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Jerusalem could be a good source of inspiration for chefs

Aubergines are luscious starter

Celebrity chef Yotam Ottolenghi has published a recipe book entitled Jerusalem - and this release is full of dishes inspired by the titular city he hails from.

Our resident expert Chef Steve says that researching the culinary traditions of other cultures is one of his key professional inspirations - and this chimes perfectly with Ottolenghi's recommendations.

In an article for the Guardian, he shared his recipe for chermoula aubergine with bulgar and yoghurt from the book.

He explained that: "Chermoula is a powerful North African paste that is brushed over fish and vegetables, giving them the perfumed aroma of preserved lemon mixed with heat and spice."

Indeed, his ingredients included the likes of coriander, cumin, mint and paprika - and Ottolenghi said this can make a sweet and salty vegetarian feast.

However, caterers could try something really adventurous and bring their own flavour pairings together to add a new twist to the meal.

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