Recipes Pointed Cabbage, Nam Prik, Roast Potatoes, Soy Tahini 2 years ago 1 Comment Facebook Prev Article Next Article Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts New Recipe: Miso eggplant recipe | Gourmet Traveller admin March 23, 2022 New Recipe: ‘The Pioneer Woman’ Ree Drummond’s Chocolate Sheet Cake With Vanilla Bean Frosting Recipe Is a Family Favorite admin March 14, 2022 New Recipe: Local Eats: Greek food and ice cream are a recipe for success at Stoyanna’s near Jackson admin April 24, 2021 New Recipe: A new book that introduces kids to a taste of history admin April 7, 2021 Vegan Lemon Cake February 26, 2022 New Recipe: Paula Patton Reacts To Backlash Over Her Mom’s Fried Chicken Recipe admin April 7, 2022 About The Author More from this Author One Response tuppennyupright November 27, 2021 INGREDIENTS * 4cm piece fresh galangal (or ginger), peeled and roughly chopped * 1 garlic clove, peeled and roughly chopped * 1 tbsp fish sauce * 1½ tsp aleppo chilli flakes (or 1 tsp regular chilli flakes) * 1 tbsp tamarind paste * ¼ tbsp soft light brown sugar * 50g cherry tomatoes * 2 limes; 1 juiced, to get 1½ tbsp, the other cut into 6 wedges, to serve * 3½ tbsp vegetable oil * 2 pointed cabbages (aka sweetheart or hispi cabbage), quartered lengthways * Flaked sea salt *5g coriander, finely chopped * tahini, soy sauce * sesame seeds * potatoes METHOD 1. First make the nam prik. Put the galangal and garlic in the small bowl of a food processor and blitz. Add the fish sauce, chilli, tamarind, sugar, tomatoes and lime juice, blitz again, then tip into a small bowl and stir in a teaspoon and a half of the oil. 2. Cut the potatoes into cubes, and roast them in the oven or in a pan. Mix the sesame paste and soy sauce. Later, serve both with the cabbage. 3. Toss the cabbage quarters in the remaining oil and a teaspoon of salt, then lay them on a very hot barbecue or griddle pan, and grill for four to five minutes on each side (ie, 12-15 minutes in total), until it has clear grill marks all over, and has softened on the outside but still has a crunch. 4. Transfer to a platter, overlapping the cabbage quarters in places. Add the coriander to the nam prik, then spoon evenly over the cabbage pieces. Serve either warm or at room temperature, with the lime wedges. Based on Yotam Ottolenghi’s [recipe ](https://ottolenghi.co.uk/recipes/pointed-cabbage-with-nam-prik) Reply Add Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.