Falafel Kit Enjoy the rich and savoury taste of Syria with traditional Falafels. This nutritious and delicious dish is served with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, a touch of hummus, and often with pita bread. Cultural Host Entessar Alkard tells us her five children love to eat falafels, even for breakfast. Vegetarian and gluten free. Cooking KIt includes chickpeas, dried onion and garlic mix and Falafel Spice Blend with sesame seeds, coriander and cumin.

Hariseh Cake Kit The lemons and semolina in this sweet cake give a flavour and texture that bring the Middle East into your kitchen. Cultural Host Doona Arkefo tells us baking this cake always gives her a strong connection to her mother whom she misses dearly. Cooking Kit includes cake mix with semolina flour, sugar, baking powder and baking soda, syrup sugar, almonds and coconut. Ingredients make a 9X13 inch pan of squares.

Matt’s Home Style Meatball Hors D’oeuvre A delicious and easy hors d’oeuvre created by Indigenous Chef Matt Rivers. “This home style meatball recipe reminds me of being at home for winter family get-togethers. Time spent less on cooking and more with those who mean the most to us.” Serve with your favorite dipping sauce.

Moroccan Harira Kit A warm and tasty soup with Moroccan spices for those cold winter nights. Cultural host Hanane Khoubach serves harira with succulent dates, as it is traditional in Moroccan cuisine to pair savoury and sweet dishes together. Try it, you will like it. Gluten-free, vegetarian.Cooking Kit includes chickpeas, lentils, rice vermicelli, fried onion, dried parsley, coriander, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, tomato paste and corn starch.

Nigerian Chin Chin A sweet and crunchy dessert from West Africa. Just one piece will never do, so approach with caution. Brought to you by Cultural Host Ifysinachi Nwatarali.Cooking Kit contains the chin chin dry mix with flour, sugar, baking powder, nutmeg and salt. To finish off the kit we have included a can of evaporated milk and icing sugar to sprinkle on top.

Vegetable Couscous Kit This healthy and tasty vegetable stew is served over a beautifully steamed couscous. The recipe comes from Libya with all the wonderful complex flavors you would expect. Thank you to our Cultural Host Afaf Bayoud ! This can be made as a vegetarian option or with meat. The Cooking Kit includes couscous, chickpeas, tomato paste, and an amazing spice blend with caraway, turmeric, galangal, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and chili. For a little extra spice, you can add the small package of pepper and garlic as a finishing touch.

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