Ottolenghi (or better known by home-cooks as Ottolengthy) released his new cookbook, Simple, a few weeks ago and still keeps our Instagram feed very busy. Simple is such a subjective word that for some people running 10K for breakfast is simple. For us, it’s just a case of picking up a saucepan and throwing in one or two vegetables with a bit of clever spicing. It’s nothing too technical or challenging. We finally got around to trying two of the simplest looking recipes from Simple. We might have missed a few ingredients or simply just didn't have that rose harissa or amazing looking urfa chillies at home. But don't fear. These recipes are genius and work regardless! Here is our take on two SIMPLE recipes:
Better (and lighter) than an avocado-only guacamole and keeps in the fridge for a couple of days.
These two dishes were perfect for a light brunch and kept us going plantiful the entire day. If nice sweetness coming from roasted cauliflower and sensational combination of texture and flavours is your thing, buy a copy of Simple asap. For the real experience, book a lunch table at Rovi.