It seems we’ve gone a bit Savoury-centric again on TidyMunch lately, so I thought I’d shake it up a bit with another tasty dessert!
This one came together from a combination of different recipes, as I particularly wanted to combine the flavours of lemon and elderflower for a certain somebody who’s a big fan of both, but I couldn’t find a single one that incorporated the two together.
It’s fairly straight-forward, and definitely passes the taste test, so get your cook on!
This one’s a treasure! It looks like a bit of a faff, but didn’t feel so in the doing!
I found this in Honey & Co. Food From the Middle East by Sarit Packer & Itamar Srulovich. Another beautiful-looking cookbook with some fascinating recipes. I found it somewhat mesmerising to read the introduction and the first few pages of recipes – personal experience of their life together and early days of launching their own restaurant are weaved around and throughout the recipes to create a narrative that reads almost like fiction. No matter how many of the recipes I get around to trying, I’ve a feeling I’ll read the book cover to cover, which I don’t think can be said for many cookbooks!
Back to the recipe itself, this is almost a straight take on it. I’ve suggested some tweaks later as I always do, but the version presented here is fairly true. It is indeed sweet, sour and spicy. It’s also very filling and satisfying. So go go go!