A tea to take you back to Bali
The combination of strong ginger and lemongrass is quintessential Bali. This is a tea that still features often at our place. Not only is it such a peaceful tea, engendering bliss and well being, it is great for the appetite and digestive system.
Similar Teas include Tulsi, Mint and Lemon Verbena Tea, Cumin, Coriander and Fennel Tea, Unusual Herbal Teas, Longan and Young Ginger Tea, and Ginger and Tulsi Tea. Try Balinese Sambal Iris also.
You might like our other Tea recipes here. Or browse our other Balinese recipes here. Explore our Late Summer dishes too.
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Another Ottolenghi Classic.
One of our xmas lunch dishes came straight from Yotham Ottolenghi. Let’s be clear – most years we cook at least one dish from Yotham’s repertoire. Last year it was Potato Tartin. This year it was sweet potato wedges. They are surprisingly good.
The creme fraiche dressing was a bit heavy, I thought. Next time I might replace the creme fraiche with some thick yoghurt. Otherwise, the recipe was cooked mostly as detailed in Yotham’s book Plenty.
Have you also tried Potato and Sweet Potato Vindaloo or Madras Curry with Sweet Potato, Eggplant and Spinach? Also try Chilli Soy Sauce.
Browse all of Ottolenghi dishes here, and all of our Sweet Potato recipes here and here.
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