Blog Posts - Middle Eastern Style



Kefta tagine with cauliflower & saffron salad

More meatballs. I know. I need to just rename this blog to ‘Full as a meatball’ and be done with it.   I promise you, this recipe is interesting though. This is a really easy tagine to make that uses regular store cupboard ingre...
by Full as an Egg on Jun 8, 2016

Moroccan meatloaf with olives, apricots and pistachios

I know that meatloaf isn’t a very popular dish on this side of the atlantic, but I actually really like it. One of the great things about it is that it’s a blank canvas of dishes – by changing a few of the ingredients each time and...
by Full as an Egg on Dec 15, 2015

Baklava

I never used to be a fan of nuts when I was younger, so it took me a while to get around to trying baklava, but the combination of the syrup and the texture of the pastry and nuts is an addictive one. I made this baklava for a bake off at work and it...
by Full as an Egg on Nov 3, 2015

Baklava

I never used to be a fan of nuts when I was younger, so it took me a while to get around to trying baklava, but the combination of the syrup and the texture of the pastry and nuts is an addictive one. I made this baklava for a bake off at work and it...
by Full as an Egg on Nov 3, 2015

Greek Chicken Gyro Kebab

Who doesn’t love a kebab? Juicy pieces of marinated chicken, with fresh salad all wrapped up in fresh, warm pitta. Well, at least that’s how it should be. All too often what you actually get from Manchester takeaways is day old meat, alre...
by Full as an Egg on Aug 19, 2015

Beef koftas with herb couscous

Regular readers are already aware of my love for harissa and couscous, so the fact that I’ve made this┬árecipe should be a surprise to no one.┬áThese koftas are made with beef, rather than the usual lamb, which makes the dish cheaper but no les...
by Full as an Egg on Jul 12, 2015


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