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Sirocco: Fabulous Flavours from the East: The 2nd book from the bestselling author of Persiana, Feasts, Bazaar and Simply Hardcover – 3 May 2016
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An instant classic ― Observer Food Monthly
The most exciting debut cookbook of the year ― Sunday Telegraph Stella
A fantastic treasure trove of good food -- Raymond Blanc
Sumptuous, thrilling, learned and downright brilliant ― Mail on Sunday
The most appetizing book - I want to eat every page of it -- Pierre Koffmann
Sabrina cooks the kind of food I love to eat -- Bruno Loubet
Brilliant for the novice, the time-poor and even the seasoned cook ― Guardian
Will have you salivating with Pavlovian gusto on page after page ― Independent
This book will delight fans of Ottolenghi-style food ― Waitrose Kitchen
- ASIN : 178472047X
- Publisher : Mitchell Beazley; UK ed. edition (3 May 2016)
- Language : English
- Hardcover : 240 pages
- ISBN-10 : 9781784720476
- ISBN-13 : 978-1784720476
- Item Weight : 1 kg 20 g
- Dimensions : 19.6 x 2.8 x 25 cm
- Country of Origin : USA
- Generic Name : Book
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- #14,097 in Food, Drink & Entertaining (Books)
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Favourite recipes so far are the Georgian Chicken Stew and the stir fried Tangy Prawns - the style of recipes and flavours remind me of Ottolenghi, though without the endless lists of ingredients and specialities. Almost everything I've cooked from this has ingredients that I've been able to find in my local big supermarket.