Yotam Ottolenghi has launched the Ottolenghi Test Kitchen channel onYouTube, where the Israeli-born British chef and author can be seen sharing recipes and techniques from his collection of cookbooks.
The channel opens with a series, What’s For Dinner, in which chefs Ottoleghni and Noor Murad will be sharing recipes from their Ottolenghi Test Kitchen cookbook OTK Shelf Love, a collection of rigorously tested recipes born out of the OTK team's shared experience during lockdown, where they posted their cooking to Instagram.
With good vibes aplenty, and some delicious food to be discovered, the public responded to OTK by posting in their thousands. Now the OTK team are taking the book's contents to the YouTube channel to show Ottolenghi’s adoring public what the rues are and how to break them.
Ottolenghi has a seemingly magic touch - everything the chef touches seems to turn to delicious. The chef is co-owner of six London delis and restaurants, and author of several best-selling cookbooks including Ottolenghi, Plenty, Jerusalem and SIMPLE. The OTKYouTube channel is certain to be a big success.
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