Adelaide's Uyghur hidden gem, low and slow braised beef, and the pudding of your dreams

 
 
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If you've had Uyghur food in Adelaide, you have the Momz Kitchen co-owners to thank

With more than 20 years' experience serving laghman, polo and toho kordak across the city, husband-and-wife team Hislat and Ershat Shukur still run their café-restaurant with heart.
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Low and slow braised beef recipes
Goulash, osso buco, beef Bourguignon. These are the dishes that prove slow and steady wins the race.
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Stuck indoors? Master these classic desserts
Not even lockdown can dampen the appeal of a well-risen chocolate soufflé.
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Whole roasted cauliflower with miso-almond cream and curry leaves
Your new favourite way to cook cauliflower.
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Honey, polenta and buttermilk-ricotta pudding
It's rich, indulgent, light and fluffy all at once. Impossible? You'll have to see for yourself.
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