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Jeremy Lee’s bread, courgette and ricotta salad Serves 6sourdough bread 6 slicesolive oilbest red wine vinegar pink onions 4 small bright, firm courgettes 8 spring onions 6 tropea onions 4 (if at hand, or small leeks will do happily)garlic 1 clovepepper mill fully charged coarse sea salt ground finebest ricotta 250g picked mint leaves 1 handful Into a handsome bowl, tear the bread into coarse chunks and anoint with 6 tablespoons of olive oil and 3 tablespoons of red wine vinegar.
Peel the pink onions then slice into rounds about 5mm thick. Heat a griddle or a large frying pan. Lay on the rounds of onion and let them colour undisturbed. Turn off the heat beneath the pan. Slice the courgettes thinly. Lightly fry the courgettes in olive oil until lightly coloured and just cooked. When cooled somewhat, add the courgettes with the pink onions to the bread in the bowl. Wipe the pan clean. When ready to serve, add in clods of ricotta, and the mint leaves coarsely ripped. Since you’re here… Grilled mackerel with tomato and avocado salsa. Feta and Mediterranean veg roll. Goat’s cheese and artichoke panzanella. Warm pesto, chickpea and butter bean salad with bacon and grilled halloumi. Chicken noodle salad. Fluffy tomato rice. Squash and stilton veggie toad in the hole.
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It is called the Kejriwal after a man who used to come in 30 years ago and order cheese on toast with spring onions, chillies and two fried eggs. We tried it and thought it would be fantastic for brunch – it’s fulfilling without being too heavy. We do ours by mixing chilli into the cheese on the toast, then grilling two Burford Brown eggs, which have a real richness; the yolks fall over the cheese. We top it off with a mix of more chilli and spring onions. I have started having it at home on a Sunday morning – it’s a bit of an indulgence. 2 slices white bloomer bread 100g mature Cheddar, grated 2 spring onions, chopped 1 green chilli, cut in half lengthways, then finely chopped cracked black pepper 1 tbsp oil 2 free-range eggs Toast the bloomer slices until lightly browned. Heat the oil in a frying pan.Place the cheese on toast under the grill to cook. Kejriwal will be available at Dishoom from June 9. Conut spiced prawns with crisp rice triangles.
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Add the onion, garlic, ginger, chilli and spices and fry very gently for 3 minutes. Then add the almond milk, and the nuts.Simmer gently for seven minutes. Fry the mushrooms in the same pan for three minutes over medium heat. Serve the korma in one bowl, sprinkled with the reserved nuts, with the raita and pickles (below) in separate dishes on the side. Carrot, sweet potato and feta fritters. Crab tagliatelle. Deliciousmagazine.co. Deliciousmagazine.co. Lamb shish with olive and walnut tahini. Sweet potato and chickpea curry. Thai-flavoured chickpea and millet cakes with red pepper sauce. Chickpea and cavolo nero soup. Deliciousmagazine.co. Deliciousmagazine.co. Deliciousmagazine.co. Grana Padano tart with walnut pastry. Philly cheesesteak toastie. Deliciousmagazine.co. Pesto lasagne. Crushed peas with mint.
Deliciousmagazine.co. Deliciousmagazine.co. Deliciousmagazine.co. Vegetable soup with ricotta dumplings. Deliciousmagazine.co. The fermented soya bean paste from Japan isn’t just for making miso soup, it adds rich umami flavours to all kinds of dishes. Try this vegetarian roast sweet potato, beetroot and red onion salad with miso dressing out for size. And if you’re a fan of the salty stuff, then you’ll love these 12 ways with miso. The fermented soya bean paste from Japan isn’t just for making miso soup, it adds rich umami flavours to all kinds of dishes. Try this vegetarian roast sweet potato, beetroot and red onion salad with miso dressing out for size. And if you’re a fan of the salty stuff, then you’ll love these 12 ways with miso. The fermented soya bean paste from Japan isn’t just for making miso soup, it adds rich umami flavours to all kinds of dishes.
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