Our Favourite Mediterranean Cookbooks
These Mediterranean cookbooks are filled with mouthwatering recipes and healthy cooking tips
This beginner-friendly cookbook lays the groundwork of the Mediterranean diet with accompanying recipes. The chapter on whole grains features how to make your own pita, while the benefits of olive oil play up nicely next to a recipe for herb-marinated olives.
With an ingredient-focused approach, Abood revisits the flavours of her childhood via 100 recipes, exploring her Lebanese heritage through traditional cuisine. Recipes like Avocado Tabbouleh in Little Gems and Pomegranate Rose Sorbet are more than enough to enlighten your taste buds.
For foodie inspiration
Jerusalem: A Cookbook by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi
Two of England’s best chefs take a look back at their home country (both Ottolenghi and Tamimi were born in Jerusalem the same year) and the foods and flavours that continue to inspire them. With more than 120 recipes, there’s a lot of cooking to be done. Try the Chargrilled Squash with Labneh and Pickled Walnut Salsa.