Search results for 'Asian Picnic food'

37 recipes



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4 reviews

This is a heavenly roasted aubergine dip which originates from Lebanon. Delicious served with pitta, vegetables and houmous as part of a meze platter, or - of course - on it's own!

Recipe by: Winky

2 reviews

Asian ingredients give these barbecued chops loads of flavour. They can also be put in the oven and grilled.

Recipe by: Lakmini Ebbinghaus

1 review

Popular throughout the Middle East, this thick and chunky Arab omelette is served flat, not rolled or folded, and is more like a cake. It is packed with vegetables and chickpeas, and is equally delicious hot or cold – ideal for a picnic. Serve with a simple tomato and red onion salad, and garlic flat bread.

Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

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Couscous makes a brilliant base for a quick salad, as it only needs a brief soaking in hot stock (or water). Here it is combined with chickpeas, dates, oranges and pistachios for a Middle Eastern-style vegetarian dish.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

1 review

Homemade hummus only takes a few moments to whizz together and makes a perfect light lunch, served simply with pitta. But for a balanced meal, turn it into this more substantial salad with the addition of crisp salad vegetables.

Recipe by: Maggie Pannell

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That old-fashioned chicken salad has adopted a new-fashioned Oriental accent. Grilled chicken is tossed with a healthy mix of oranges, spring onions, mangetout and lychees and is then crowned with a drizzle of smooth peanut dressing.

Recipe by: Norma MacMillan

1 review

This Asian noodle salad makes a good, quick one-pot meal, and the sky's your limit when it comes to what other vegetables to add.

Recipe by: Jan Cutler

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Here is a quick recipe for a salad with a Thai flair that is elegant and good enough for the fanciest party. It's not only a healthy alternative, but tastes fantastic.

Recipe by: Yakuta Rasheed

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Nargisi kofta are boiled eggs wraped with a layer of seasoned minced lamb. The preparation is a little labour-intensive, but it's all worth it. It makes a delicious party dish.

Recipe by: SUSMITA

1 review

So this is one of those times when I open the fridge and I have nothing that I can make a whole dish out of. I wanted some protein - but didn't have any that matched up to my ingredients. So I finally pulled out my emergency ration of paneer. Now the dilemma was - how do I cook it! I am starting to hate cooking the "curry" way. I wanted something different. So this is what I came up with.

Recipe by: Madhumita

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