Category: Middle Eastern Recipes

Close up of pile of Vegetable Tagine

diet-eat.net – Vegetable Tagine | RecipeTin Eats

Vegetable Tagine is a vegetarian Moroccan stew loaded with heady warm spices. Make this with any veg you have – just don’t skimp on the spices!! This is one of those hidden gems that’s meat free, gluten free, low carb, low calorie, extremely filling AND tasty. Wait – it’s even vegan. Yay vegans! Vegetable Tagine

Bowl of Couscous with fruit and nuts

diet-eat.net – Couscous | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:18 Jan ’21Updated:18 Jan ’21 Couscous is a useful (and delicious!) no-cook starch side that’s traditionally served with some sort of stew. A staple throughout North Africa, the classic starch of choice for Moroccan dishes like tagine, just pour over hot liquid, leave to soak for 10 minutes, then fluff! What exactly is couscous??

diet-eat.net – Yotam Ottolenghi’s Cauliflower Salad | RecipeTin Eats

By:Nagi Published:8 Dec ’20Updated:8 Dec ’20 This is a Roasted Cauliflower Salad from Yotam Ottolenghi’s popular cookbook, Jerusalem. A unique combination of ingredients comes together in a salad that’s just 100% yum: celery, hazelnuts, lots of parsley with a subtly spiced dressing. It’s seriously delicious! Welcome to Day 16 of the inaugural Holiday Salad Marathon, where

Carving Doner Kebab Meat

diet-eat.net – Doner Kebab Meat – beef or lamb

This is a homemade recipe for the mystery Doner kebab meat you see rotating on vertical rotisseries in kebab shops. It’s a miniature version but what it lacks in size is made up in flavour – and authenticity!! Oven roasted or try a home rotisserie. Carve it, fry it, then stuff into beef or lamb

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