protein, fibre, folate and good carbohydrates. This Chickpea and Lemon Soup by My Market Kitchen’s Emma