twignme wrote: »
I also love Middle Eastern food and use Sabrina Ghayour’s ‘Persiana’ and Claudia Roden’s ‘Arabesque’ quite a lot. For vegetarian and pulses, I use ‘A Lebanese Feast‘ By Mona Hamadeh and one of my go to starters is always Ottolenghi’s muhammara. Looks like cold bolognese sauce but tastes divine!
tangy wrote: »
Comptoir Libanais by Tony Kitous & Dan Leppard (better known for his baking books, I think) for Lebanese.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Comptoir-Libanais-Tony-Kitous/dp/1848093934/Zaitoun Yasmin Khan for Palestinian.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Zaitoun-Recipes-Stories-Palestinian-Kitchen/dp/1408883848/Levant Anissa Helou, but I see from Amazon she has several more recent books.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Levant-Recipes-memories-Middle-East/dp/0007313438/
Of course, there's all the other Ottolenghi books which should keep you going for a while.
Honourable mention for Claudia Roden, but she's not for me.
Dial Hard wrote: »
She doesn't have a book (yet!) but Meliz Cooks is worth a follow on Instagram and YouTube. She makes amazing Turkish, Cypriot and Syrian food.
Don't browse while hungry though!
Edit: just realised my stupid autocorrect changed her name to Melissa.