Chai is world renowned for being sweet and spicy. The masala is usually kept secret and is passed down from mother to daughter. Here is one of my favourite recipes for creating your very own homemade chai — ssshhh don’t tell my mum I shared it with you!
Baking fish in salt is one of the surest way to keep it soft and succulent. I like to use rock salt with a little coriander seed and lemon to create my crust. And don’t be shocked by the amount of salt you need – it’s purely for the crust and you won’t eat any of it.
These cookies have everything a cookie needs. It’s chewy and crumbly at the same time, buttery and sweet, with just the right amount of oats to make you feel like you’re eating something healthy (when of course you aren’t!).
It’s no secret I love smoked paprika and this recipe is one of my go-to recipes when I’m pushed for time and want to eat something delicious for dinner. I love to add chicken to my skewers but you can skip this and add whatever veggies you like.
Ideal for brunch, this North African dish has all the flavours you need – poached eggs in an aromatic sweet tomato sauce full of cumin, paprika and suitably herby. I’ve added a few twists of my own to add some extra zing.