130 accessible recipes that opens up a world of Middle Eastern flavours and ingredients for the contemporary home cook.
Full of flavour... generous... made for sharing.
Israeli-born chef Michael Rantissi has converted the brunching crowds from customary bacon and eggs to his sharing plates laden with falafel, labneh, spicy dukkah and pita bread warm from the oven.
Yet his reach extends much further than breakfast at his busy inner-city Sydney bistro. He makes the best of fresh ingredients to create mouthwatering meals: hearty slow-cooked braises, spicy burgers, spectacular fish dishes, plus an array of salads that will knock your socks off. To finish are delicious pastries, breads and syrup-laden cakes that turn a meal into a feast.
Falafel for Breakfast brings you 140 easy recipes that open up a world of Middle Eastern flavours for the home cook.
Michael Rantissi grew up in Tel Aviv and trained in Israel, Paris and New York. He moved to Sydney in 2005 where he worked at the iconic Bathers' Pavilion for a number of years before opening Kepos Street Kitchen in 2012. Kristy Frawley has worked in hospitality for many years, most recently at The Bathers' Pavilion.
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Long-listed Australian Book Industry Awards 2016 AU; Winner Gourmand World Cookbook Awards - Jewish Category (Australia) 2016 ES
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