Yotam Ottolenghi is an Israeli chef, food writer and the owner of London restaurant, Nopi. His previous book, Plenty
changed the way people eat, as it brought vegetables from the humble side dish to the main plate, and celebrated grains with the emphasis on flavour, original spicing and freshness.
Ottolenghi started a worldwide vegetable revolution with his previous cookbook, and so, he picks up where he left off with Plenty More
. With 150 delicious vegetable-based recipes, organised by cooking method – tossed, steamed, blanched, simmered, grilled, and many more – Ottolenghi proves to readers that the world is their oyster, only a vegetarian one.
In a world where meat and fish have always been the undisputed heroes in most homes and restaurant kitchens, Ottolenghi gives vegetables and grains the attention and affection they deserve with a banquet of exquisite recipes, including rice salad with nuts and sour cherries, smoky polenta chips, aubergine cheesecake, and ricotta fritters with orange and honey. Each recipe is accompanied with a beautiful, glossy photograph, so you have an idea of what the completed dish will look like - and to work up an appetite while you cook.
Become a part of the veggie-renaissance, with Plenty More
Plenty More features:
Written by Yotam Ottolenghi.
Hardcover – 352 pages.
Features 150 delicious vegetable-based recipes.
Glossy, full-colour photography throughout.
Red ribbon bookmark to ensure that you never lose your page.
- Book is organised by cooking method - tossed, steamed, blanched, simmered, braised, grilled, roasted, fried, masked, cracked, baked and sweetened.
Includes full index.
Dimensions: 20cm (w) x 28cm (h) x 3.5cm (d).