27 min

CHASING SMOKE: JORDAN Honey and Co: The Food Talks

    • Food

We're back with the fifth and final episode in our series about our new book CHASING SMOKE, and this week we'll be sharing travel stories and recipes from our incredible trip to Jordan.
In this episode we recreate a cheesy sweet knafe we cooked over the fire in Jordan; we catch up with Ramzi Hanafieh our amazing guide who took us on adventures around Jordan from the green Aljoun hills to Petra; and we talk to our friend and photographer Patricia Niven who accompanied us on all our trips about her favourite experiences along the way.
We were blown away by everything we saw, everything we ate, and everyone we met in Jordan. We enjoyed mind-blowing landscapes from the hills to the valleys, beautiful tomato galayet bandora cooked over fire on the roadside by Ramzi, and we were so lucky to be welcomed to enjoy a mansaf feast with our new friend Saif. We definitely saved the best episode until last for you... Enjoy! 
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Order a copy of Chasing Smoke
Follow us on instagram @honeyandco
Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about new events 
Follow Patsy @PatriciaNiven and see more of her beautiful work at www.patricianiven.com  
Follow Ramzi Hanafieh @Ramzi_Hanafieh and @Saif.Khlaifat85 and adventure with them when you visit Jordan @JOnavigators  
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For knafe recipe:
For the sugar syrup:
400g  granulated sugar 
230ml water 
a squeeze of lemon juice 
2tsp orange blossom water 
For the crust:
375g kadaif dough, air-dried till crisp 
100ml sugar syrup 
45ml oz water
100g / melted ghee 
For the filling:
250g fresh mozzarella 
250g hard mozzarella (the stuff you can grate) 
To cook and serve: 
30g melted ghee to brush the pan 
ground pistachios 
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With thanks to:
Our guests this week: Patsy @PatriciaNiven and @Ramzi_Hanafieh 
As well as @Saif.Khlaifat85 who welcomed us into his family home to cook mansaf 
Producer: Miranda Hinkley
Audio Engineer: Paul Brogden
Theme tune: Daniel Winshall 
Head of Communications: Louisa Cornford 
A special thank you to Polly Russell for donating her garden

We're back with the fifth and final episode in our series about our new book CHASING SMOKE, and this week we'll be sharing travel stories and recipes from our incredible trip to Jordan.
In this episode we recreate a cheesy sweet knafe we cooked over the fire in Jordan; we catch up with Ramzi Hanafieh our amazing guide who took us on adventures around Jordan from the green Aljoun hills to Petra; and we talk to our friend and photographer Patricia Niven who accompanied us on all our trips about her favourite experiences along the way.
We were blown away by everything we saw, everything we ate, and everyone we met in Jordan. We enjoyed mind-blowing landscapes from the hills to the valleys, beautiful tomato galayet bandora cooked over fire on the roadside by Ramzi, and we were so lucky to be welcomed to enjoy a mansaf feast with our new friend Saif. We definitely saved the best episode until last for you... Enjoy! 
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Order a copy of Chasing Smoke
Follow us on instagram @honeyandco
Sign up to our mailing list to be the first to hear about new events 
Follow Patsy @PatriciaNiven and see more of her beautiful work at www.patricianiven.com  
Follow Ramzi Hanafieh @Ramzi_Hanafieh and @Saif.Khlaifat85 and adventure with them when you visit Jordan @JOnavigators  
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For knafe recipe:
For the sugar syrup:
400g  granulated sugar 
230ml water 
a squeeze of lemon juice 
2tsp orange blossom water 
For the crust:
375g kadaif dough, air-dried till crisp 
100ml sugar syrup 
45ml oz water
100g / melted ghee 
For the filling:
250g fresh mozzarella 
250g hard mozzarella (the stuff you can grate) 
To cook and serve: 
30g melted ghee to brush the pan 
ground pistachios 
---
With thanks to:
Our guests this week: Patsy @PatriciaNiven and @Ramzi_Hanafieh 
As well as @Saif.Khlaifat85 who welcomed us into his family home to cook mansaf 
Producer: Miranda Hinkley
Audio Engineer: Paul Brogden
Theme tune: Daniel Winshall 
Head of Communications: Louisa Cornford 
A special thank you to Polly Russell for donating her garden

27 min