It was my second cookbook night last Thursday, and I was a little more prepared this time. I decided on the 'Bombay Roll Up' (hence the corny name) from the Rebar cookbook. Rebar is an apparently fantastic veggie restaurant in Victoria, which I've never actually been to as it was closed the one time I was there. So when I saw their cookbook, barely used for $7 at Bibliophile awhile back I snapped it up. This is actually the first thing I've made from it, but everything looks amazing. I especially like that there is a section all about basics such as pastries, stocks, tortillas, chutneys, etc. At first glance their recipes seem a little daunting, but I was pleasantly surprised at how simple this was! Simple and delicious, basically just warm tortillas (or chapati) filled with fresh veggies and a to die for hummus. The hummus was easily my favourite part, especially as it has cilantro, cashews, and coriander in it. It also calls for mint, which is not usually my favourite (except of course for mint coconut Crispy Cats, swoon) but it really made it good. If anyone wants the hummus recipe, drop me a line and I'll send it through!
Right, now I'm off to rip out my latest knitting project and start over. They're mittens, but apparently for giants hands so I might need to cast on a little fewer.
Enjoy your night!