This May Just Be Your New Favorite Salad
Wave goodbye to the Waldorf. Tell the chopped salad it’s getting cut. This Tomato and Roasted Lemon Salad leaves those boring alternatives in the dust.
Royal Potato Salad Recipe
This deceptively simple salad pairs boiled spring potatoes with a sprightly pesto and a fashionable flourish of quail eggs. Read more!
Meringue Roulade with Rose Petals and Fresh Raspberries - The Happy Foodie
This delicate and pretty recipe for Meringue Roulade with Rose Petals and Fresh Raspberries is from Yotam Ottolenghi's book Plenty More. It is a versatile dessert recipe to serve all year round.
Mejadra from 'Jerusalem' Recipe
The Mejadra recipe in Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi's Jerusalem: A Cookbook is Tamimi's take on the traditional Arab comfort food combination of rice, lentils, and onions. Here, the rice and lentils are steamed together with a plethora of spices, pilaf style, before adding the pièce de résistance--a smattering of freshly fried onions.
Get a recipe for green couscous with herbs, pistachio nuts, and arugula; it appears in Yotam Ottolenghi's "Plenty" and was prepared on The Martha Stewart Show.
Apple and Olive Oil Cake with Maple Icing Recipe on Food52
The olive oil gives this cake extra depth and intensity. The complex flavors mature over time, so consider wrapping the cake in plastic wrap and refrigerating it, ready to ice and serve, for up to 3 days. Somewhat less festive (and less calorie laden), this is still very satisfying without the maple icing. Just dust lightly with confectioners' sugar.
Butternut squash and tahini spread recipe, plus batata harra | Yotam Ottolenghi
A squash paste that's incredibly moreish, plus a classic Lebanese and Syrian take on roast potatoes
The odd couple: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipes combining meat with fruit
I'm such a sucker for putting meat and fruit on the same plate that I suspect I must have been Persian in a previous life
Chicken shawarma sandwiches by Yotam Ottolenghi
The archetypal meat dish of the Middle East is as much about the spices applied to the meat and the condiments served with it as it is about the familiar cooking method on a spit. The spiced chicken and onion salsa will no doubt turn into a staple in your kitchen, they are so good. If you don’t like tahini, try well seasoned Greek yogurt with crushed garlic Pick up a copy of Waitrose Kitchen in store for even more delicious recipes and meal ideas.