Tag: middle eastern

Pomegranate Hummus with Spicy Sausage

Somer Sivrioglu is from Turkey, but his restaurant's most popular dish, hummus, isn't! So in order to satisfy his clienteles love of both this Arabic staple and Somer's signature Turkish cuisine he had to make some changes. Having tried both Somer's hummus and the one we made following this recipe, we can confirm that it is definitely a change for ...

Ingredients for Turkish Meze

The true beauty of Turkish Meze is that a simple garnish or spice can take the main ingredients, which are already stars in their own right, to a whole new level of enjoyment.  Keeping your Turkish Meze recipes simple and satisfying requires a few unique ingredients that are packed with flavour, texture and colour. Here's what you'll find in our T...

Graupera Tagines

It can be difficult to describe the different results you get from a tagine in comparison to a traditional casserole. Both intensify flavours, but the tagine is particularly adept at preserving texture while still producing tender portions of meat and vegetables. Our Graupera tagines are made to withstand high temperatures for use on the stove top...

Tagine Use & Care Guide

The word 'tagine' refers to a plate typically of Middle Eastern origin and used widely in Egypt and Morocco. The word also refers to the resulting dish that is cooked in it. The conical lid of the tagine is perfect for steam circulation, which helps to produce meats and vegetables that are tender while remaining firm. Our clay tagines have been sp...

Recipe: Chicken Tagine

This Chicken Tagine has all the wonderful aromas and rich flavours characteristic of classic winter recipes, but with a delightful Middle Eastern twist. Ingredients: 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 2 red onions, thinly sliced lengthways 4 garlic cloves, crushed with 1 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons smoked paprika 1 teaspoon ground ginger 1 teaspo...