Ash-e reshteh sans reshteh

Some of you know that Ottolenghi: The Cookbook is my favorite cookbook. Written by an Israeli and a Palestinian who own/run a restaurant (now restaurants and I think now owned/run by only one of them) called Ottolenghi in London, it’s full of recipes that combine everyday ingredients like legumes, rice and onions with exciting ingredients like za’atar, sumac and pomegranate. It’s my go-to source when I’m craving Middle Eastern.
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