Type: Pairing

May 7, 2021

Super-soft courgettes with harissa and lemon

Courgettes aren’t strictly speaking controversial, but they do tend to get a pretty lukewarm reaction from many, including, regrettably, two of our…

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Spicy berbere ratatouille with coconut salsa ratatouille

If you can get hold of injera (a fermented flatbread used in Ethiopia and Eritrea to scoop up food) do serve it…

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Portobello steaks and butter bean mash

We’re not mad about calling vegetables a ‘steak’ or ‘burger’ or ‘schnitzel’, because it feels like you are trying to pass them…

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Cucumber, za’atar and chopped lemon salad

This salad makes a seriously crisp and refreshing impact, thanks to all the lemon that goes into it: juice, flesh and skin….

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Mashed sweet potatoes with yoghurt and lime

If you, or your taste buds, are feeling a bit sleepy, this mash will definitely shake things up for you. It’s got…

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Chaat masala potatoes with yoghurt and tamarind

This dish is inspired by aloo chaat, an Indian street food that has many regional variations, all of which are not for…

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Cabbage with ginger cream and numbing oil

Yotam and Ixta share a love for the unassuming (but downright brilliant) Xi’an Impression restaurant in north London. Highlights there include cold…

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Saffron tagliatelle

This pasta first came about because of the saffron tagliatelle with ricotta and crispy chipotle shallots recipe. It is also delicious with…

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Saffron tagliatelle with ricotta and crispy chipotle shallots

You can use shop-bought fresh or dried pasta here, or make your own saffron tagliatelle. Either way, there is so much going…

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