Persiana



Persiana A celebration of the food and flavours from the regions near the Southern and Eastern shores of the Mediterranean Sea, with over 100 recipes for modern and accessible Middle Eastern dishes, including Lamb Sour Cherry Meatballs Chicken, Preserved Lemon Olive Tagine Blood Orange Radicchio Salad Persian Flatbread and Spiced Carrot, Pistachio Coconut Cake with Rosewater Cream. Read Persiana – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Persiana
  • Sabrina Ghayour
  • English
  • 12 October 2017
  • 184533910X

10 thoughts on “Persiana

  1. Kim says:

    I ve been familiar with traditional Iranian dishes for many years courtesy of a dear Iranian friend a wonderful cook with an encyclopedic knowledge of the food of her homeland I love eating and cooking Iranian food, from the snacks, through the meat, vegetable and rice dishes to the very sweet sweets Baghlava from Yazd is my favourite sweet thing to eat of all time its cardamomy goodness is perfect with a glass of black tea I have a large collection of Iranian cookbooks, but there s always I ve been familiar with traditional Iranian dishes for many years courtesy of a dear Iranian friend a wonderful cook with an encyclopedic knowledge of the food of her homeland I love eating and cooking Iranian food, from the snacks, through the meat, vegetable and rice dishes to the very sweet sweets Baghlava from Yazd is my favourite sweet thing to eat of all time its cardamomy goodness is perfect with a glass of black tea I have a large collection of Iranian cookbooks, but there s always room for oneand I was very happy to be given this one for Christmas Ghayour locates most of her recipes firmly in the Iranian tradition highly perfumed and spiced food, but not hot, with fresh herbs as an integral component and not just a garnish However, her influences extend beyond Iran to other areas of the Middle East and ...

  2. Julie Thomason says:

    I love Middle Eastern Food I discovered some recipes in Claudia Roden s Mediterranean cookery when living in Spain and wanted to experiment I make my own preserved lemons and harissa Cookery books are very much a fad these days and am often left frustrated by the few recipes that tempt me once I have bought a book. Nursing a horrid cold I have read this one from cover to cover, the recipes I don t want to try I could count on my fingers I loved the writer s philosophy on food in the introdu I love Middle Eastern Food I discovered some recipes ...

  3. Liz De Coster says:

    This cookbook does an excellent job of focusing on food preparations and spices from a specific region and highlighting them in different ways I m often wary of cookbooks that require a lot of spices outside of those that turnover often in the local supermarket but Persiana uses spices like saffron and fenugreek enough to justify a purchase, since you d likely to use them Similarly, there s a good emphasis on fundamental recipes such as rice and chicken, so the reader cook doesn t have to ju This cookbook does an excellent job of focusing on food preparations and spices from a specific region and highlighting them in different ways I m often wary of cookbooks that requi...

  4. Penny says:

    Christmas present from my son with an ulterior motive as he loves this sort of food The book is gorgeous and I ll be working my way through it I have a feeling that Sabrina Ghayour is a star in the making only a matter of time before the BBC snap her up for her own cookery series.

  5. Sabrina Barnett says:

    Okay, so I cook a lot, and I actually go through a lot of cookbooks, but I never review them on here because, I mean, A How often does one exactly read, or use, a cookbook cover to cover and B Who cares about what I m cooking But this book is so gorgeously photographed and laid out, its recipes so clearly written and delicious, so, in short, THA BOMB, that I ju...

  6. Sarah Clough says:

    I wouldn t normally say I d read a recipe book so not sure about adding it here, but I just wanted to review the book as it s so amazing Each dish sounds mouth watering, I plan to make them all, they include so many of my favourite ingredients and flavours pomegranate, pistachio, tamarind, spices I ve made a couple already with a numberplanned this week and none are that complicated to make Also, they seen pretty healthy most of the sauces are water based not oil I ve never used I wouldn t normally say I d read a recipe book so not sure about adding it here, but I just wanted to review the book as it s so amazing Each dish sounds mouth watering, I plan to make them all, they include so many of my favourite ingredients and flavours pomegranate, pistachio, tamarind, spices I ve made a couple already with a numberplanned this week and none are that complicated to make Also, they seen pretty healthy most of the sauces are...

  7. Mike Philpott says:

    I m told the lamb and sour cherry meatballs are wonderful But lots of good vegetarian recipes, too.

  8. Michelle says:

    This is great lovely, and DO ABLE

  9. Kelly says:

    I borrowed this book from the library, and after making only one of the recipes I knew it was a keeper It s everything a cookbook should be, beautiful, inspiring and achievable I have now purchased a copy and look forward to makingof these recipes and I can t wait to try Sabrina s other books, too.

  10. Katrina says:

    This book is filled with tempting pictures and recipes It included a couple of ingredients that I have not cooked with, which was a treat There were several eggplant recipes which I want to try as I am experimentwith this vegetable.

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