Roasted romanesco with herby mash, cheese, onions and pickled walnuts

Roasted romanesco with herby mash, cheese, onions and pickled walnuts

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I was wondering how I can compliment the beautiful romanesco broccoli I bought and I came up with this wonderful vegetarian recipe. This recipe took only 45 minutes to prepare. I thought of the plating up before starting cooking and, unlike me, I was sure how I wanted it to be before starting to cook. The dish is perfectly balanced and delicious, made using only a few

Vegetarian recipe of roasted romanesco broccoli with an herby mash, cheese strings, roasted onions and pickled walnuts

Ingredients for 2 servings:
– 3 medium potatoes
– 1 romanesco broccoli
– 2 small onions
– 2 pickled walnuts
– strings of Chilal cheese
– milk
– oil
– dried basil
– dried oregano
– salt

Start with the romanesco because it takes the longest to cook. Preheat the oven at 200C/180C fan. Wash the broccoli and cut the individual florets. The bigger florets must be cut in half so they cook in the same time as the rest.
In a freezer bag, put the florets, a couple of spoons of oil, salt, oregano and basil. Seal the bag and shake it until the broccoli is coated with oil. Tip the veggie in a baking tray and bake it.

While the romanesco is baking, peel the potatoes and boil them. Peel the small onions and cut them in half, coat them with a spoon of oil and salt and bake them for around 20 minutes. Crush the potatoes after they are boiled using a potato ricer. Add salt, milk and dried basil and mix.

Spread the mash potato on the plate, put the romanesco on top. Add a few strings of cheese. Put the onions on the plate and an walnut cut in half.

Vegetarian recipe of roasted romanesco broccoli with an herby mash, cheese strings, roasted onions and pickled walnuts

Vegetarian recipe of roasted romanesco broccoli with an herby mash, cheese strings, roasted onions and pickled walnuts

The recipe is simple, but it was delicious. I hope you’ve enjoyed it. If you would like to leave me a comment, I will appreciate it. I answer any question you might ask and if you have your own blog, leave me the link in the URL field and I will have a look. Thank you x

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