May 8th, 2012 Gluten-Free Green Onion and Spinach Pancakes topped with fenugreek butter and Arugula Salad with Hazelnut Vinaigrette posted by kaylie in Breakfast/Brunch & Product Reviews

savoury gluten-free green onion and spinach pancakes with spring arugula and hazelnut salad and housemade coconut yogurt - 2

This recipe was conceptualized by Yotem Ottolenghi in his cookbook “Plenty”, I made it vegan and gltuen-free for our april brunch. ┬áThe recipe I have is not exact therefore I am not going to put it up on our website. I strongly suggest picking up the cookbook “Plenty” and playing around with some of his recipes. The book is simple and does justice to the vegetables that he works with. Simple.

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  1. gunstreetgirl on May 8, 2012:

    that cookbook is incredible! I have yet to make much from it because the ingredients are often very specific, but there isn’t a thing in there I don’t want to try.

  2. Catherine Hay on January 10, 2013:

    Dang it! My husband bought me that cookbook for Christmas but I asked him to exchange it for one that is actually vegan. The cover recipe looked soooo good but was loaded with dairy so I rejected the whole book. I would still LOVE to have an approximate recipe for the pancakes and salad that you created here–it looks amazing.

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