Carrots grilled over low heat take on a sweetness, enhanced by a sprinkle of cumin and a drizzle of tahini.
These carrots don't require any complicated seasonings or techniques to turn into a deliciously smoky grilled side dish, and they work as an accompaniment to just about any meat or vegetable main you might like to throw on the grill. No complicated grilling techniques or time-consuming marinades are required here -- just medium-low heat and the patience to turn the carrots over every now and then. These work beautifully without the tahini sauce as well if you're really in the mood for something simple and easy!
Serves 4 as a side.
Juicy lamb meatballs seasoned with a Turkish spice blend make for a delicious sandwich filling or appetizer.
Moroccan carrots are a fairly ubiquitous dish, and with good reason. The common thread throughout the many variations is the combination of sweet, earthy carrots, tart lemon juice, a luxurious amount of olive oil, and the perfect blend of spices.
Cumin and a blend of other spices add complexity to this carrot and lentil soup that is surprisingly simple to prepare.
It's almost Memorial Day, and you know what that means -- time to take the cover off your grill, stock up on the charcoal and propane, and fill your grocery cart with your favorite pieces of meat and grillable vegetables.
Hummus and baba ganoush aren't the only two pureed Middle Eastern dips out there - caramelized carrots provide a sweet base for this dip, while Vanns Cumin, Coriander, and Harissa add earthy depth and spice.
These falafel sandwiches are straight-up amazing. The falafel is flavorful, crisp, and light, so good that even by itself it’s a wonderful thing.
Maybe you have your grilling recipes all set for this weekend. Maybe you're letting someone else do the grilling. Either way, don't forget about the sides! This coleslaw hits all the right notes.
So, you’ve sampled every flavor of hummus available at the grocery store. Maybe you’ve even been making your own, and you’re ready for a change, a hummus that is the perfect balance between sweet and savory, and is spiced with a warm blend of flavors.
A simple Spanish stew uses technique and a bold combination of spices to elevate affordable, healthy ingredients.