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Bibimbap is a Korean classic and literally translates to 'mixed rice bowl'. Ours is topped with pickled smashed cucumber, beef bulgogi, spinach and a crispy fried egg. For traditional eating, mix all your veg, rice and egg yolk together. Seoul-food!
This warming tagine combines chicken with salty olives, sweet apricots, earthy ras el hanout and fresh parsley. Served over lemon and parsley couscous and topped with crunchy toasted almonds. Tagenius!
The history of this iconic salad dates back to 1896 when the Waldorf Hotel in New York concocted this fruity number. Apple, sultanas and grapes are tumbled through a creamy dressing, with walnuts adding earthiness, chicken for protein and croutons for crunch!
Romesco sauce is a sweet and sour, thick, smoky red pepper salsa that originates from sunny Catalonia, a little bit like pesto but less salty. We're serving ours alongside juicy pork tenderloin, crushed baby potatoes and vibrant Tenderstem broccoli.
We’ve based this dish on a Chinese street food classic. Wholewheat noodles are dressed in a coconut curry sauce and packed with golden paneer, stir-fried green pepper, onion and charred pineapple. The sauce is creamy, sweet and a little spicy and it's all topped off with spring onion, coriander and toasted sesame seeds.
A bright yellow, wholesome and warming chicken noodle dish with fragrant spices and a little Thai heat, balanced with rich coconut and a squeeze of lime juice. Bringing a little sunshine into your evening!
We've chosen the traditional flavour combo of fennel & sausage to top our less traditional (but all the more quick!) naan pizzas. Mozzarella, baby kale and chilli flakes join the party while a fresh cherry tomato and basil salad is served alongside.
This summer pasta celebrates one of our favourite flavour combinations - ham and pea. You'll cook up baby gammon until it's tender enough to pull apart. You'll then fold the shredded ham through a creamy mustard and lemon sauce. Finished with fresh peas, pea shoots and black pepper. Peafect!
Ratatouille, traditionally a French stew of sweet mixed vegetables, normally requires hours of slow cooking. We've simplified this method by tossing vegetables in olive oil and roasting them in a hot oven, then combining them with a rich tomato sauce. Sat over nutty wheat berries, dressed in a cheese and basil pesto. Ratatou-easy!
This 'spiced up' chicken salad is Indian inspired and is awash with colour and flavour. The chicken is fried in our own-blend curry powder, before being glazed in sweet mango chutney and coated in nigella seeds. Mini garlic and coriander naans are used to create Indian croutons and it's all brought together with a zingy lime dressing.
Gyros (pronounced yee-ros) is the ultimate Greek street food. Chicken is cooked on a vertical rotisserie and served in flatbread. You'll replicate this little technique with a hack that involves rolling the chicken breast into a tight cigar-shape, so you're still left with a juicy and flavourful meat. Served with tzatziki, salad and chips.