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Moroccan Butternut M'Hanncha
Also known as 'snake cake', m'hanncha is a savoury Moroccan dish that's made for sharing. Try yours today with our take on this Arabic classic
Dukkah and Butterbean Stuffed Samosas
Dukkah, a nutty Middle Eastern spice mix is blended with creamy butterbeans to make a delicious finger food - perfect for special occasions!
Pistachio-Crusted Rack of Lamb
Mouth-watering and super easy to prepare, this lamb showstopper is sure to get your guests' tastebuds tingling
Grilled Courgette Upside-Down Rice Cake with Beetroot Raita
Our take on the Arabic dish, Ma'loubay (meaning upside down) uses courgettes as its main ingredient. Try yours today with our easy recipe!
Mansaf Rice Bowls
Translated to 'large tray' or 'large dish', this traditional Jordanian dish makes the ultimate sharer - plus it's the country's national dish!
Prawn Biryani
This is a great option for an iftar gathering. Ready in under an hour and a half, we've chosen to make ours with prawns - but the beauty of this dish is its versatility, so feel free to opt for any protein of your choice!
Crispy Persian Rice Sheet Cake
Also known as Tachin, this traditional Persian saffron rice dish is ideal for special occasions. Serve it upside down with a beetroot garnish for a burst of freshness
Deep-Fried Pilau Rice Bombs with Yoghurt Sauce
This rice-based Ramadan dish is sure to impress your iftar guests, and can be made for less than DHS 67
Harissa Lamb Knuckle Stew with Chickpea Dumplings
Harissa is a great ingredient for adding depth and complexity of flavor to dishes, whilst also brightening them with some punchy floral notes
Courgette and Feta Baklava
Our savoury version of this Middle Eastern classic is loaded with feta, halloumi, ricotta, leek and sprinkled with sesame seeds and pistachios
Za’atar Roasted Carrots with Whipped Dhal
Za'atar is a fragrant Levantine spice mix that will brighten any dish, instantly adding an overall savouriness. While there is no exact formula for za'atar and most blends tend to vary slightly, it's likely to include sesame, oregano, thyme and marjoram.
Harissa and Preserved Lemon Stuffed Naan
If you've made naan breads from scratch before, you'll know there's no going back to the shop-bought ones. Now imagine how you'll feel after making stuffed, home-made naans