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Leblebi (Tunisian chickpea soup)

Leblebi (Tunisian chickpea soup)

This simple nourishing soup is often served for the iftar (breaking fast) during the month of Ramadan. The amount of harisa is up to taste, my Tunisian sister-in-law who gave me this recipe makes it much spicier than I do, it tastes good either way.

Curried carrot salad

Curried carrot salad

Curry powder, raisins and apples add a sweet and spicy element to this carrot and parsley salad.

Curried Carrot and Potato Soup

Curried Carrot and Potato Soup

This pureed soup is good, that it'll make your taste buds sing with delight. Enjoy with crusty fresh bread, if desired. It's the perfect soup to be enjoyed during the cold winter days.

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Curried Butternut Squash Soup

Roasting the squash first results in a delicious sweetness - well worth the effort!

Leek and cauliflower mash

Leek and cauliflower mash

This is a wonderful winter low carb side dish and a healthier choice than mashed potatoes. Serve alongside a variety of main meals such as roast chicken, sausages or pies.

Tunisian harissa

Tunisian harissa

This is a popular Tunisian condiment. It's a homemade spicy chilli pepper paste that is sure to add an extra kick to just about anything and it is widely use in Tunisian cuisine. I add it to anything I want to spice up; in my home we use this just about everyday!