Saturday September 19, 2020

Chef’s Table: A trio of treats from Ottolenghi

The famed chef is expanding the scope of his vegetarian vision with a new cookbook from which these three recipes are taken

6th September, 2020
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Yotam Ottolenghi and his long-term collaborator Ixta Belfrage who co-wrote the latest cookbook Flavour. Photo: Jonathan Lovekin

“I want drama in the mouth.” This is the self-declared philosophy of Israeli-English chef, restaurateur and television presenter Yotam Ottolenghi, a man who passionately believes that vegetarians are entitled to eat as well as anyone else.

“I found it appealing, the idea of celebrating vegetables or pulses without making them taste like meat, or as complements to meat, but to be what they are,” he once told an interviewer. “It does no favour...

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