Shakshuka (serves 2-4)

Shakshuka by The Fat Foodie

When I put a call out to my friends a while ago for recipes that they’d like to see featured on my blog one of my friends asked me to make shakshuka. (Sorry it’s taken so long, Chiara!) Shakshuka is a breakfast dish which originates from the Mediterranean and Middle East and is composed of eggs which are baked on a bed of sliced bell peppers that are cooked in a rich and spicy tomato sauce. Continue reading

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Beef Keema (serves 4-6)

Beef Keema by The Fat Foodie

Beef keema is an Indian curry which is based on slow cooked beef mince and peas in a rich tomato sauce. Although I make mine with beef mince you can also make it with lamb mince if you prefer. As with many curries, such as my Lamb Dansac, this beef keema is absolutely fantastic when cooked throughout the day in the slow cooker, particularly when the weather’s definitely on the turn towards winter and you look forward to coming home to a warming meal after work. Continue reading

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Thai Green Bean Curry (serves 4)

Thai Green Bean Curry by The Fat Foodie

I developed this Thai green bean curry one day after my aunt and uncle had visited and brought with them a generous bundle of vegetable goodies from their allotment. Along with onions and turnips they’d brought us a stack of green beans which were so fresh that their stalks snapped with the slightest touch. I decided that a vegetable that good needed to be showcased as the star of its own show and this recipe was born. Continue reading

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