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Chewsday Cook-Along!

Fatma Al-Baiti, Yemeni food, chewsday cook along, poplar union, live cook along, Instagram live, meet me at Fatma's
Fatma Al-Baiti, Yemeni food, chewsday cook along, poplar union, live cook along, Instagram live, meet me at Fatma's

Join us for our monthly cook-alongs where we welcome a variety of guests from home-cooking keen-beans to professional chefs and bakers to share their cooking tips and favourite dishes. Cook-along with our host on IGTV. This is a minimum pressure, maximum taste environment to get you making and tasting something new and delicious!

COMING UP!

Tuesday 6 October | 6pm | IGTV

Making the most of your leftovers with Fatma Al-Baiti

Fatma Al-Baiti, Yemeni food, chewsday cook along, poplar union, live cook along, Instagram live, meet me at Fatma's

Fatma Al-Baiti is a Yemeni entrepreneur and content creator based in London. Beginning as a food blogger, Fatma would head to the streets of Sanaa and provide reviews of the restaurants. After leaving Yemen she continued her passion for food by reviewing foods on the streets of London. However she felt that London was missing Yemeni food which led her to set up her pop-up restaurant ‘Meet me at Fatmas’. ‘Meet me at Fatmas’ has seen 4 pop-ups and collaborated with businesses like Ben & Jerry’s UK, ISHKAR and Dinner Ladies.

Instagram | Meet Me At Fatma’s

Full list of ingredients of dish to be announced!


Tuesday 3 November | 6pm | IGTV

Aviyal with Tiji’s Kitchen

Tiji’s Kitchen is a cooking channel run by Anugraha Das focusing on South Indian dishes.

In this cook along, she’ll be explaining how to make the vegetarian dish, Aviyal, a traditional dish of Kerala (South India).

Instagram | YouTube

Full list of ingredients of dish to be announced!


Tuesday 1 December | 6pm | IGTV

Pumpkin and field greens pie with Ruth Quinlan

Ruth Quinlan, chewsday cook along, Poplar Union, East London, cook along, Instagram live, e5 bakehouse, Syrian supper club, chef, female chef,

Ruth is a chef and writer and has fed everyone from prime ministers to pop stars. She started at the Eagle, compiling their book Big Flavours and Rough Edges, and was head chef at the Bermondsey Kitchen and e5 Bakehouse. She has also toured the world as a travelling chef and once toyed with becoming a tattooist in Ibiza – for our sake and yours, we’re delighted she chose the wooden spoon and not the needle – the food she produces has a beautiful balance of flavour, colour and beauty. She has been cooking for Syrian Suppers since 2014.

Website | Syrian Supper Club | Instagram 

Full list of ingredients of dish to be announced!



PREVIOUS COOK-ALONGS

Vegan Banana Bread with Simply Jennii Bakes

In our first session, baker, business owner and manager at e5 Roasthouse, Jen Blades, teaches you how to make the reigning queen of lockdown bakes- a vegan banana bread! This easy-to-follow recipe is a great way to use up those browning bananas for a guilt-free treat or a tasty breakfast, perfectly topped with peanut butter or jam.

For this bake, you will need:

1 cup (200g) brown sugar
1/2 cup (100g) coconut oil, melted
2 flax eggs* How to make flax eggs: (mix 2 tablespoons of ground flaxseeds and 6 tablespoons water in a small bowl. Put in the fridge for at least 45 mins then you have your flax eggs)
2 mashed bananas very ripe bananas – with black skin if possible
¼ cup almond milk or any other vegan milk (including oat or soy milk)
2 teaspoons vanilla extract or paste
10 ounces (284g) plain flour
2 teaspoons baking powder
optional: cinnamon, 1/2 cup chocolate chips and/or 1/2 cup nuts


Malay Roti with Sabrina Richmond

(originating from the Cape Malay heritage of South Africa)

Learn to make delicious rotis with playwright and storyteller, Sabrina Richmond, and hear her stories of learning to cook as a young girl growing up in South Africa.

Makes 7-8 rotis
Time needed: 1h 30 resting excluding frying time

INGREDIENTS

750 ml plain flour
100 ml self-raising flour
5ml salt
45 ml sunflower oil
250 ml cold water
extra flour for; extra kneading and dusting extra oil for spreading and frying

METHOD

Combine flour, self-raising flour and salt in a bowl
Add oil, rubbing it into flour to form a crumbly mixture
Add water and mix to a soft dough Knead, adding extra flour to make an even textured, pliable dough
Leave to rest for 30 minutes, covered

Then divide dough into 7-8 pieces
Roll each out into on a lightly floured surfaced into a circle about 20cm in diameter
Place some oil on it
Roll and stretch into thick ropes of dough
Roll up both ends, one side clockwise, the other anti-clockwise
The fold one half on top of the other
*Rotis may be frozen at this stage interleaved with clingfilm for e.g.
If cooking right away allow rest for 1 hour, covered
When ready roll out on a lightly floured surface to circles of about 20cm in diameter
Heat a heavy based frying pan
Fry rotis one at a time, turning one at a time, brushing with oil
Fry until golden brown and lightly speckled

Serve hot

Taken from The Cape Malay Cookbook by Faldela Williams


Vegan Frittata with e5 Roasthouse’s Hannah Gledhill:

Chickpea frittata with tomato and rosemary, warm courgette and mint salad with red pepper sauce (gluten free / vegan)

Cook-along with e5 Roasthouse chef, Hannah Gledhill, who will be showing you how to whip up a delicious meal using seasonal produce. Easy on the wallet and the planet!

INGREDIENTS

Frittatta

330 g (12 oz) chickpea flour (soaked over night in 850ml (4 cup) water at room temperature with lid on.
80 ml (1/3 cup) olive oil (extra-virgin)
Leaves of 1 sprig of rosemary, chopped
Salt
Freshly ground pepper
2 tomatoes

Syrian courgette and mint salad

2 courgettes
3 cloves garlic
1 tbsp dried mint
3 tbsp olive oil
Salt and pepper

Red pepper sauce

3-4 red peppers
1 large aubergine
4 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
¼ cup tomato paste
2 garlic clove, minced
1 tsp Morton kosher salt
1tsp cumin
1/2 tsp red pepper flakes/ or chilli
1 tbsp vinegar (red or cider)
1 tbsp sugar
4 fresh tomatoes or ¾ cup canned whole tomatoes with juice
2 tbsp lightly packed fresh parsley leaves, chopped


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