This week we're going mad for Ottolenghi Mezze. Mezze can be a single appetiser, or a whole spread of appetisers or small plates, and such dishes lie at the very heart of Middle Eastern food. Popular mezze include hummus, baba ghanoush (a burnt aubergine puree), tabouleh and much more.
Whether you feel inclined to share just one mezze dish, or go all out and make a feast of it, you'll be sure to love this week's Mezze Madness. Choose a Yotam Ottolenghi dish (or several of them) from any one of his books, or online sources, and post your Mezze Madness recipe(s) by Sunday 4 August.
Don't forget to link your dish, as well as a thumbnail image, below. Please remember to leave a comment after you link so that we don't miss out on your dish.
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If you missed our Eggscellent theme last week, be sure to check out the links and get a taste of all the amazing "eggy goodness" everyone shared.
*** Don't forget to check out this month's Optional Monthly Community Recipe. This month we're making Harissa, and you'll also find a round up of last month's delicious Hummus recipes. You still have a few days (until 31 July) to submit your entries - just link them at the end of this post. 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, and come back on 1 August for a round-up of all the Harissa posts and discover what we're doing for next month's community recipe. ***