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Everything You Need To Know About Cooking Lamb Meat

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24 August 2017

Lamb meat and cuts

The meaty Eid Al Adha feast is here and it’s time to decide on the big menu. Yep, we know you’re thinking about the fail-safe lamb roast, lamb shanks and may be kebab skewers. So far so good, they’re all popular and delicious but a tad conventional.

How about spicing things up with a whole lamb roast? Or experimenting with the juicy ribs? Sounds unfamiliar but that’s because we usually stick to the popular meat cuts, often ignoring some underrated and delicious meaty parts.

11 Of The Most Satisfying Dishes To Try This Eid Al Adha

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19 June 2017

10 Delicious Eid Dishes From Around The World

We promised ourselves a healthy summer and well, most of the days, we were successful. But with Eid Al Adha here, 'healthy eating' isn’t the word we want to hear for a few days.

The joyous festival is all about celebration, gratitude and food — loads and loads of sugar dipped sweets, scrumptious bite-size appetisers and delicious entrées.

If you’re looking to experiment with some cultural Eid Al Adha recipes and dishes scroll away to find what tempts your taste buds.

11 Delectable Middle Eastern Desserts

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22 April 2017

 Middle Eastern Desserts

Anyone new to or living in the region MUST experience the many delicious Arabic desserts and Middle Eastern dishes on offer here.

If you don't believe us... Stop everything and close your eyes — think of the most heavenly melt-in-your-mouth delicious dessert you’ve ever eaten? Got it? Now forget that. Because we promise you, these Middle Eastern desserts will take spot no.1 on your list.

3 Ways To Upgrade The Classic Hummus Recipe

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11 April 2017

Hummus Recipes

Don’t get the wrong meanings from the title. We are obsessively (enough to eat every day) in love with the classic hummus recipe.

After all, it falls under the rarest of food groups. The one that's healthy, delicious, snackable and easy-to-make (come to think of it, it’s actually the only food that ticks all the right boxes).

This Middle Eastern dip has a pretty loyal international following and why not? At only 27 calories per tablespoon, it's perfect for filling up without adding any excess calorie guilt.