Bazaar: Vibrant vegetarian and plant-based recipes: The Sunday Times bestseller

August 11, 2019 - Comment

From Sabrina Ghayour, the bestselling author of Persiana and Sirocco, Bazaar is a delicious new vegetarian recipe book that celebrates Middle Eastern food. Packed with colourful, flavourful dishes, the magic of this cookbook is that you won’t ever feel like anything is missing. Using a range of spices, herbs, grains, pulses, and plenty of fresh

From Sabrina Ghayour, the bestselling author of Persiana and Sirocco, Bazaar is a delicious new vegetarian recipe book that celebrates Middle Eastern food.

Packed with colourful, flavourful dishes, the magic of this cookbook is that you won’t ever feel like anything is missing. Using a range of spices, herbs, grains, pulses, and plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables, each recipe is designed to suit every occasion and palate.

Recipes include potato, ricotta and herb dumplings with walnuts and pul biber butter, grilled halloumi flatbreads with preserved lemon and barberry salsa, grilled tofu salad with tamarind and miso dressing, and courgette, orange and almond cake with sweet yogurt frosting.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Beautiful vegeterian dishes for the meateaters Yet an other beautifully written and well thought out book from Sabrina Ghayour to add to my collection of her books.Beautiful salads and vegeterian dishes would be a vibrant addition to our meatless days.Recipes are easy to follow, simple and delicious using not so many excotic ingredients.I tried 2 recipes so far, chickpea koftas and saffron sweet breads. Both were ready effortlessly and delicious.

Anonymous says:

inferior packaging What I have read of this book so far is looking great. However, it would have been good to have received the book in pristine condition (pub’d 04/04/2019). The ends of the spine are noticeably damaged and this is clearly from inadequatepackaging in which the book could slide around. I cannot be bothered to go to the trouble of having the book replaced but please remember, Amazon, that eco-packaging does NOT equal INEFFECTIVE.

Anonymous says:

A lot of fried food I love Sabrina and will continue to buy her books. There are some good recipes in this one. But I’m not a fan of the mess of unhealthiness of deep fried food and therefore this book really limited the recipes I could use. Sabrina always has some friend foods as it’s part of the culture of the style of food she cooks, I get that, but at least a third of these recipes required frying. That’s a touch too much for a vegetable book I feel. If you love frying and Sabrina, this is the book for…

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