Apricots give this familiar combination of cherry, coconut and dark chocolate the tang to keep you wanting more.
Words by Kiran, Adelaide, Australia I belong to the Northern State of Pakistan, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). The people who live in KPK are either Aryan, Jewish, Arab or have mixed origins and our cultural background is Islam. They are very hospitable, loving and appreciate guests and visitors to their home. As the people of … Continue reading Kiran’s Peshawari Chapli Kebab
I like a quick throw together meal and this salad is just the thing teamed with crispy baked chicken wings. Asparagus is in season at the moment but could easily be substituted for green beans. Serves 2 Ingredients 1/2 small cauliflower cut into bite-sized pieces 3-4 small zucchini sliced 1 bunch of asparagus sliced 2 … Continue reading Roasted Cauliflower, Zucchini and Asparagus with Caesar-Style Dressing
Thanks to some inspiration from Fully Raw and The Global Girl, this cake is simply layers of pureed seasonal fruit and flavoured yoghurt on a nut and seed crust. Measurements are a rough guide, so if you want more of one filling and less of another make it that way - use your intuition. Change … Continue reading Frozen Layer Cake
A traditional Christmas treat from Germany, Pfeffernusse translates to ‘pepper nuts’ so you can imagine just how flavoursome these little biscuits are. While I don’t remember my great aunt ever baking them, they do remind me of her generous German hospitality and homemade cakes, so Pfeffernusse holds a special place in my heart. Warning: highly … Continue reading Pfeffernusse: German spiced biscuits