Bazaar: Vibrant Vegetarian Recipes

Sabrina Ghayour’s aim in this colorful Middle Eastern cookbook is “to deliver as much flavor as possible using few ingredients.” While many of her recipes require a dozen or more ingredients, most are pantry items even the casual cook likely has in the cupboard, such as cinnamon, cumin, olive oil, flour or canned chickpeas. The complexities arise from each of Ghayour’s combinations, which as the title suggests, are as wide-ranging and enticing as a bazaar. Whether mixing a salad of smoked eggplant, pepper and walnut, charred corn and baby tomatoes, or making a rice-and-vegetable aash, this book’s creative variety should appeal to vegetarians and non-vegetarians alike.
 
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Bazaar: Vibrant Vegetarian Recipes

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