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Broccolini and sweet sesame salad from Plenty (page 94) by Yotam Ottolenghi

  • sesame seeds
  • broccolini
  • coriander leaves
  • honey
  • mangetout
  • nigella seeds
  • groundnut oil
  • tahini
  • apple cider vinegar
  • French beans (haricots verts)
  • mirin
  • tamari sauce

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  • KarinaFrancis on September 26, 2017

    Loved it! I felt healthy and virtuous with every bite. Easy to make on a weeknight and its really delicious too. I added some roast chicken to make it a meal. Totally agree with the previous reviewer who suggested asparagus would be nice too, I think this will be on high rotation over summer

  • clcorbi on May 18, 2017

    I didn't end up loving this salad as much as everyone else, but it was due to a serious user error--I used broccoli rabe rather than broccolini, and the bitter flavor just doesn't work well here. I'd be willing to give this another try with the correct veggie. I also think asparagus could be really nice here. I will note that the dressing turned out quite thick for me--I thinned it out with a bit of sesame oil, which was nice.

  • eliza on July 19, 2016

    I liked this salad and it's a great way to use beans and snow peas from the garden. The dressing is nice, however I do like my own tahini dressing better (adapted from The Cook's Garden book), so I will continue to make that dressing for this salad. I omitted the nigella seeds.

  • lajaxon on May 10, 2016

    Nice way to have a lot of tasty greens with a different and very flavorful sauce/dressing. I used less honey than suggested.

  • Yildiz100 on February 08, 2015

    I loved the texture, but he dressing was just a bit sweet for my taste.

  • oddkitchen on January 13, 2013

    Delectable. Addictive sweet/savory vegan dressing. Recipe is also on the Guardian site. Groundnut oil=peanut oil

  • michalow on January 04, 2013

    mangetout = snow pea

  • LouiseStaley on October 15, 2012

    This is truly spectacular. Tender crisp greens with a creamy dairy free dressing. This is definately a keeper.

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