These savory grain-free pecorino popovers make a great addition to any brunch or dinner.
There’s something uniquely irresistible about a piping hot popover straight from the oven, with their crusty golden exteriors and soft, hollowed interiors. So light and airy, they are just begging to be torn open and smeared with a pat of butter or dipped in a steaming bowl of soup.
What makes them so lovely is how easy they are to prepare. I think that if more people knew just how simple they are to whip up there would be many more baskets of popovers served at meals.
This spring version of fattoush is a cool, tangy salad with lots of crunch.
Traditionally a handy vehicle for using up stale pita or flat bread, fattoush is most often a mix of lettuces with chunks of raw vegetables like tomatoes or cucumbers and a kicky vinaigrette. The beauty of fattoush is in its lively mix of flavors and textures.
There’s the crisp lettuce, the crunchy pieces of pita and the sour flavor of lemon juice and sumac to keep your palate happy with every forkful.