Refreshing raspberry, yoghurt and strawberry terrine with a sweet berry and fresh mint salad – a show-stopping dessert for your next dinner party!
Mike’s Top Tips: The yoghurt sorbet isn’t an instant dessert as it takes a while to freeze, so best to make it the day before you want to eat it. Try freezing this delicious sorbet in a metal container as the metal will act as a temperature conductor, freezing the sorbet twice as fast as […]
This Middle Eastern dish is perfect for breakfast, it will help keep your blood sugar levels in check for the rest of the day. And this means you are less likely to succumb to quick-fix snacks!
Smoky with sumac and tahini, this spiced chickpea and yogurt dip is surprisingly easy to make, and entirely delicious.
This Anglo-Indian chicken and rice soup is hearty enough as a meal on its own.
Master the art of quick and tasty weeknight dinners with this easy salmon recipe.
Pop the kettle on!
A tangy twist you won’t forget.
A light and healthy Indian-style breakfast dish that packs a real flavour punch.
This delicious and impressive looking mandarin upside-down cake is a little tricky to make but is oh so worth it. Better still it is gluten-free so everyone can enjoy it. Use a microplane to zest the fruit for best results.
You will need to make this recipe the day before. You will need about 8 passionfruit for this recipe. You can substitute canned passionfruit pulp, if you like, however to compensate for the sugar added during canning add a teaspoon or two of lime juice. This recipe can be made up to 1 week ahead, […]
Boost your vegie intake.
Simply the zest!
Be careful when frying mint as it will spit. Note
When you have extra lemons, freeze juice in ice-cube trays for later use. You’ll need about 4 lemons. Note
Sweet pastilla is traditionally served with sweetened warmed milk to reduce the crunchiness of the layered pastille. We like to use the pastilla to dip into the sweet yogurt cream. Note