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'Better than Ottolenghi!'

Well no – we cannot claim to be better than Ottolenghi but It was the best ever compliment coming from a chef who was also brother of the groom’ at this last weekend’s wedding. 94 more words

Middle Eastern Food

Witajcie w Jerozolimie, czyli orientalne burgery z indyka i cukinii z kaszą bulgur

Minął już miesiąc od czasu, gdy z pompą pożegnałam się z ekipą z mojej ostatniej pracy. Czas szybko biegnie, a mnie się wydaje, że było to nie dalej niż kilka dni temu. 834 more words

Na Obiad

bok choy and sweet sesame salad, saffron cauliflower

We adapted a recipe from Ottolenghi’s Plenty for this dish, which features bok choy instead of the broccolini Ottolenghi uses. We were unable to find broccolini, however, and so bok choy it was. 173 more words


Smoky Indeed...

The next recipe was, once again, a victim of the “what do I have on my shelves” philosophy, but ended in a more than pleasant surprise. 263 more words

two recipes from Ottolenghi's Plenty

We’ve tried two dishes from Yotam Ottolenghi’s Plenty: Vibrant Vegetable Recipes from London’s Ottolenghi (2010), including the roasted parsnips and sweet potatoes pictured above. I love the halved garlic heads roasted into pure goodness in this recipe. 140 more words


Where Ottolenghi meets Bush Gourmet ...

Yotam Ottolenghi‘s recipes, rooted in his Middle Eastern upbringing, have made me much bolder in the kitchen. As an originator of such unexpected yet sublime combinations of flavor, color and texture, I see him as the mythical shapeshifter of all that I harvest from my garden (and deep freeze, for that matter).  617 more words


Aubergine, pistachio & yoghurt salad

This recipe was inspired by the utterly fabulous Ottolenghi who loves an aubergine! G and I have been trying to up our ‘goodness’ intake so, this dish came from a need for goodness and, only having a few things to hand in our kitchen cupboards, unlike Ottolenghi who uses about on average 1001 ingredients per recipe!  213 more words