Middle Eastern recipes

The Middle East has a rich culinary history and it shows in the bold, spicy flavors of their major dishes. Our selection of Middle Eastern recipes mixes together traditional dishes with interesting fusion recipes.

BBQ Lamb Shawarma Kebabs and Baharat Chicken

with Roasted Tahini Aubergine, Zahtar Flatbreads and Salad

Middle Eastern Lamb Pilaf

with Dukkah Roasted Tenderstem® Broccoli

Harissa Chicken

with Fruity Jewelled Bulgur and Minty Yoghurt

Black Bean and Sweet Potato Stew

with Cavolo Nero and Harissa

Middle Eastern Style Veggie Harissa Tacos

with Feta and Wedges

Chickpea Earth Bowl

with Roasted Aubergine, Avocado, Couscous and Minty Yoghurt

Herby Falafel Naans

with Halloumi and Sweet Potato Fries and Garlicky Yoghurt

Warm Butternut and Spring Green Salad

with Bulgur and Feta

Spicy Baharat Roasted Aubergine

with Harissa and Roasted Garlic Yoghurt

Glazed Chicken Naans

With Harissa Veg & Pickled Red Onion

Zahtar Spiced Chicken and Bacon lardons

with Creamy Lentils

Pork and Chickpea Stew

With Garlic Ciabatta

Spiced Moroccan Prawn Stew

with Lentils & Chickpeas

Zahtar Spiced Chicken and Bacon

with Creamy Lentils

Quick Chermoula Prawns

with Zhoug Couscous and Veggies

Chermoula Sausage Meatball Stew

with Bulgur Wheat

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Middle Eastern recipes

5 Ways to Eat Middle Eastern Falafel

Falafel is a popular street food all over the world, but this bite-sized appetiser has been an important component of Middle Eastern cuisine for millennia. With such a rich history, no wonder there are many exciting ways to enjoy falafel.

  1. In a salad. Falafel is the perfect vegetarian protein to transform a simple salad into a filling main course.
  2. In a wrap. Enjoy your falafel on the go by preparing a wrap filled with falafel, lettuce, veggies and sauce.
  3. With tacos. Shake things up with a Middle Eastern fusion recipe. Falafel is a great vegetarian taco filling. Swap out tzatziki for guacamole and enjoy the unique combination of Middle Eastern and Mexican flavors.
  4. As part of a mezze platter. A mezze platter isn’t complete without falafel. Add some grilled vegetables like aubergine or peppers, add a dollop of hummus, and tuck into a delicious Middle Eastern-inspired dinner. We love this Chickpea Falafel with Saffron Couscous and Harissa Yoghurt recipe that really makes a Middle Eastern mezze.
  5. As a starter. Falafel is a fantastic finger food that both picky eaters and peckish adults will enjoy. Serve it before the main dish together with yoghurt dipping sauce or hummus.

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Middle Eastern recipes

5 Ways to Eat Middle Eastern Falafel

Falafel is a popular street food all over the world, but this bite-sized appetiser has been an important component of Middle Eastern cuisine for millennia. With such a rich history, no wonder there are many exciting ways to enjoy falafel.

  1. In a salad. Falafel is the perfect vegetarian protein to transform a simple salad into a filling main course.
  2. In a wrap. Enjoy your falafel on the go by preparing a wrap filled with falafel, lettuce, veggies and sauce.
  3. With tacos. Shake things up with a Middle Eastern fusion recipe. Falafel is a great vegetarian taco filling. Swap out tzatziki for guacamole and enjoy the unique combination of Middle Eastern and Mexican flavors.
  4. As part of a mezze platter. A mezze platter isn’t complete without falafel. Add some grilled vegetables like aubergine or peppers, add a dollop of hummus, and tuck into a delicious Middle Eastern-inspired dinner. We love this Chickpea Falafel with Saffron Couscous and Harissa Yoghurt recipe that really makes a Middle Eastern mezze.
  5. As a starter. Falafel is a fantastic finger food that both picky eaters and peckish adults will enjoy. Serve it before the main dish together with yoghurt dipping sauce or hummus.

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