vegetarian

Cappuccino Overnight Oats
When our favourite breakfast beverage united with a healthy breakfast cereal, the outcome was completely delicious and irresistible
Whipped Feta and Crudités
Crudités are extremely versatile and can be served at dinner parties or BBQs. The classic carrot can be easily replaced with radishes, tenderstem broccoli or asparagus
Avocado and Melon Puzzle Salad
Did you know, botanically speaking, melons are a kind of berry? To confuse matters further, we've turned this salad into a puzzle. Try naming the different kinds correctly
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
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
A touch of Za'atar can brighten any dish, instantly adding an overall savouriness. A typical Za'atar spice mix is likely to include sesame seeds, 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
Whole Roasted Cauliflower with Turmeric Tahini Sauce
Cauliflowers are back in foodie season and we couldn't be more pleased. Roasting is our method of choice as it creates a deliciously nutty flavour that beats old-fashioned steaming any day
Red Lentil Soup
Lentils are a great way of feeding the family on a budget. Packed with protein and ideal for batch cooking, they're great flavour absorbents, hard to overcook and more often than not, taste better the next day
Kale Palak Paneer with Charred Broccoli
Palak Paneer is a popular vegetarian dish from India, recognizable for its vibrant green color. While it is commonly made from spinach, this recipe swaps the 'palak' for kale and broccoli, adding a distinct brassacas flavour to the dish
Aubergine Kefta Tagine with Mint Yoghurt
While Kefta, spiced meatballs also referred to as kofta, are perhaps most commonly barbecued, this recipe calls for them to be gently simmered with aubergine in a tagine or slow-cooker. Slow-cooking not only adds extra flavour, it also means less fuss in the kitchen
Feta and Mint Sambousek
The perfect celebration snack, these Arabic light bites are a party favourite