Tag: vegetarian dish

The Musette: Dosa

In its most simple form, Dosa is very similar to a crepe and is a very popular street food all over India. Originating in southern India, Dosa has been around since 5th century AD. It’s said that it was first referenced by Chalukya King… Continue Reading “The Musette: Dosa”

The Musette: courgette fritters

I’ve made courgette fritters for years, initially using a recipe from that domestic goddess Nigella Lawson. However, I’ve shifted to making them less dairy laden and more acceptable to a wider range of regimes. The word fritter usually conjures up something deep-fried, fat-laden, and… Continue Reading “The Musette: courgette fritters”

The Musette: mujadara

Lentils, rice, olive oil, spices and onions – this Middle Eastern standard is the ultimate pantry recipe. It’s also the classic example of a dish that’s greater than the sum of its parts. There are literally dozens of recipes for mujadara out there –… Continue Reading “The Musette: mujadara”