Fresh sorrel and plain yogurt with a little garlic, olive oil, and salt. But you’re going to have to grovel for it. This looks utterly scrumdiddlyumptious. In a heat-proof bowl combine the sorrel, the ginger and the cloves. (It’s funny because I remember thinking that sumac was the plant with the fuzzy red stalks that grew underground in the darkness of the subway in New York. Gorgeous photos of gorgeous food!! Drain, then return the eggs to the same pan and fill with cold water to stop them cooking. This inspires me. I love it. ½ medium watermelon (1.3kg), rind and seeds discarded, flesh cut into 7cm-long x 0.5cm-wide batons2 granny smith apples, cored and cut into 7cm-long x 0.5cm-wide batons3 limes – zest finely grated, to get 2 tsp, and juiced, to get 3 tbsp1 tbsp olive oil2 sticks lemongrass, woody outer leaves removed and discarded, trimmed and finely chopped 5g mint leaves10g coriander leavesFlaked sea salt½ tbsp black mustard seeds, lightly toasted. Can’t hurt to try. This dish screams summer, it screams virtuous and it definitely screams delicious. When the recent cloud of volcanic ash cruelly snatched my vacation away from me, not only was I miffed I wouldn’t be heading across the ocean (and let me tell you, there’s nothing more depressing than unpacking a non-used swimsuit, sandals, and sunscreen out of a suitcase), but I was sad I would be missing dinner with Yotam Ottolenghi at his restaurant, Ottolenghi. Serves four. 100ml sunflower oil 3 large onions, peeled and cut into 2cm-wide wedgesSalt2 lemons, skin finely shaved, then juiced, to get 2 tbsp200g brown rice, rinsed10 black garlic cloves, thinly sliced150g Greek-style yoghurt10g parsley leaves, roughly chopped. I’d love to start a bulletin board so folks could hook up! Crumble the feta over the top and serve. The cooking time may be as little as 30 minutes, or over an hour, depending on the beans. Thanks for another recipe! Prepare grill for high heat (or heat a grill pan over high). (Which I’d like to know if that’s true, because if it is, I have a freezer full of it). Such a mysterious tasting spice. But if there is a recipe for money, I’m wasting my time crawling around on my hands and knees, sorting through dusty spice bins while Arabic women give me funny looks. See more ideas about sorrel recipe, hibiscus, hibiscus tea. Olga: Most cities have an Arabic market somewhere, at least the ones I’ve lived in. It’s really and interesting flavor. I realy need to work out something else to do with halloumi apart from grilling it…. Luckily I’m tenacious and got down on my hands and knees on the dusty floor and dug though all the spices until I found a more reasonably sized bag, and brought it home with a big chunk of feta which I fished out of the brine at the shop. Clearly, I need to move. This is gorgeously light, but you can make it more hearty by using chicken stock and topping with fried pancetta. Once cooled, stir the lemon juice and sumac, and then roughly chop the fresh herbs and mix them into the beans. But only in one kilo (2.2 pounds) bags and I thought that was kind of a lot, since the recipe only called for 2 teaspoons. Enjoy Paris! I plan to eat there as many times as possible during my10 days in London. could someone tell me if there is some classic middle east or arabic dish especially featuring the taste of sumac, that I could have encountered in restaurants ? Leave to steep for 10 minutes, to soften the fennel. )… Nature can be cruel sometimes. The man creates magic with salads and vegetables. Thanks for the tip. Sumac is delicious sprinkled on melon and allowed to be absorbed for a few minutes. If you can’t find sorrel, use spinach and a tablespoon and a half of lemon juice. I love sumac and am always looking for new ways to use it. Is there such a thing as too much halloumi? Sad how things have turned…). About Us. And coincidentally, I received sorrel in my first CSA delivery of the season a few days ago. Wow, this looks like a fantastic combination. 5. They can be bulked up into a punchy starter with the addition of some burrata or mozzarella, or serve for brunch alongside scrambled eggs. Is is all vegetarian? 22, rue du Grenier Saint-Lazare 75003 Paris +33 (0)1 42 72 31 22. this looks great! Turn the oven to its highest setting. Pour in the stock and 500ml cold water, bring to a boil and cook on a high heat for seven minutes, until the courgette is soft but still bright green. Eat these with good, country-style bread to mop up the oil. I find it adds a sour citrus note. One thing you might have trouble finding is sorrel. The texture is extra-interesting because the nubbly, round surface fries irregularly. I’d written him a fan letter, and after agreeing to a psychiatric evaluation, and a pass through a metal detector, he consented to have dinner with me. Although it’s a bit of a cliché, it’s true that you’d never miss the meat in any of these recipes. It’s really not that hard to get acquainted with folks at tourist destinations. Remove, pour over most of the remaining oil and the reserved fried aromatics, and leave to steep for 10 minutes. (For those in the states, I recommend Rancho Gordo beans.) Wonderful and funny post as always… Although I feel really sorry for you having to cancel your trip AND the dinner with Ottolenghi(! It is worth groveling for because it’s got a rather distinctive lemony taste, and I don’t use often enough. It’s a lesson I seem to keep repeating about paying attention to the stove. http://www.uni-graz.at/~katzer/engl/Rhus_cor.html. Like ground cumin and star anise, it’s one of those flavors that works well when it is just barely present. This is what coronation chicken would taste like if you swapped the chicken for cauliflower and boiled eggs. Preparation. I had the same reaction when I got my copy of Plenty, I wanted to bookmark almost every recipe. I saw David’s tweet about needing a hand on where to eat out. This sounds delicious and quirky. I have been positively obsessed with frying beans ever since Heidi at 101cookbooks.com introduced it to me! Once cooked, drain well and toss them in a bit of olive oil, which will prevent the skin of the beans from flaking, and bit of salt. Come to think of it, perhaps I’ll head back to the butcher and try my luck again at getting some beef fat and give them another go. In a small bowl, mix the yoghurt, mayo, remaining curry powder, half the chilli, half the cumin, the lemon juice and a quarter-teaspoon of salt. David, you’ve made me stray over to Amazon to make a purchase of Plenty…. Serves eight. I happily have just enough sumac leftover from another project to make this happen. DL to the rescue again! Once cool, peel the eggs, put them in a large bowl and break roughly into large chunks with the back of a fork. I still wonder what is the taste of this spice. Thanks for sharing. David let me know if you want me to bring you some Take-out on the 13th. After a few minutes, stir them a bit to flip them around, and continue to cook a few more minutes until they’re all nicely seared. In a large saute pan for which you have a lid, heat 85ml oil on a medium-high flame, then fry the onions with a quarter-teaspoon of salt for 12 minutes, stirring from time to time, so they don’t catch. Scanning the spice aisles, I found sumac alright. Sorrel rice with pecorino and egg yolk. Lemme get back to you about the dough/oseille/money thing. Violet: Yes, it is a mysterious sour-citrus note; that’s pretty right-on about its flavor. or even, dinner during the week sometime…. To serve, spoon into bowls and top with the feta and lemon zest. I ordered Sumac this morning from Penzey’s (been craving Fattoush…) I’ll have to try this out too! Wonderful use of sorrel, but, I’m curious–how did you manage to wilt the sorrel without its becoming an unappetizing army-green color? Yotam Ottolenghi’s tomato and bread salad with anchovies and capers: a simple and refreshing take on the classic panzanella. I love it when you say that you won’t miss meat … says ‘plenty’ about this moreish book which is already on my wish list! My once-potential friend Yotam gives substitutions for the sorrel: use spinach and double the lemon juice. Claire, sorry you just missed a talk/reading last night by Cara Black, a San Francisco author whose mystery novels are set in Paris. What did I do wrong? Scatter the coriander leaves and mustard seeds over the top, then pour over any oil and cooking juices left in the pan. Seems I NEED to have another cookbook because this recipe sounds delicious. Add additional water if necessary. Several days ago, I would have bet all my money that sumac was very difficult to find in france :D. Not that… See More I had so much money to lose but I’m glad I did not make that bet :D ! This recipe sounds so delicious, I immediately went to the dictionary to find out the German name for sumac to be able to look for it at Vienna’s Naschmarkt tomorrow morning. It might seem a bit much to … Thanks, Claire, Hi Claire: I put your question out on Twitter and asked folks for advice about where to go. I really enjoyed the flavor of these – but found them a bit dry – any suggestions? So, for those of you intrigued by pan-frying beans, try chickpeas! 75ml olive oil, plus extra to serve1 whole head garlic, cloves separated and peeled6 courgettes, cut into 3cm-thick slices Salt and black pepper1 litre vegetable stock500g frozen peas 50g basil leaves200g feta, broken into 1-2cm pieces Finely grated zest of 1 lemon. 300g long asparagus, woody ends removed and cut in half lengthways150g baby leeks, trimmed and cleaned300g french beans, trimmed105ml olive oil3 lemons, all zested, to get 1½ tbsp, and 1 cut into wedges, to serveSalt and black pepper65g sorrel, roughly torn10g parsley leaves1½ tsp Dijon mustard40g pecorino romano, finely shaved 15g pine nuts, lightly toasted. 1. Rather than baking the sorrel leaves into the … As a chef from Portland, OR I’m kind of bummed out about this. Using your hands, lift the salad on to a platter. Once hot, add enough beans so they’re spread out evenly in a single layer in the pan. I was in a similar situation of not knowing anyone and wanting to eat out when I first arrived in France for a two-year stay. Serves four as a side. Transfer to a large bowl to cool, discarding any water that may have collected in the tray, and repeat with the second tray. Cook gently for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally, until the garlic and anchovies soften when mashed with the back of a spoon. Best thing to do is keep alert and then reach out to food people, for example stopping in the local boulangerie during a slow moment and asking, just saying you need, you need this, and chances are they’ll get it and make a call to someone they know who might be able to show you around a bit.. That’s the best way to get right to the heart of the matter. Love this kind of dish and have a lonely little jar of sumac on the spice shelf that has been patiently waiting for a dish just like this one. Once the vegetables are cool, discard any water that may have collected in the bottom of their bowl, then add the salsa and toss to coat. Whisk together the olive oil, lemon juice, a quarter-teaspoon of salt and a good grind of black pepper, pour this over the fennel and toss so it’s all coated in the dressing. 500g seedless red grapes2½ tsp fennel seeds, crushed slightly2 tsp soft dark brown sugarFlaked sea salt and black pepper2 small fennel bulbs, cut lengthways into 3-4mm-thick slices (use a mandoline, ideally); fronds reserved60ml olive oil1 lemon, zest finely grated, to get 1 tsp, then juiced, to get 2 tbsp Finely grated zest of ½ orange½ tsp nigella seeds30g mint leaves, roughly torn50g shelled pistachios, lightly toasted and roughly chopped. Jan 10, 2020 - Explore Seydou's board "Sorrel recipe" on Pinterest. I think I might like to try this using fava (fried up in some extra virgin with garlic, shallot, and crushed red pepper), the last of the spring onions from the garden, and shavings of romano. There will be a fair bit of juice at the bottom of the bowl, but you don’t need all of it – luckily, your hands will act as a natural sieve. What a coincidence. :) Because many rely on caramelizing in a pan, oven-roasting, and using a generous hand with sometimes exotic spices for their satisying flavors. You remind me to make those florentines..I’m sure you’ll see them on my blog pretty soon ! 4. We’ve been growing more food in our tiny NOLA garden (30×30) and I’d planted red vein sorrel from an herb sale, just because it’s so beautiful; I’ve never cooked with it. Holiday Gift Idea! The picture of the pan fried beans is just perfect. If the oil does start to bubble too much, just take the pan off the heat until it cools down a little, then return to the stove. Kalustyan’s (Specialty Arabic Ingredients), How to Find Foods and Other Items I Mention On the Site, Ingredients for American Cooking in Paris, Plenty (Book Depository: International Shipping), Israeli Couscous with Butternut Squash & Preserved Lemons (Recipe), Tags: Arab Arabic bean cebette epicerie green onions haricot haricots Tarbais onion Rancho Gordo Sabah scallions Sepide sorrel sumac. I know we would love this dish. Adapted from “Plenty” by Yotam Ottolenghi (Chronicle Books) 3 cups sorrel leaves 1/2 cup Greek yogurt 1 garlic clove, crushed 3 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 teaspoon Dijon mustard Salt and pepper 1 1/4 pounds Swiss chard Note: I used clarified butter, but in retrospect, I think it’s better to use regular butter, salted or unsalted, which would help brown the white beans a darker color. Scatter the remaining grapes and pistachios over the top, sprinkle on a final half-teaspoon of salt and serve. I haven’t got the Ottolenghi cookbook nor have I ever eaten at Ottolenghis’. Bring a medium pan of water to a boil, then turn down the heat to medium-high, carefully lower in the eggs and boil gently for 10 minutes, until hard-boiled. I’m not sure how that concept crossed the Atlantic—or why we call money “dough”. Rue Montogoreiul is a great place, David posted about here. Do you think it would work with smaller shapes, or is it only good with the broad, flat varieties? I’m a HUGE fan of the first Ottolenghi cookbook, desserts and all, and yet have to ‘cook’ the book though I’ve made great headway. Sometimes in the winter I replace the sorrel with fried leeks, I’ve added spinach before as well since I can’t always get hold of sorrel (and my attempt at growing it failed miserably!). I’m so intrigued by this book! Add this to the eggs, then stir in the cauliflower, onion and three-quarters of the tarragon, until everything is well coated. Subscribe and receive David's free guide to the best pastry shops in Paris, sliced lengthwise into 3-inch (7 cm) batons, cut into 1-inch (2 cm) ribbons, plus a little extra for garnish, cut in very thin strips, such as chervil, dill, mint, or flat-leaf parsley. I once met a woman on the train to Giverny and we got to chatting and enjoyed each other’s company, so we made a date to go out to dinner together later. And delicious. I’ve never made it but now that I have the sumac, and your directions, I will! It is FABULOUS! I love that cookbook too. Usually when flipping through a new cookbook, I bookmark a few things that catch my eye. Can we say “David sent us”? I’ve just bought the Ottolenghi book too. Lovely! yotam ottolenghi does not give correct recipes in his books, especially the recipes for baked goods and cakes where exact amounts are crucial. Paris Gourmand, etc for free at those Paris Office de Tourism et des Congres. I’ve never been disappointed by my visits and, great for me, so much of what they do is vegetarian. Sini, I really recommend you do just that, my best friend sometimes works at the Almeida theatre which is just opposite the Islington branch of Ottolenghi, so when I see whatever play he’s working on I combine it with a trip to Ottolenghi (who I imagine get a lot of theatre-related business). Remove it from the fridge half an hour before … And thanks to you, David, for getting the word out. For those of you who can’t get sumac, you might want to try smoked paprika. Hi Claire — I saw David’s tweet, so here’s my 2 cents: Add sorrel, chervil, and chives to the melted butter. Which was a good thing I remembered, because right then I realized that was another ingredient I didn’t have at home. But this will have a much more interesting flavor palette. In addition to still not having learned to use a large enough pot for boiling beans, I’d also never thought of pan-frying beans, which is a technique that I’m going to remember for the future. I recently made an Ottolenghi recipe that my brother told me about (he had it in Singapore); well, it was great, and I was so happy to find that this Israeli chef is working side by side (and well from what I can tell) with a Palestinian chef, who is also his partner. And sorrel is pretty common in France, so I picked up a leafy bunch at the market. Put the first three ingredients and half a teaspoon of salt into a small saucepan on a low heat. We sprinkle it on chicken kabobs and when I ran out a few years ago, I discovered that Trader Joe’s no longer carried it and could not find it anywhere. I haven’t had so much fun reading about real life in France since A Year In Provence. Fry the remaining oil, rice and a teaspoon of salt in the same pan for a minute, stirring continuously, then add 500ml water and bring to a boil. -dl, Snap! I love food and sharing it with others. Warm Potato Salad with Sorrel Vinaigrette - Warm potato salad dressed in vinaigrette of chopped sorrel, olive oil, sweet onion, and white wine vinegar. Cook them, then a quick fry in olive oil, finished off with some cumin and sea salt. Along with beans and sorrel (some of my other favorites) I think I have a new recipe to go on the idea board. Can you give me any suggestions on where to find people in Paris who might want to dine with a nice married (but traveling alone) girl from Oregon? Once you’ve added the peas and basil to this, take it off the heat and blitz it straight away. Yotam Ottolenghi’s courgette, pea and basil soup: summer veg soup doesn’t get more summery than this. Nisrine: We were trying to decide if it was, indeed, Arabic, North African, or Provençal. and ask others in the business where they eat. See more ideas about sorrel recipe, recipes, sorrel soup. https://cnz.to/ingredients-fine-foods/50-things-to-do-with-fresh- Drain, refresh under cold water, drain again and put in a bowl. I like serving this as individual bowls, so … Sadly, while they were good, they felt heavy and perhaps greasy and didn’t have the texture you described. Add the coriander stalks and fry for a minute or two more, until the garlic is a light golden-brown and the chilli aromatic, then transfer the solids to a plate with a slotted spoon, to stop them cooking. Last month I made a lovely recipe that called for pan-fried beans. Next up is frying the beans: You’ll need to cook the beans in a single layer, so doing a rough calculation on depending on the size of your skillet, heat a portion of the butter and oil in the pan. Also, and you might think it as wild but helped was going to Disneyland Paris…it was a challenge to go on my own and I met really nice people, besides the food is delicious and there is wine available too. Heat the oil in a medium pan on a medium heat, then gently fry the chilli, garlic and ginger for five minutes, stirring every once in a while, until the garlic is just starting to brown. And I was surprised at how delicious they were. Any chance of you trying that recipe out for your loving readers? I recently received Ottolenghi’s first book- ‘The Cookbook” for a gift and I simply fell in love with the recipes, the reading and just the whole style. It’s normal to ‘adapt’ recipes when presenting them because I made some changes to it and because of rights issues: one can’t (and shouldn’t) simply reprint copyrighted material. I adore Ottolenghi’s first book, too, and will be after the new one. Add the courgettes, two teaspoons of salt and plenty of pepper, and fry for three minutes, stirring, until starting to brown. It is a digital cookbook and cooking guide alike, available on all platforms, that helps home cooks of every level discover, save and organize the world’s best recipes, while also helping them become better, more competent cooks. But his recipe for Fried Beans with Sorrel, Feta and Sumac recipe stuck out to me as it prompted memories of my mother, who roasted lima beans in melted beef fat, which made them extra-crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, like little oval frites. Saute the beans and avoid stirring too much so they brown and blister on the bottom side. If anyone is interested – http://bit.ly/9XVLWy, It’s not hard for me to imagine not having sumac…never even used the stuff. As Karla stated, LCB classes are a great idea and so are guided walking tours. Most major cities all over the world are so multicultural – it should not be difficult to find it. Finish with a good grind of black pepper and a final drizzle of oil. Get recipes and blog posts sent right to your Inbox! The French will often chop it into sauces, especially ones that are cream-based, to act as a counterpart to the richness of the sauce. Luckily, Penzey’s opened a store nearby. But after all those people writing and talking about how wonderful the restaurant and the cookbooks are I think I have to buy the book and go for a lunch to London :). They usually only eat very fresh food (and they know freshness!) A few places I would recommend, and have dined alone at each, are Mon Vieil Ami on Ile de St. Louis, Ze Kitchen Galerie in the 6th Of course, Mr. Lebovitz has many dining recs on this site, also. and cooking up a vegetarian feast at the end of may – this might be a great second course? Serves four as a side dish. (Similar to in English, where we say “Rolling in dough”.) Jun 20, 2014 - Explore Meyer Farms's board "Sorrel Recipes", followed by 105 people on Pinterest. I am completely obsessed with Ottolenghi, it’s become my favourite spot in London. For any of your readers who don’t have the book yet, I’ve had the fortune of receiving two, so am giving one away. Delicious. The next day, add a pinch of baking soda to the water (if you live in a hard water … You are without a doubt one of the wittiest writers in Blogland! There is one on Champs Elysées, the information they contain is just great. I was feeling for you re: the missed trip – bummer – and cracking up about the psychiatric evaluation, too funny! Reminds me of my favorite Italian-peasant cooking dish that my mom made when I was younger – Escarole & (White) Beans. Stir through half the roasted grapes, then spread out the salad on a large platter. Like his previous book, if I’d bookmarked all the recipes I wanted to try in his new book Plenty, my copy of the book would’ve been twice as large as it originally was. I did have to wait a few anxious days before tackling the recipe. Great dish with the beans. And funnily enough, I’m in the opposite situation to you – I’ve had a jar of sumac in my cupboard for ages (probably too long), and never remember to use it. :). I also keep a nice little jar of sumac ready for any delicious recipe like this. Hi Claire, I found myself in a similar place last year in Paris…it was August and what helped me a lot was attending Le Cordon Bleu demonstrations to be able to meet people that shared interests with me. 4 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed6 anchovy fillets in oil, drained and finely chopped 110ml olive oilFlaked sea salt100g sourdough bread, cut into 2cm-thick slices, lightly toasted and cut again into 4cm chunks500g ripe tomatoes, cut into rough 4cm chunks 1 lemon, zest finely grated, to get 1 tsp, then juiced, to get 2 tsp 1 tbsp capers, drained (or rinsed, if salted) and roughly chopped5g parsley leaves, finely chopped5g basil leaves, finely chopped1 tsp urfa chilli flakes (or ½ tsp if using a stronger chilli flake). Caramelise the onions properly: the missed trip – bummer – and cracking up about the thing... Kalyn: thanks for all of the Sumac… thanks for pan-fried beans ). Onions, lemon juice to cancel your trip and the mustard seeds, add a quarter-teaspoon salt. 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