Thanks to hapanom.com, who says these are “the best lentils.” Serve with Ethiopian Veg Stew and injera flatbread or rice.
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We’re gradually extending the number of products we offer ‘unpacked’ from our bulk dispensers. This means you can bring your own containers, cutting out packaging altogether. The range is on average 10% cheaper than the standard kilo price for the same goods when they come in bags, and currently consists of the following products… 41%… Read More »
Friday 27th March, 12.00 – 2.30pm As part of the British Dal Festival, Unicorn and Tibetan Kitchen are celebrating the versatile pulse with a free dhal tasting feast outside the shop. The renowned Tibetan Kitchen team will be turning Unicorn’s UK-grown pulses from Hodmedods into a host of tasty Himalayan dhals. Find your favourite then… Read More »
Thanks to Hodmedod’s for this recipe! These gluten-free rolls are perfect as a snack, with a lunchtime salad, or as a side with curry or stew. This recipe was created by the inspired Salima Dhalla of the Breadren artisan bakery and kitchen. Makes 14-16 rolls.
February heralds the second-ever nationwide British Dal Festival, and on Sunday 10th Feb we’ll be celebrating the first ever UN ‘World Pulse Day‘ here at Unicorn with a dal giveaway outside the shop! Between 12 and 4, the lovely cooks from local community cookery school Cracking Good Food will be serving up freebie tasters of… Read More »
Carlin Peas (aka black badgers) make a great substitute for puy lentils or chickpeas in salads and stews. In the north, ‘parched’ peas are a centuries-old street food – ideally eaten in a paper cone by bonfire. Thanks to Hodmedods.