AT A GLANCE
"Make sure you buy the beef on the day you intend to make this dish - it must be impeccably fresh and really good quality," says Hafner. "The Middle Eastern flavours here are inspired by Yotam Ottolenghi's book Jerusalem, which I'm loving at the moment." Baharat is an Arabic spice blend of mainly pepper, cumin, coriander, clove, cardamom, cinnamon and nutmeg.
|01||Mix beef, spices and 1 tsp sea salt flakes in a bowl and refrigerate for flavours to combine (15 minutes). Add onion, chilli and olive oil, and check seasoning, adding more salt if necessary.|
|02||Just before serving, mix parsley, mint, lemon juice, vinegar, sumac and a pinch of salt in a bowl.|
|03||Spread hummus on a platter or two, top with beef mixture, pressing to form a neat shape, then top with parsley mixture and pine nuts and serve with crusty baguette or warm toasted pita bread.|