Honey roasted root vegetables with apples

Apples & honey aren't just for desserts! Try them in these delicious roasted root vegetables - a perfect autumnal side for Rosh Hashanah or any festive meal.

Apples & honey aren’t just for desserts! Try them in these delicious roasted root vegetables – a perfect autumnal side for Rosh Hashanah or any festive meal. Honey and apples! Does anything shout Rosh Hashanah more? I must admit, I’m guilty of adding them to all sorts of dishes, but…

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Incredible lemon & cinnamon charoset with pine nuts

An unbelievably delicious combination of nuts, lemon, cinnamon and apple - from North Africa via Italy. This charoset will revolutionise your seder!

An incredibly delicious combination of nuts, lemon, cinnamon and apple, from North Africa via Italy. This charoset will revolutionise your seder! You know that moment at the seder when everyone fights over the last bit of charoset? No? No, I’d never experienced it before last year either, now you mention…

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Spiralized sweet potato latkes… in the waffle-maker!

Crispy golden sweet potato latkes in minutes, in the waffle maker! Serve with sweet or savoury toppings for a delicious treat at Chanukah or any time. Sometimes, circumstances combine in unlikely ways to create something fabulous. I think it’s called serendipity. In this case, I had a giant sweet potato…

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Garlic & rosemary scalloped potato roast

garlic & rosemary scalloped potato roast

This scalloped potato roast is simple to make, and a great prepare-ahead side dish. Rosemary & garlic make it fragrant and delicious. Tuck in! The nights are starting to draw in, and thoughts are turning to delicious dishes of comforting potato, creamy soft within, crispy on top, and flavoured with…

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Malawach – delicious Yemenite Jewish fried flatbread

malawach

Malawach is an easy-to-make, delicious, 3-ingredient flaky fried Jewish flatbread. Serve with fresh tomatoes, cheese & eggs for a fabulous breakfast or brunch.  I think I was in my late teens when I first ate malawach on a trip to Israel. It’s a flaky, savoury fried Yemeni-Jewish flatbread, that usually…

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