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For a typical chopped salad, try the Spiced chickpeas and fresh vegetable salad page 56 , omitting the sugar and the chickpeas.

If using yogurt and milk, start at least 3 hours and up to a day in advance by placing both in a bowl. Whisk well and leave in a cool place or in the fridge until bubbles form on the surface. What you get is a kind of homemade buttermilk, but less sour. Tear the bread into bite-size pieces and place in a large mixing bowl. Add your fermented yogurt mixture or commercial buttermilk, followed by the rest of the ingredients, mix well, and leave for 10 minutes for all the flavors to combine.

Spoon the fattoush into serving bowls, drizzle with some olive oil, and garnish generously with sumac. While the Chinese have definitely influenced Southeast Asian cuisine greatly, bear in mind that there are further nuances to this.

China is a large country containing many different cultures, and immigrants from each region have influenced the cuisine in their new homes in quite different ways. But in Southeast Asia, you will also find Teochew, Hokkien, Hakka and Hainanese Chinese, each of these communities bringing quite different tastes to the table.

The Teochews, in particular, are known for their light steamed dishes, soy sauce braises, and use of pickled vegetables. Traditional recipes are very often adapted to include typically Southeast Asian ingredients, for instance, galangal and spices are thrown into a classic Chinese soy sauce braise to make Teochew braised duck see here.

All these lines get more blurred as the people from each culture move, mingle, and exchange knowledge with one another. In fact, whole new cultures can sometimes be born, complete with their own unique set of customs and cuisine. You will see Peranakanese or Nyonya food mentioned a lot in this book. Nyonyas are the women in a Peranakan household, descendants of Chinese immigrant traders who married the local Malays in the old British-run Straits Settlements of Singapore, Penang and Malacca Malaysia.

Peranakan cooking combines the fragrant spices and herbs of the Malays with decidedly Chinese ingredients, giving rise to some pretty fantastic results, such as babi assam tamarind pork belly, see here. There are plenty of unique variations on the chopped salad but one of the most popular is Fattoush, an Arab salad that uses grilled or fried leftover pita.

Other possible additions include peppers, radishes, lettuce, chilli, mint, parsley, coriander, allspice, cinnamon and sumac. Each cook, each family, each community has their own variation.

A small bone of contention is the size of the dice. Some advocate the tiniest of pieces, only a few millimetres thick, others like them coarser, up to 2cm thick. The one thing that there is no arguing over is that the key lies in the quality of the vegetables.

They must be fresh, ripe and flavoursome, with many hours in the sun behind them.

Diana Henry (food writer)

This fabulous salad is probably Samis mothers creation; Sami cant recall anyone else in the neighbourhood making it. She called it fattoush, which is only true to the effect that it includes chopped vegetables and bread, but she added a kind of homemade buttermilk and didnt fry her bread, which makes it terribly comforting and soothing but very far from a real fattoush.

Arab salad, chopped salad, Israeli saladwhatever you choose to call it, there is no escaping it. Wherever you go in the city, at any time of the day, a Jerusalemite is most likely to have a plate of freshly chopped vegetablestomato, cucumber, and onion, dressed with olive oil and lemon juiceserved next to whatever else they are having.

Its a local affliction, quite seriously. There are plenty of unique variations on the chopped salad but one of the most popular is fattoush, an Arab salad that uses grilled or fried leftover pita.

Other possible additions include peppers, radishes, lettuce, chile, mint, parsley, cilantro, allspice, cinnamon, and sumac.

They must be fresh, ripe, and flavorsome, with many hours in the sun behind them. This fabulous salad is probably Samis mothers creation; Sami cant recall anyone else in the neighborhood making it. She called it fattoush, which is only true to the extent that it includes chopped vegetables and bread.

She added a kind of homemade buttermilk and didnt fry her bread, which makes it terribly comforting. Try to get small cucumbers for this as for any other fresh salad.

They are worlds apart from the large ones we normally get in most supermarkets. You can skip the fermentation stage and use only buttermilk instead of the combination of milk and yogurt. For a typical chopped salad, try the Spiced chickpeas and fresh vegetable salad page 56 , omitting the sugar and the chickpeas. If using yogurt and milk, start at least 3 hours and up to a day in advance by placing both in a bowl.

Whisk well and leave in a cool place or in the fridge until bubbles form on the surface. What you get is a kind of homemade buttermilk, but less sour. Tear the bread into bite-size pieces and place in a large mixing bowl. Add your fermented yogurt mixture or commercial buttermilk, followed by the rest of the ingredients, mix well, and leave for 10 minutes for all the flavors to combine.

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Spoon the fattoush into serving bowls, drizzle with some olive oil, and garnish generously with sumac. The name is a distortion of the Italian name of this sunflower tuber, which has an artichokelike flavor.

From girasole articiocco to Jerusalem artichoke. The combination of saffron and whole lemon slices not only makes for a beautiful-looking dish but also goes exceptionally well with the nutty earthiness of the artichokes. This is easy to prepare. You just need to plan ahead and leave it to marinate properly.

Serve it with Mejadra page Put the Jerusalem artichokes in a medium saucepan, cover with plenty of water, and add half the lemon juice. Bring to a boil, lower the heat, and simmer for 10 to 20 minutes, until tender but not soft. Drain and leave to cool.

Place the Jerusalem artichokes and all the remaining ingredients, excluding the remaining lemon juice and half of the tarragon, in a large mixing bowl and use your hands to mix everything together well. Cover and leave to marinate in the fridge overnight, or for at least 2 hours.

Arrange the chicken pieces, skin side up, in the center of a roasting pan and spread the remaining ingredients around the chicken. Roast for 30 minutes.This fabulous salad is probably Samis mothers creation; Sami cant recall anyone else in the neighborhood making it.

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Peranakan cooking combines the fragrant spices and herbs of the Malays with decidedly Chinese ingredients, giving rise to some pretty fantastic results, such as babi assam tamarind pork belly, see here. Remove from the oven and add the reserved tarragon and lemon juice. The Teochews, in particular, are known for their light steamed dishes, soy sauce braises, and use of pickled vegetables.

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Do note that these are broad categories; you will of course find some dishes with quite contrasting flavours to the rest of the cuisine. Once the cookies are out of the oven, allow to cool for only 5 minutes, and then transfer to a wire rack. Add your fermented yogurt mixture or commercial buttermilk, followed by the rest of the ingredients, mix well, and leave for 10 minutes for all the flavors to combine.

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