Persiana: Recipes from the Middle East & Beyond (Hardback)Sabrina Ghayour (author)
A joyous feast of modern Middle Eastern cookery: this highly accessible, store-cupboard friendly collection will brighten any repertoire and is a joy for the armchair traveller as well as the home cook.
Best Cookbook of the Year - Observer Food Monthly Awards 2014
A celebration of the food and flavours from the regions near the Southern and Eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, with over 100 recipes for modern and accessible Middle Eastern dishes, including Lamb & Sour Cherry Meatballs; Chicken, Preserved Lemon & Olive Tagine; Blood Orange & Radicchio Salad; Persian Flatbread; and Spiced Carrot, Pistachio & Coconut Cake with Rosewater Cream.
Persiana is a must-have cookbook, an instant classic.
Publisher: Octopus Publishing Group
Number of pages: 240
Weight: 1009 g
Dimensions: 248 x 194 x 28 mm
Sabrina Ghayour is a phenomenal Persian chef. -- Gizzi Erskine
Sabrina cooks the kind of food I love to eat: lots of flavours distilled out of love and generosity. In this book Sabrina demystifies the use of spices. The Eastern promise is definitely delivered in her book and it will have a place on the shelves of my kitchen. -- Bruno Loubet
This is Ottolenghi with rocket fuel -- William Sitwell * The Times *
Loving Persiana. -- Nigella Lawson
The Golden Girl -- Shahesta Shaitly * Observer Food Monthly *
Completely dispels any notion that this style of cooking is long-winded and intimidating...brilliant for the novice, the time-poor and even the seasoned cook. -- Eve O'Sullivan * Guardian *
Will have you salivating with Pavlovian gusto on page after page. * Independent *
Worthy of becoming a kitchen shelf staple. * Food & Travel *
This book will delight fans of Ottolenghi-style food. * Waitrose Kitchen *
Tehran-born Ghayour can help you load your table with incredible feasts. * Sunday Times Travel Magazine *
Ghayour brings authentic recipes up to date using a handful of simple, easily acquired ingredients. * Weight Watchers *
"This wonderful Persian-born chef is a master of the Middle East and her book is sumptuous, thrilling, learned and downright brilliant. * Mail on Sunday *
Unlike other Middle Eastern cookbooks, this one is easy to decipher, packed with lots of flavour and recipes are surprisingly easy to pull off. * Huffington Post *
Ghayour helps the reader realise that the back of the store cupboard could be a magical haven for flavour... her love for each dish, whether it is steeped in Persian heritage or created in her own kitchen, shines through. You'll never look at a kebab in the same way again. -- Charlotte Jones * Glam UK *
A gorgeously produced ode to richly spiced, exotic food from the Middle East and beyond. * A Little Bird *
The latest doyenne of Persian food... there's a dashing Ghayour stamp on classic combos - think Persian saffron chicken or ras-el hanout chicken wraps. -- Chloe Scott * Metro *
Persiana stands alone as a brilliant work of creativity... a captivating work. * John and Sally McKenna's Guides *
Sabrina... is on a mission to make the flavours of the Middle East accessible. -- Sally Hughes * BBC Good Food *
The loveliest cookbook I've seen in a very long time. * Daily Mail (Ireland) *
The most exciting debut cookbook of the year. * Sunday Telegraph Stella *
The most appetising book. I want to eat every page of it. -- Pierre Koffman
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Ignore the other comments. Many of the recipes are superb, I have made most of them.
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