Having quite a few recipe books, I often find that I flick through a book and there are one or two recipes that take my fancy. This book is the first in a long time that has really made me excited about cooking.
There are an array of recipes that take my fancy. From lamb kibbeh to tahini banoffee sundae, there are so many easy recipes that are pictured looking delicious.
I don't like to review a recipe book without trying at least one of the recipes. As our house is packed full of moving boxes I decided to try an easy one and made myself a portion of chili and coriander fried potatoes. The flavours were amazing. It was simple to make and whilst I had to use dried chili as I was out of fresh, I can imagine it tasted even better when followed to the book.
I like the fact that many of the recipes have tips with them to provide a little extra guidance or ideas of how long it will keep.
I have to admit that last week I knew absolutely nothing about Jewish food, but I am now excited about trying some more recipes.
I am excited to be able to offer one of my readers a copy of the book in a giveaway. Just complete the Gleam entry below. Good Luck!
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