Another winner from from Yotam Ottolenghi! This recipe is from his cookbook “Plenty More”…I’m a huge fan of his stuff! My husband and I even paid a visit to his shop in Nottinghill the last time we were in London!
An old favourite of mine; excellent served with roast pork loin, especially a juicy, bone-in roast . I also use it as an accompaniment to my hazelnut chicken breasts and anything else that takes my fancy! Like I said before,
For a printer friendly version of this recipe, click here. This is a lovely soup that I like to make with veggies from the Farmer’s Market and herbs from the garden. It’s nice to serve as a first course or
In the fall & winter, when you can buy locally grown celeriac (also known as celery root), is the time for this salad. Blanching the celeriac keep it from darkening. It need only be done for 10 seconds or so,
This combination of chicken, celery, apples, grapes, walnuts with blue cheese is, in my opinion, a classic main course salad! You could use cooked, cubed turkey for the salad too. Makes 8 Servings 4 chicken breasts (6 cups) cooked, cut