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Check out this Middle Eastern-inspired recipe from Chef Naima of Tagine Restaurant at Dubai’s One&Only Royal Mirage for the month of Ramadan. It is easy to prep and can be cooked in just under two hours, making it perfect for iftar.  Ingredients Batch one 2 kg whole chicken 30 g chopped garlic 800 g chopped onion 20 g dried coriander 20 g fresh chopped parsley 30 g ginger powder 20 g salt 20 g white pepper  40 g smen...

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Looking for some culinary inspiration this Ramadan while staying at home? Monaco’s Michelin-starred Chef Marcel Ravin has shared three of his renowned dishes, served at Monte Carlo Hotel Bay and Resort, including his famous roast chicken and Nutella and banana cake for dessert. In case you’ve got roast chicken leftovers, he’s also shared a leftover recipe. Marcel’s roast chicken Ingredients for 4 people 1 free-range chicken 1.2 kg ½ lemon 125 g softened butter 2...

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Rawkure may conjure up images of anti-inflammatory sweet treats like Sinless Cacao Donuts and superfood Kreamy Kupcakes. But there is a savory line too, including this recipe for Beetroot Risotto that Rawkure’s founder Mariam Hourani shares with livehealthy.ae readers. Ingredients 1/2 cup chopped sweet onion 1 teaspoon grapeseed oil 4 small beets, chopped and made into puree 1 cup white arborio rice 3 -4 cups homemade vegetable stock 1 tablespoon minced garlic 1/2 tsp cinnamon 1/4 tsp black pepper ¼...

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Delna Prakashan is the Dubai-born Indian author of Whip It!, a cookbook that takes a no-fuss, joyful approach to cooking. This twist on a Japanese meat dumpling, which is traditionally steamed then pan-fried and wrapped with a thin dough, was born when she was doing the keto diet. “My mom tested a ‘keto-version’ of a gyoza made with cabbage leaves,” she writes. “Now, whenever I have some leftover minced meat, cabbage gyozas it is. Though...

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With a flexible, light-hearted philosophy that is the very opposite of earnest, Delna Prakashan is always looking for ways to sneak greens into her favorite dishes.  “I’m always on a search for ways I can sneakily add in my greens to some of my favorite recipes like this one,” she says. “All I do is take a handful of baby spinach and blend it along with the crepes batter,” says the Dubai-born Indian author of...

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The Gbemi’s Kitchen serves healthy Nigerian food like this #recipe for Suya Chicken. If you don’t want to serve this main dish on a salad, serve alongside rice.  Ingredients 2 chicken breasts, approximately 120g each   1 tsp suya spice mix: 1 tsp peanut powder (optional) 1 tsp ground ginger 1 tsp cayenne pepper ½ tsp smoked paprika  1 tsp onion powder ½ tsp garlic powder 1 tsp chicken bouillon powder 1 tsp olive oil, plus...

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This magical unicorn recipe for “nice cream”, courtesy of the new Dubai children’s restaurant White + The Bear, is full of strawberries, which are a fantastic source of Vitamin C and magnesium. If you can find the specialized moulds, want to order all the superfood powders  (and not only pitaya) and have the time, then follow all directions. Or you can just make the base, scoop into a bowl and serve it up to the little...

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The phrase “cool as a cucumber”, written by the English poet and dramatist John Gay, is an idyllic Ayurvedic idiom. Cucumbers are a summer vegetable that can have an inner temperature up to 20 degrees cooler than the ambient temperature. An accumulation of summer heat can heighten emotions, creating impatience, anger, and agitation. Physical manifestations of excess heat can cause imbalances of the liver, gallbladder, urinary bladder, blood, skin, and eyes. Luckily, the cooling and...