Saturday, March 23, 2013

A dinner

A dinner
A dinner
A dinner
A dinner
A dinner
A dinner
A dinner

Thank you so much for your comments on my post about how much we like to cook.
Here are some photos of a night where we made some ottolenghi inspiried dishes for dinner.

#1 Hummus with coriander and matza
#2 The rest are
- steamed asparagus with olive oil and lemon juice, salt & pepper
- roasted carrots with all sorts of spices
- and Mejadra, an amazing dish with lots of spices, herbs, lentils and rise, fried onion and yoghurt on top (amazing, from Jerusalem/Ottolenghi)

Take time to make yourself a nice dinner



Anonymous said...

I have been making mejadra a lot too. My version has no spices, just deeply caramelised onions and plenty of salt. Good with fresh tomatoes and sumac sprinkled on top. What kind of spices did you use?

Yvonne said...
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WSAKE said...

can i please come over to dinner?
what´s that cook book i spy?!
those wonderful pictures make me almost long for fall - but no! this winter i taking too long, please come, spring!

Delphine said...

it makes me want to cook :)

rike said...

oh maria ich liebe deine essen-fotos. auch wenn sie mich stets mit dem appetit allein zurueck lassen ...

und eure toepfe und schalen! verraetst du mir woher die schale mit den blauen punkten stammt?

freundliche grueße in die ferne!

studio meez said...

It looks very yummy.

Trixi said...

Ooh das sieht wieder so gut aus. Deine Fotos und euer Essen harmonieren einfach ganz wundervoll. Ich verkneife mir schon die ganze Zeit, aus Sparsamkeitsgründen, das schöne Jerusalem Buch anzuschaffen. Aber ich glaube, ich komme nicht mehr lange drum rum :)

MANDY said...

Love that book ... I'm so making this

Sylee said...

Ah your carrots made me sigh with delight.

Nileta Kotsikou said...

looks yummy and healthy!

Mdmslle. said...

Looks amazing and really inspires me to spend some time in the kitchen this evening instead of watching tv! Have a nice week!

kleine Schwester said...

Love love love it ! Your pictures are so much inspiring. By the way I have the same green dotted bowl (1st picture) - a souvenir from lovely Italy.
Enjoy your day

jana said...

oh maria deine fotos von euren tollen essen!! hunger :)

schorlemädchen said...

@anonymous: we fried cinnamon and all-spice and sumac in the beginning and added coriander in the end. it was so delicious

meg said...

Your photos are just ridiculously pretty.