Category: Deli

Another recipe with beer as an ingredient and it is one of my favourite recipes on the blog to date. I love cooking with beer (drinking it too) and looking back there are quite a few recipes on the blog: 2 divine ice creams, namely Beer and Nuts Ice Cream and Pumpkin Ale and Smashed Toffee Ice Cream. I used it in my Slow Roasted Pork¬†recipe with great success and of course last week, baked this delicious Chocolate Stout Cake…

Dukkah is derived from the Arabic word “to pound” and is a spice mix served as a dip which has become very popular outside of its birthplace, Egypt. Most retailers now sell some version of dukkah but it is so incredibly easy to make at home and the fragrance when making it is pretty special. No longer just a dip with bread, you can sprinkle dukkah over roast vegetables, fish, lamb or even some steamed rice. This pistachio version is…

Labneh is essentially a cheese made from straining yoghurt, resulting in a deliciously thick, creamy and tangy soft cheese. You can use it as you would any cream cheese, as the basis for tzatziki or spread it inside a pita or wrap. The straining process is very easy and takes 12 – 48 hours. The longer you strain it, the thicker the cheese will become. Should you want a firm cheese to roll into balls you can strain it for…

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