Sirocco

Sirocco From the golden girl of Middle Eastern cookery Sirocco will bring tastes of the East to Western style dishes in a collection of delicious and accessible recipes With an emphasis on simple ingredi

  • Title: Sirocco
  • Author: Sabrina Ghayour
  • ISBN: 9781784720476
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the golden girl of Middle Eastern cookery, Sirocco will bring tastes of the East to Western style dishes in a collection of 100 delicious and accessible recipes With an emphasis on simple ingredients and strong flavours, Ghayour will bring her modern inspirational touch to a variety of dishes ranging from classics and comfort food to spectacular salads and sweet treaFrom the golden girl of Middle Eastern cookery, Sirocco will bring tastes of the East to Western style dishes in a collection of 100 delicious and accessible recipes With an emphasis on simple ingredients and strong flavours, Ghayour will bring her modern inspirational touch to a variety of dishes ranging from classics and comfort food to spectacular salads and sweet treats.

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    1. Originally published on my blog, In the Stacks: nikkitheknack/2016These recipes are inspired by the flavours of the East, but use the ingredients and cooking styles of the West.As the introduction suggests, it's easy to find most of the ingredients required in this cookbook. For the recipes I decided to make, all the ingredients were either things I had at home, or things that we regularly buy for our household anyway. It was convenient to not have to look for "special" ingredients!I ended up ma [...]

    2. I will officially thoroughly read this in 2017; I flipped through it, and it looks pretty decent. I'm putting the rating up because I really want this to at least be nominated in 2016 Choice Awards for "Food & Cookbooks"; so anyone who does read cookbooks, please consider checking this one out? xDMy hopeful candidates for 2016 Choice Awards "Food & Cookbooks" category:(In book title's alphabetical order)

    3. Sirocco is one of my favourite cookbooks (vegetarian-friendly!). Written by Sabrina Ghayour, it melds her family’s Persian background with a life lived in London to make something new – modern British cuisine at its very finest. I love her strong, bright, bold flavours – sumac, za’atar, chilli and harissa, lemon, barberries, nigella seeds, pomegranate molasses, garlic, pickles, big handfuls of fresh herbs – making fresh vegetables and pulses taste amazing. This is my kind of vegetable [...]

    4. Originally posted at ramblingsthebookblog.tumblr I’m a huge Sabrina Ghayour fan. I bought Persiana and it’s one of my favourite cookbooks; my boyfriend always loves it when I make recipes from it. We’re big Sabrina fans in my house. It made my day when this turned up in the post. Sirocco is the sequel to Persiana and it’s full of delicious, tasty middle eastern recipes. I mean, look at this. It’s actual food porn. Everything is bright, colourful and it makes you want to reach inside th [...]

    5. If Sirocco was a cage fighter it would be a bombastic, no-holds barred affair wearing the brightest neon leotard ever. Luckily, it is not a cage fighter and instead an exciting and flavour-driven cookbook. Read our full review: cookthesebooks/sirocco-sab

    6. I picked this cookbook up on a whim while shopping on Tuesday (10th May) and I'm so glad I did. The recipes I've tried so far are simple and delicious, and with the exception of Sumac (which I had seen at the market and wondered how to use) I had everything I needed in the kitchen already. The recipes are complimented with beautiful photography throughout the book. I can see this book becoming a favourite in my kitchen, and have ordered the author's first work Persiana: Recipes from the Middle E [...]

    7. I love looking through this book I find it inspirational for trying new and exciting recipes that are fresh and flavourful with wonderful ingredients, I have only tried a couple of recipes so far and they have been delicious. I would recommend this book.

    8. This is a great go to cookbook! Lovely Illustration & the recipes are doable and impressive highly recommend

    9. Most of the recipes are straightforward and simple, with rich, delicious Mediterranean and Middle-Eastern flavors. There are a lot more specialty ingredients needed than the book advertises.

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