More ideas from Jo
Feta Whatever Recipe | We Are What We Eat

This Winter wonder transforms a superfood into a souper-food – with a hearty recipe using tangy yoghurt and savoury blue cheese to warm the cockles and tempt the taste buds. Lovingly created by Annabel Langbein.

Moroccan Vegetable Couscous with Chicken Chipolatas

Moroccan Vegetable Couscous with Chicken Chipolatas

Date Almond And Cacao Bliss Balls | Donna Hay

Date Almond Cacao Bliss Balls. Packed with the goodness of dates, almonds and with no added sugar, these fudgy bliss balls are the perfect mid-afternoon snack or quick treat for the kids!

Step 1 Heat oil in a large frying pan. Add lamb and cook over a high heat for 4-5 minutes, turning pieces occasionally, until lightly browned on all sides. Transfer lamb to a non-stick, sprayed slow cooker and set to low. Step 2 Once lamb has been transferred to slow cooker, add onion and carrot to frying-pan and cook, stirring occasionally, for 3-5 minutes until onion has softened and is beginning to brown. Stir in cumin, coriander, turmeric, chilli and cinnamon stick. Cook, stirring…

Slow cooker Harira - Traditional Moroccan lamb, chickpea and lentil soup served on Istar to break the Ramadan fast. made this yesterday for iftar

This salad works beautifully with grilled meat or chicken and makes a perfect partner for a baked whole fish.

Recipe: Char-grilled fennel, carrot salad with champagne vinegar, tarragon, fried haloumi

It may sound unusual to use condensed milk in a salad dressing, but it works really well in this broccoli and quinoa combo. If you can’t get the tri-colour quinoa mix, any colour will be just fine.

Crisp and cheesy drumsticks | New World Supermarket

The name says it all- crisp and cheesy. These moreish drumsticks, teamed with roasted kumara are bound to be a firm family favourite.