Tahini Pie

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Definitely one of the most delicious, traditional Cypriot recipes. Tahini pie is probably one of the most grossing items in any bakery store in Cyprus. It’s a sweet pastry coil filled with creamy tahini and cinnamon. I absolutely love it, so creating a simpler version for the home baker was something I really wanted to create. Continue reading

Lighter Mac n Cheese with Cauliflower and Kale

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One would think there isn’t such a thing as lighter Mac n Cheese. I mean it wouldn’t be proper Mac n Cheese therefore it should be called something else. However, taking away half the pasta from the traditional recipe and replacing it with cauliflower does qualify as a lighter version. Taking away half the cheddar and replacing it with cottage cheese, well, that gives me the right to enjoy this dish without too much guilt. Continue reading

Roasted Aubergines with Pomegranate

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New way of roasting: Pomegranate juice. It gives such delicate sweetness, but it’s tangy at the same time. It turned my aubergines into something out of this world delicious. I meant to serve this dish as a salad but it’s a gorgeous, vegan, main course really, as the aubergines are so filling, meaty and rich. The tomato sauce mellows and becomes thick and dense and sweet and everything it should be. Continue reading

Green Vegetable Frittata

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I could also call this dish “empty-your-fridge frittata”. I had so many greens; I was either going to start stuffing courgettes or throw everything in a pan and make a frittata. The second seemed like the obvious choice since it’s far less time consuming. But it was also the right choice as this dish came out so delicious. It’s so full of healthy greens like courgettes, spinach, spring onions and green beans, with tangy feta and grated halloumi. Serve it with a bright, cherry tomato salad and you have a fantastic brunch, lunch or dinner. Continue reading