Monday, August 12, 2013

Nuts and Seeds!

Sometimes you feel like a NUT...    (or maybe a SEED!?!)
It's time to pick a Yotam Ottolenghi recipe that includes Nuts and Seeds of any kind.


So just go NUTS and don't be afraid if things get a little SEEDY!

Make and post your recipe by Sunday, August 18th!

Make sure it is a Yotam Ottolenghi recipe from online, one of his books . Don't forget to link your dish with a thumbnail image, below.  Please remember to leave a comment after linking so that we don't miss out on your dish


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If you didn't check out the entries for last week's Gorgeously Green theme, be sure to check out the links and see the fabulous dishes that were made. 

*** Don't forget to check out this month's Optional Monthly Community Recipe.  There is still time to join in! This month we're making Labneh, and you'll also find a round up of last month's delicious Harissa recipes.  This  is a great way to join in cooking one recipe as a group, to share your experiences and connect with other members of the group.  Do join us. ***

8 comments:

Zosia said...

I made yummy apple-carrot-pecan muffins from the book Ottolenghi.

Kim said...

This theme comes at a very good time for me. I'm obsessed with Ottolenghi's toasted and buttered pine nuts. Can't wait to use them in a recipe.

Susan Lindquist said...

I know I'm double dipping on this one with all that green AND added sesame seeds! It was good, folks! And Kim! I, too, love the pine nuts! Have you tried the pear crostini with goat cheese and pine nuts ? Glorious!

kitchen flavours said...

Almond Orange Florentine! These are so addictive, so good!

Kim said...

Susan - No, I haven't tried the pear crostini, but I will add it to my list :) I love all those ingredients so I'm sure it'd be a big hit.

Michelle said...

Aubergine & Parsley Pesto: I LOVED! The guys did not. They don't know anything. Getting ready for house guests this weekend...will visit everyone as soon as I can.

Deb in Hawaii said...

I took the seasoning ingredient list from the Rosemary Spiced Nuts sold online at Ottolenghi's website and used it to make Spiced Garam Masala & Rosemary Roasted Nuts. Fabulous!

Kim said...

I've been wanting to try the tahini cookies for a long time and finally got around to it. I'd definitely describe them as an adult cookie because they are very subtle and not very sweet at all. Very mild and pleasant though!