This sauce will...
This is a simplified version of a traditional Persian stew with all customary sweet and sour flavours, but assembled in minutes with larder staples. It works well with any firm white fish such as cod, hake or halibut. I like to lightly cure the fish for a few hours before cooking it in the sauce. This not only gives some...
I could happily eat just about any combination of fennel and citrus every single day of the week, forever. This dish ticks every box of flavour explosion with the elegant sweet undertones dressed with tang and delicate acidity. Not to mention that it’s almost too beautiful to eat........almost..........
A classic Milanese dish by Mitshel Ibrahim
INGREDIENTS FOR THE STOCK
Chicken wings 800 g
Water 6 l
Carrots 60 g
Celery 25 g
Golden onions 30 g
Parsley (stems only) 15 g
Coarse salt 18 g
Black peppercorns 8
The first recipe in this month’s guest chef series is Ombersley Mushrooms by Sam Ashton Booth @ashtonboothsam
- Small loaf of baked sourdough
- 300g firm VIP chestnut mushrooms
- 60g marmite
- 50g unsalted butter (cold)
- 200ml milk
- 1 tablespoon of cornflour
- 20 large leafs of...
A Turkish breakfast staple; tomatoes, peppers and onions scrambled with eggs, which are then topped with sour Tulum cheese.
"After spending a couple years working in Copenhagen, I returned to my family restaurant Mangal 2 in Dalston to help renovate and alter our concept with my brother Ferhat Dirik. We proceeded to serve Turkish food through the lens of London in...
"This cast iron cookie shows you don't have just to use your pans for savoury recipes. The cookie comes out with thick, crispy edges and a soft centre. The addition of the brown butter adds a pleasant nutty taste. Of course, you can always add a scoop of ice cream too." Tom Cenci @tomcenci
- 125g butter
- 170g brown...
"After spending a couple years working in Copenhagen, I returned to my family restaurant Mangal 2 in Dalston to help renovate and alter our concept with my brother Ferhat Dirik. We proceeded to serve Turkish food through the lens of London in July 2020 and thankfully it's been received with anticipation and excitement. Here are a few dishes you may find...
"This play on a classic Italian dish brings a lighter side to quite a carb-heavy recipe, the celeriac adds a nice earthiness, and it can also be gluten-free if you leave out the breadcrumbs." Tom Cenci @tomcenci
- 1 head of celeriac
- 200ml double cream
- 100ml white wine
- 1 shallot
- 1 clove...
"This dish is a winner on a cold day but is elevated with using beef cheeks which become super tender when slow-cooked. It's my favourite one-pot wonder to make, which is excellent if you don't like washing up and can also be made the day before you need it too, as reheats well." Tom Cenci @tomcenci
- 2 Beef...
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