Ottolenghi meatballs recipes

Lamb Meatballs with Feta

Lamb Meatballs with Feta

Breadcrumbs, Canape, Cheese, Cinnamon, Coriander, Couscous, Creme fraiche, Cumin, Fennel seeds, Feta, Flatbread, Garlic, Harissa, Hummus, Lamb, Lemon zest, Meatballs, Milk, Mint, Nutmeg, Olive Oil, Oregano, Pasta, Pistachios, Pomegranate Molasses, Red Onions, Red Pepper, Smoked Paprika, Spring Onions, Tomato sauce, Yogurt, Yotam Ottolenghi
Restaurant Review: Ottolenghi, Islington

Restaurant Review: Ottolenghi, Islington

But - and here's the thing - we paid over eighty-odd quid for quiche, meatballs, salad and some cake, all of which I can do at home to a not dissimilar standard, and some of which I already have
Beef and Lamb Kabobs

Beef and Lamb Kabobs

A dear friend gifted me Ottolenghi’s book, Jerusalem recently. Chipotle Chili con Carne with HominyGrilled Lamb and Beef Koobideh Kebabs with Saffron ButterAlmond Couscous with PomegranateRas el Hanout Spice BlendEasy Thai Yellow Curry PasteBaked Swedish Meatballs
my favourite cookbooks of 2015

my favourite cookbooks of 2015

wonderful seed-and-lentil-packed meatballs, creamy yghurt dressings and wonderful ragus. Jamie, Nigel and Nigella have all got new books out in 2015, Ottolenghi brought out another volume and Bake Off continued to inspire a clutch of recipes
In My Kitchen July 2014

In My Kitchen July 2014

I recently made Ottolenghi’s Meatballs with Broad Beans, but used the entire bean – pod and all as they were so young and tender
Manakish Za’atar Lebanese Flatbread Recipe

Manakish Za’atar Lebanese Flatbread Recipe

” Yotam Ottolenghi. On the menu was a fantastic spread of delicious Lebanese mezze from homemade labneh and tabbouleh to baba ghanoush followed by a main course of lamb meatballs in a spinach and yoghurt sauce
Open Kibbeh

Open Kibbeh

The other day I wrote about one of the books I received as a Christmas present - "Jerusalem", by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi
Lamb kofte with lentils and squash

Lamb kofte with lentils and squash

One of my favourite chefs (and these days a prolific author of cookbooks) is the great Yotam Ottolenghi, whose work never ceases to inspire me
November 2016 Favourites List

November 2016 Favourites List

Ottolenghi. Chicken meatballs with molokhia, garlic and coriander. Ottolenghi. Ottolenghi. It seems like. only days since I compiled last month’s Favourites List
Jerusalem @ the Borough Market Cookbook Club

Jerusalem @ the Borough Market Cookbook Club

The book for November was Jerusalem, a cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi. We tasted our way through many amazing dishes including open kibbeh, Maqluba (a layered dish of rice chicken and vegetables), lemon leek meatballs, and roasted sweet potatoes and figs to name but a few
More Ottolenghi

More Ottolenghi

Explorer to cook for me these meatballs. recent themes (relevant to this blog) in my life have been Ottolenghi and
Jerusalem, and lamb meatballs with quince

Jerusalem, and lamb meatballs with quince

I’m very late in joining the Yotam Ottolenghi bandwagon, having been vaguely aware of his Guardian columns, cookbooks and beautiful, vegetable-driven cafes for years without feeling any particular interest in exploring further