Yotam Ottolenghi recipes. Readers’ recipe swap: Miso. Whole-Grain Rice Recipes for Runners. Cook Your Rice1 cup wild rice (3 cups cooked) Add Toppings1 bunch asparagus, chopped and sauteed½ pound cremini mushrooms, sliced and sauteed4 poached eggs (1 per serving) Drizzle with Dressing Whisk together:3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oilJuice of ½ lemon2 tablespoons chopped dill1 clove garlic, minced½ teaspoon salt¼ teaspoon red pepper flakes¼ teaspoon ground black pepper Finish with GarnishGrated Parmesan Nutrition InformationCalories per serving: 361Carbs: 32 gFiber: 4 gProtein: 14 gTotal fat: 21 gSaturated fat: 4 gSodium: 373 mg Indian-Chickpea Basmati Bowl.
Hangover cure recipes. As far as I'm prepared to go in the line of duty, I can confirm that, actually, you don't need to be suffering from any of PG Wodehouse's six types of hangover (the Broken Compass, the Sewing Machine, the Comet, the Atomic, the Cement Mixer and the Gremlin Boogie, if you're interested) to enjoy any of the recipes below.
They may not be a tried-and-tested fry-up, or the surprisingly popular cola and orange juice cocktail suggested by many online, but they do tick the most vital of boxes – put simply, they're all big, and they all pack the flavour punch you need to shake you out of your miserable stupor. Plus the winner comes with toast – what more could you ask for, except to turn back time? The winning recipe: shakshuka Adored in Middle-Eastern countries, shakshuka is the perfect pick-me-up after a bit of a boozy night.
Plus it's quick and served in the pan.Ruth Joseph and Sarah Nathan, Cardiff; To serve 15g freshly chopped coriander or parsleyToast Drunkard's noodles (pad kee mao) 100 Definitive Store-Cupboard Suppers. Stand-by suppers are a cook's best friend.
We've all been there, not enough time to nip to the shops, the fridge looking a little on the sparse side, but you are still craving a satisfying dish that's not going to take the next hour to make. Turn to your store cupboard and with a couple of tins, jars of handy sauce and clever spicing, you can have a hearty, filling meal. The freezer should not be forgotten either, crammed full of vegetables like frozen peas that are preserved at their very best in the cold. The best bit? These non-perishables will keep in your cupboard or freezer for months. Readers’ recipe swap: Noodles.
Noodle dishes are a clever comfort food: they somehow manage to be both soothing and vibrant, bringing a welcome bright spell to any grey day.
Turn one batch of red kidney beans into four different meals. Dried or canned, I’ve always had a soft spot for red kidney beans.
I would get genuinely upset if my mother forgot to add them to her beef borsch, especially in winter. Zing for your supper: Yotam Ottolenghi’s lime recipes. Fresh lime is a really powerful flavour.
Readers’ recipe swap: omelette. Turn a batch of ricotta into four different dishes. There is something very special about fresh cheeses – they may not have the complexity of mature ones, but they carry the sweet tang of milk, grass and hay so well.
Here, we have shared a recipe for making your own cheese – an easy and extremely gratifying pursuit, one worth trying when you have the time and mood to play in the kitchen. The rest of the time, a tub of shop-bought ricotta does a great job for us with savouries and sweets alike. To make your own curd cheeseA true ricotta would only be made using whey left over from cheese production, but I’m assuming readers of this feature don’t have a cheese factory in their back yard so here we’re using whole milk: splash out and buy the best full-fat Jersey or unpasteurised milk from a food market. Goat, buffalo sheep or cow milk all work well.
They aren’t easy to come buy, but well worth the search. Makes 500g1.1 litres whole milk 200ml single cream300g natural yoghurt2 tsp salt, or to tasteJuice of 3 lemons. Readers’ recipe swap: Buckwheat. Following a fortnight of stews and cheese, this week’s buckwheat recipes offered a much-needed health kick, with knockout results.
I’ve had a lean, light dinner of spicy Korean noodles from Marmaduke Scarlet, a creamy buckwheat breakfast courtesy of Thenectarcafe, and a seasonal veggie curry from MizPepperpot. But it hasn’t all been about good intentions – Foodforaking’s gorgeous chocolate, hazelnut and buckwheat crepes made up for any other healthy behaviour. I’d recommend topping with vanilla ice-cream. Sriracha Recipes: 27 Ways To Cook With It (PHOTOS) Once you've heard the call of sriracha's white rooster, it's hard to imagine your life without it.
If you haven't heard of sriracha before -- which would be crazy -- let us be clear, we aren't channeling Jefferson Airplane here, we're talking hot chili sauce. Arguably the best hot chili sauce around. Sriracha has boomed in popularity ever since the since Huy Fong Company first introduced it to the U.S. in the 1980s. Those who have tried sriracha before know what happens: complete and total obsession. When you fall in love with sriracha, you fall hard. How do you eat your sriracha? Close The Endless Meal. Our 10 best pea recipes. Pea soup with almond and chorizo crumbs Vibrant and healthy in equal measure, this simple soup can easily be made vegetarian.
Use veg stock and replace the chorizo and flaked almonds with roughly chopped toasted almonds tossed in salt and smoked paprika.Cut the Carbs by Tori Haschka (Quadrille) Serves 21 tbsp olive oil1 sweet red apple, peeled, cored and diced200g tenderstem broccoli, diced, including stems, or ½ head of broccoli1 courgette, diced220g frozen peas3 handfuls of kale, finely chopped500ml hot vegetable or chicken stockSalt2 tbsp fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves For the crumble (optional)50g chorizo, crumbled into small pieces1–2 tbsp olive oil, if needed 1 tsp smoked paprika, if needed2 tbsp flaked almonds 1 Heat the olive oil in a heavy-based saucepan or casserole dish over medium heat. Our 10 best lamb recipes.
Lamb shawarma Serve this wonderfully tender meat with flatbreads, yoghurt and a lemony slaw. Serves 64 onions, peeled (about 500g)3 tbsp ras el hanout2 tsp salt½ tsp white pepper1 shoulder of lamb, on the bone (1.8-2kg) For the slaw½ tsp salt½ white cabbage, shredded (about 350g)Juice of 1 lemon1 small bunch of parsley, chopped (about 15-20g)2 tbsp vegetable oilSeeds of 1 small pomegranate 1 Preheat the oven to 240C/475F/gas mark 9. Puree 2 onions in a food processor with the ras el hanout, salt and pepper. 2 Put the roasting dish uncovered in the upper-middle part of the very hot oven for around 30 minutes, by which point it should have started to brown (it may take another 10 minutes if your oven doesn’t run very hot). Readers’ Recipe Swap. As a committed baked bean fan, I was thrilled and surprised in equal measure when this week’s theme piqued so much interest.
And there weren’t just recipe ideas for the the well-known tomato variety, but for everything from black beans to borlottis to haricot and kidney, so I decided to try a handful of each. I started with the ones in sauce, having more than a few tins in the cupboard. Marmaduke Scarlet’s ingenious bean burgers went down well served in crusty rolls with a bit of ketchup and little gem. The Gujurati-style beans from Smita Patel Parkinson are almost as fast to heat up as a tin by itself, but added a little interest. Exactly what’s required when your bog-standard beans on toast just seems too drab. Our 10 best tofu recipes. Tofu miso hummus The texture and subtlety of silken tofu means it is great as a base for a dip or spread.
Here tahini, garlic and miso bring a wonderfully rich trio of flavours. Try substituting 75g of tofu for chickpeas for a flavourful twist. Serves 4 1 garlic clove, crushed150g silken tofu4 tbsp tahini Juice from ½ lemon 4 tbsp of peanut or olive oil1 tbsp soy sauce ½ tbsp white miso Salt and black pepper 2 tbsp chopped chives 1 Vigorously whisk the garlic, tofu and tahini in a small bowl, then stir through all the remaining ingredients and whisk again. 2 Sprinkle with chopped chives, then serve.Yuki Gomi, yukiskitchen.com. The weekend cook: Thomasina Miers’ Moroccan-inspired recipes. I recently went to Marrakesh for the first time and found the food thrilling: tagines with warm, gentle but evocative spices; honey that brought sweet and savoury dishes alike to life; vegetables given as much precedence as meat. Readers’ recipe swap: vinegar. 42 Must-Try Foods to Add to Your Bucket List. Readers’ Recipe Swap: maple syrup. How to feed four for £10, in one pot. Seven dishes that feed four for £10, all cooked in one pot.
Slab happy: Yotam Ottolenghi’s meatloaf recipes. With the festive season soon upon us, tables will be starting to fill up with family and friends in search of good cheer and food. And to provide the answer to that perennial culinary Christmas question, “What on Earth will we feed everyone?” A dish has got to tick a lot of boxes. Your couscous recipes. Couscous was the cheap and filling staple in my student homes of old – I used to cook with it a lot. Our 10 best pear recipes. Bill Granger recipes: Miso makes the simplest dishes seem mouthwateringly complex - Features - Food + Drink.
The dishes here are much more autumnal and warming. I love the way miso gives body and depth to anything it touches, making the simplest of dishes taste like you've spent hours at the stove, expertly balancing complex, rich flavours. I've still to find a shop in London that sells amazing fresh miso of the kind you get in Japan (and the US), but I find the packs of red, brown and white miso pastes you can easily buy do a pretty good job. 40 Easy Casserole Recipes That Are Actually Healthy. 30 Ways to Spice Up Snoozy Oatmeal. Readers’ recipe swap: stewed.
Mix master: Yotam Ottolenghi’s recipes for cooking with spice mixes. Our 10 best pumpkin recipes. Tomato & Peanut Soup with Sweet Potato, Kale & Chickpeas - Dinner With Julie Dinner With Julie Tomato & Peanut Soup with Sweet Potato, Kale & Chickpeas - Dinner With Julie. Our 10 best British pudding recipes. Food Blogs - Best Recipes And Meals From LA Local Sites.
Food Blogs - Online Recipes, Cookbooks. Age before beauty: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes for potato and miso tart, braised cabbage and pappardelle with lamb's liver and black garlic. 27 Delicious And Healthy Meals With No Meat.