This recipe for glazed lokma doughnuts with spiced chicken liver parfait comes from Le Bab and makes a great, impressive starter. Have a look at some of our other chef’s recipes here.
This recipe for beef fillet with spiced pears and chestnut pickle is easy to make but offers something a little bit different during the colder months. Buy chestnuts ready-peeled for ease.
This spiced banana tarte tatin recipe comes from Cinnamon Club. It’s an easy dessert to make but looks impressive.
The spices in this 10 minute recipe are a dead-easy way to perk up some bought-in flatbreads for entertaining.
This Moroccan-style supper for four of spiced merguez couscous not only tastes delicious, but costs under £3 per person. It’s also ready in just 30 minutes, making it perfect for a midweek meal.
You need small caulis the size of your fist for this – it’s quite rich so don’t be tempted to use huge ones. They’ll go well with the Christmas veg, so will make a good Christmas day main for any non-meat eaters.
Dan Doherty’s recipe for spiced lamb cutlets with smoked aubergine is the perfect winter warmer recipe. It takes a while but is really easy to make, perfect for entertaining.
This recipe for sumac spice crusted chicken and green bean salad with spiced yogurt dressing looks fantastic as it’s bursting with colour and it’s packed with flavour too. What’s even better, is that it comes in at under 500 calories – it’s the perfect summer salad
This moreish dish brings out the best of pollack: served on a bed of creamy couscous spiced with coriander, turmeric and chilli. Eat topped with coriander and spinach.
So much Middle Eastern cuisine is interwoven and reinterpreted from country to country, but Lebanon gets the credit for arayes kafta, a fresh lamb-stuffed sandwich. Great party food to pass round or let your guests assemble at the table.
Serving up half a squash is a great meal option for vegetarian friends or family. This one is baked then stuffed with lentils, spices and lemon juice and finished with creamy feta cheese and coriander. Serve hot or room temperature.
This fennel-spiced sausage plait is a grown-up take on everyone’s favourite picnic snack. Made with an added kick of chilli and mustard with a crunch of sesame, this makes for a comforting midweek meal.
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