Category Archives: complex-ish dish

Throw your own tapas party!

by Kate Harris Throw your own tapas party!   First off, I should probably level with you that the total cost of all these ingredients is not cheap. You may wish to make it cheaper by serving more of the … Continue reading

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Vegan Khoresht-e Qaimeh

This is a guest post by the excellent Will McCallum An Iranian stew called Khoresht-e Qaimeh with very strong flavours, I’ve adapted the traditional mutton and use aubergine chunks, the most meaty of vegetables, instead.  Serves 6: 1 large onion … Continue reading

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Shepherd’s mousakka

I wrote up a recipe a week or so ago that was a mix between a lasagne and a mousakka. This is half shepherd’s pie, half mousakka – basically because there was lamb mince, left over mashed potato, and lots … Continue reading

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A ‘proper’ Salade Niçoise

This is a guest post from Louise Hazan, and first appeared on her blog. I’m not exactly renowned for my ‘traditional’ approach to many things.  If given half a chance, whether in cookery, campaigning or in the way I choose … Continue reading

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Beetroot mousange (or lasakka)

This is a recipe I invented once, basically coz it seemed like a good idea. It’s half way between a lasagne and a mousakka – hence the silly name. It’s a bit complicated, but worth it – good if you … Continue reading

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