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Hummus, Homous or Humous its our favourite!

Ingredients  400g can chickpeas, drained  80ml extra virgin olive oil    1-2 fat garlic cloves, peeled and crushed  1 lemon, juiced then ½ zested  3 tbsp tahini   Mixed crudités and toasted pitta bread, to serve (optional)  Method  STEP 1  Thoroughly rinse the chickpeas in a colander under cold running water. Tip into the large bowl of a food processor along with 60ml of the oil and blitz until […]

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AUBERGINE & CHICKPEA CURRY

You will need: • 1 large aubergine, cut into 2cm cubes (i removed the skin but you can leave the skin on if you prefer) • 1 can chickpeas, drained • 1 medium onion diced • 3 cloves of garlic, chopped • 2 green chillies roughly chopped • 1 tbsp oil • 1 tsp salt […]

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STICKY GINGER SOY WINGS TO MAKE YOU LICK YOUR FINGERS

You will need: 1kg chicken wings/niblets3 tbsp dark soy sauce2 rounded tbsp dark brown sugar1 rounded tsp minced ginger1/2 tsp minced garlic1 tsp corn flour For garnishing:Spring onions, finely slicedSesame seeds Method: 1. Add all of the ingredients to a mixing bowl along with the chicken wings. Note, if you replace the dark soy sauce […]

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4 Ramadan recipes to cure fasting fatigue

Ramadan Mubarak! Each culture and family have their own dishes that form part of their suhoor (the meal before dawn) and iftar, (the feast that breaks the fast at sundown). Check out our top 6 Ramadan recipes to cure fasting fatigue. Porridge – oats and oatmeals Oats are among the healthiest grains on earth. They’re […]

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Ramadan: PISTA SAMOSA

Khazana, Saliha Mahmood Ahmed Today the samosa is considered a quintessentially Indian delicacy.In actual fact, the history of the samosa is far more complex and cosmopolitan. Food historians agree that the Mughals helped popularise this dish on the Indian subcontinent, but its originsseem to lie in the Middle East and central Asia, where it was […]

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Ramadan: TURMERIC AUBERGINE & TADKA YOGHURT RAITA

Khazana, Saliha Mahmood Ahmed This gently spiced aubergine raita dish is wonderful served alongside warm flatbreads. You can use the bread to scoop up the soft aubergines and sweet, spiced yoghurt. SERVES 41 large aubergine, cut into 5mm slices75ml olive oil, plus extra for brushing1⁄2 teaspoon ground turmeric200g natural yoghurt, at room temperature1 tablespoon honey2 […]

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