It’s gotta be naan bread hasn’t it? Can’t beat restaurant quality naan bread without a tandoori oven. Anyone get any onions on this matter?
No, think you’ve probably nailed it.
You and your Ottolenghi recipes, smh
Prefer the supermarket ones tbh. Restaurant ones are always greasy as hell.
had braised shallots w/root vegetable mash in a red wine jus (and otto’s lentils) last night.
Naan from a local independent owned shop are dead good though
How many times did you say “that’s shallot” while serving it?
no more than once
(should have been at least seven)
Once decided to make some batches of about three different Ottolenghi salads for a week’s worth of lunches. Took about 1,000 hours to chop everything up.
This place on Ridley Road market in Dalston is pretty good:
There’s a place in Walthamstow too that does them for like a quid
Will need to investigate this
Nonsense. Make a better lasagne at home than I’ve ever had at a restaurant