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Moroccan Inspired Spaghetti with Meatballs Recipe

Serves 4

Ingredients

Moroccan Inspired Spaghetti with Meatballs - Zest Byron Bay400g lamb mince
3 tbs Zest Moroccan Spice Paste
1 tbs olive oil
1 onion finely crushed
2 cloves garlic minced
1 tbs chopped parsley
1 tbs tomato paste
1 tin whole plum tomatoes
plain flour for dusting meatballs
300-400g spaghetti
grated Parmesan for serving

Method

In a heavy based pan, sauté onion and garlic in oil until soft. Put one half in a bowl and keep the other half in the pan.

To this, add mince, 2 tbs Spice Paste, parsley and mix. Shape into 50g balls and refrigerate.

Into the pan with the onion/garlic mix, add tomato paste, 1 tbs Spice Paste and fry off for 1 minute. Then add tinned tomatoes and crush with your hand as they go in. Season and simmer sauce for 10 minutes.

Dust a little flour over the meatballs and then in a frying pan, seal off until brown. Once this is done, put the meatballs in the tomato sauce and simmer gently for another 10 minutes.

Cook spaghetti and serve topped with sauce and Parmesan.

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Created by: Zest Byron Bay

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Amazing Rogan Josh Paella with Seafood Recipe

Amazing Rogan Josh Paella with Seafood - Zest Byron BayServes 8-12

Ingredients

2 tbs extra virgin olive oil
1 sml onion medium dice
200g chorizo
100g red capsicum medium dice
1½ cup preferred Paella rice
175g Zest Rogan Josh
1 tsp salt ground with …
a pinch saffron
750ml chicken or fish stock
12 prepared green prawns, tails on
12 fresh mussels, debearded
300g firm white fish chunks
½ bunch chopped parsley

Method

In a large fry pan or Paella pan (approx. 35-40cm diameter) heat oil and sauté chorizo until it starts to release it’s oil.

Add onion and capsicum, cook until soft, then add rice and stir in all the flavoured oils for 2-3 mins.

Stir in Zest Rogan Josh and saffron/salt mix then add stock, stir and bring to a slow simmer.

After 15 mins, add prawns to the rice.

After another 10 mins stud rice with fish & arrange mussels, then cover with foil until mussels open, the stock has been absorbed and the rice is nicely cooked. (Also there should be a nice crust on the bottom.)

Sprinkle with parsley and serve from the pan or transfer to a large bowl.

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Created by: Zest Byron Bay