*August 2009 COTM* OTTOLENGHI: Recipe Lists, Cookbook Recipe Links, Paraphrases
- Caitlin McGrath Aug 3, 2009 01:25 PM
Our Chowhound August 2009 Cookbook of the Month is Ottolenghi: The Cookbook, by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi; and all online recipes by the authors.
Because many participants do not have access to this British cookbook, several generous hounds with the book have offered to paraphrase recipes from the book for which there are no online options. Please request and provide general recipe descriptions and paraphrases in this thread. Below are posted recipe names, listed by subsections in the book, with links to online sources where available (many thanks to greedygirl for finding most of the links).
Please request and provide descriptions and paraphrases as responses to the post with the related titles, as a means of keeping the thread organized and avoiding unnecessary repetition.
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Ingredient lists don't fall under copyright protection, so you're welcome to repost those verbatim.
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Thank you for participating, and enjoy cooking from this marvelous book!
Fresh fruit and vegetables:
Peaches and speck with orange blossom: http://eatlikeagirl.com/2007/07/16/ch...
Figs with young pecorino and honey
Radish and broad bean salad: http://www.eattherightstuff.com/blog/...
Fennel and feta with pomegranate seeds and sumac:
Cucumber and poppy seed salad
Etti's herb salad
Chargrilled asparagus, courgettes and manouri:
Asparagus and samphire
French beans and mangetout with hazelnuts and orange: http://the-3rs---reading-ranting--rec...
Baked artichokes and broad beans:
Sweet broccolini with tofu, sesame and coriander:
Chargrilled broccoli with chilli and garlic: http://ohmy-applepie.blogspot.com/200...
Purple sprouting broccoli and salsify with caper butter
Baked okra with tomato and ginger
Roasted buternut squash with burnt aubergine and pomegranate molasses: http://helengraves.co.uk/?p=766Molasses
Caramelised endive with Serrano ham
Cauliflower and cumin fritters with lime yoghurt
Chargrilled cauliflower with tomato, dill and capers
Fennel, cherry tomato and crumble gratin: http://www.gourmet-chick.com/2009/02/...
Marinated romano peppers with buffalo mozzarella
Mixed mushrooms with cinnamon and lemon
Portobello mushrooms with pearl barley and preserved lemon
re: Caitlin McGrath
Caramelised endive with Serrano ham:
Cauliflower and cumin fritters with lime yoghurt:
Chargrilled cauliflower with tomato, dill and capers: http://www.zimbio.com/Recipes/article...
Mixed mushrooms with cinnamon and lemon:
Portobello mushrooms with pearl barley and preserved lemon: http://eattherightstuff.squarespace.c...
Roast potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes with lemon and sage
Roasted red and gold beetroot
Crushed new potatoes with horseradish and sorrel: http://www.ottolenghi.co.uk/recipes/c...
Sweet and sour celeriac and swede
Parsnip and pumpkin mash
Carrot and peas
Roasted sweet potato with pecan and maple: http://shadowcook.com/2008/12/27/yota...
Danielle's sweet potato gratin
re: Caitlin McGrath
Roast red and golden beetroot (p. 63)
500g golden beetroot
500g red beetroot
80g sunflower seeds
90ml maple syrup
4 tbsp sherry vinegar
4 tbsp olive oil
2 crushed garlic cloves
20g chervil leaves plus more for garnish
60g baby chard leaves, baby spinach or rocket
coarse sea salt and black pepper
Preheat oven to 200C. Wash beets and wrap individually in foil. Bake 40 to 90 min., depending on size, until tender when pierced w/knife. Meanwhile, toast sunflower seeds alongside for 8 min., until just lightly colored. Peels the beets, and cut into halves, quarters, or 2-3 cm dice. Mix with the remaining ingredients; there should be a clear sweetness balanced w/salt.
re: Caitlin McGrath
Roast potatoes and Jerusalem artichokes with lemon and sage: http://www.athomemagazine.co.uk/food/...
Sweet and sour celeriac and swede: http://www.waitrose.com/content/waitr...
Carrot and peas: http://heavytable.com/ottolenghis-car...
Danielle's sweet potato gratin: http://blog.maisoncupcake.com/ottolen...