Year of the falafel

Crunchy, fresh falafel is taking 2019 by storm.

There is an Egyptian kebab shop around the corner from our house that makes the best broad (fava) bean falafel we've ever eaten. This recipe is our homage to them.
Complete with a homemade special sauce, juicy mushroom and melted cheese this burger ticks all the boxes and is packed with veggies. Have the serviettes handy!...
It takes time to make good falafel so you’ll need to start this recipe 24 hours in advance. To shape the falafel you can use a traditional falafel spoon,...
Whether you like your falafel green and herbaceous, or pungently garlicky, there's no denying that this Middle Eastern street food is highly addictive! The...
Yes, this recipe title may have made you do a double-take; but yes, it actually really works. Nutty, earthy chickpeas and grapes that pop with sweetness. Consider...

A fennel for your thoughts

Soups, salads or slowly roasted, what can't fennel do?

Light and fresh, not to mention vegan, this is a salad that’s all about contrasting textures and flavours. Leek, when roasted, is delicate and soft, working perfectly...
Hand pies are known by many names across South America. Argentinians call them empanadas, Puerto Ricans know them as pasteles, while Brazilians call them pastéis ...
This is my interpretation of the iconic Spanish dish, paella. The oil from the chorizo imparts a delicious flavour.
This hearty winter beef casserole is delicious and a superb match with a full-bodied shiraz. It may take a few hours in the oven, but that gives you the perfect...
Once you have a good risotto base you can add all sorts of different ingredients like beetroot, chicken and those forgotten veggies in the back of the fridge....

Dessert, but make it cheesy

Real reasons to not fill up on dinner.

The intense, sweet yet slightly tart flavour of the tangelo (a hybrid of a tangerine and either a pomelo or grapefruit) is the perfect match for a rich and creamy...
There are two main cheesecakes in America, one made with ricotta  which people refer to as ‘Italian’ and the other cream cheese which is known as a ‘New York...
It's got an Anzac biscuit-crumb base and the fresh tang of pineapple. The pineapple head is a cheeky touch and will give guests something to talk about.
The cuisine of Martinique, a French territory in the Caribbean, brings together French and Caribbean ingredients, and these cheesecakes with caramel and banana...
“Apples and cheese have gone together forever, so it’s no surprise this combination works so well – in fact, it’s stunning. Most will prefer it with the caramel...
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