Category Yotam Ottolenghi

GLORIOUS GADO-GADO

Gado-gado wasn’t really something that was on my culinary radar, until a couple of weeks ago when I was flicking through a charity shop find – Madhur Jaffrey’s Far Eastern Cookery, a book to accompany the ’80s TV series of the same name.  It was a bargain – priced at a mere quid – so I […]

ROASTED CAULIFLOWER SALAD WITH POMEGRANATE & PARSLEY

Yesterday, I saw that Selma had posted a delicious looking salad recipe.  I didn’t have a pomegranate, but most other things were sitting in my kitchen, so it just had to be made.  We don’t tend to use maple syrup, but I could definitely factor a pomegranate in to our weekly shop.  Taken from Jerusalem, adapted slightly […]

CELERIAC, FENNEL, CARROT & LENTIL SALAD WITH HAZELNUTS & HERBS

This is a slightly adapted version of Ottolenghi’s celeriac and lentil salad from his vegetable cookbook, Plenty. I was given this beautiful book at Christmas, and this is the first recipe I’ve tried. To mine, I added carrots and extra herbs, and swapped the hazelnut oil (I didn’t have any) for some good quality olive […]