Sandy was married to an Israeli of Egyptian origin and learnt how to cook rice from his family.
Back in the late eighties I was living in North Sydney. Most days I’d go down to the local Lebanese takeaway booth and buy a felafel roll. Very yum it was too. Not surprisingly after a couple of years of this I became friendly with the owner. One day, instead of my normal felafel roll, ...
This is a dish from central Asia which Galit translated from Hebrew and I served up to friends. Rather good I think and has become a staple dish for Rosh Hashanah. The rice and chicken provide the substance and the pomegranate provides the zing. Serves 4-6.
Sushi is rice with vinegar – and usually something tasty as well. I’ve tried it a few times and found it quite simple really. Galit doesn’t like sea food and likes the seaweed rolls (i.e. sushi in a seaweed wrapping) so that’s what I make. I’ve based the proportions on a 500 gram packet of ...
As with all my Afghani recipes, this one came from Roqiah. Always served with vegetables, often potatoes.
Solid. A good simple, filling and quick meal.
Tasty, but need to put it with something when I do it again.