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Lamb and Pear Tagine with toasted sesame, for Westfield

Moroccan food is absolutely delish! It might seem like it’s always sweltering hot there, but they do indeed have a (mild) winter and love cooking with seasonal ingredients. It’s the perfect time of year to be cooking with pears, as they are fresh, cheap, and above all delicious! They add [...]

By |July 27th, 2017|

Bella’s passion fruit moroccan glazed bbq prawns

All Aussies LOVE prawns and this a great way to shake up the standard bbq with some spicy moroccan flavours, and make use of delicious passionfruit which not only adds a lovely zing, it also helps to tenderise the flesh. Did you know that passion fruits have 2 high seasons? [...]

By |May 5th, 2014|

Recipe: Chicken, Lemon and Olive Tagine with Pearl Cous Cous, as seen at Good Food and Wine Show

We just love moroccan food, it’s full of flavour with classic north african flavours such as Ginger and Cumin, and the classic tajine is a one pot wonder that’s super easy to make.  The only tricky thing can be the Moroccan spice paste, which can feature up to 40 different [...]

By |July 8th, 2013|

Recipe: BBQ Chermoula lamb, as seen in New Idea

We're often asked for recipe suggestions that will please men - and i have to say this is always our top choice. Men love meat. They love BBQ. And we suspect there are a lot of ladies out there who feel just the same way! This is a great way [...]

By |October 8th, 2012|

Recipe: Ras el hanout spiced poussin with smoked eggplant, as seen in OK! Magazine

Be sure to pick up your copy of OK! Magazine, on sale now, to see our delicious Middle Eastern inspired menu featuring this dish, as well as our Roast beetroot and carrot salad with yoghurt tahini dressing and hazelnuts. This poussin dish is easy and delish, perfect for entertaining! A poussin is a [...]

By |May 21st, 2012|

Recipe: Chermoula chicken with quinoa, tomato, and herb salad. As seen in OK! Magazine

This is quite possibly one of the yummiest and healthiest BBQ recipes you'll ever try! The chicken thighs stay moist and hold up to the strong flavours of the chermoula marinade, while the quinoa salad is a wonderful gluten free alternative to tabbouleh.

By |January 23rd, 2012|