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  • Oyster Plant Root with Radish, Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette | myBites
    I used the green stem of a fresh garlic bulb Additionally I blanched all greens to prevent my pesto from turning brown For plating the dish I used a few purslane leaves as decoration which I sourced from the same organic farmer at the market Both the oyster plant root and the radishes were quite sweet so I balanced them with a slightly spicy ramson vinaigrette The vinaigrette also helped to brighten the flavors and balance the oil and the butter Instead of butter the vegetables can be prepared using vegetable oil e g rapeseed or sunflower oil as well The dish also works well as a side for grilled or confit char or trout Print Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Prep Time 30 minutes Cook Time 20 minutes Total Time 1 hour Yield 4 portions Ingredients 4 oyster plant roots 2 black spanish radishes 2 bunches radishes with greens 1 turnip with greens 1 green stem of a fresh garlic bulb 50 g sunflower seeds 3 4 tbsp fresh extra virgin olive oil 50 ml 3 tbsp good quality sunflower seed oil 1 tbsp white wine vinegar 20 ramson leaves small handful purslane freshly ground black pepper salt butter Instructions For the radish and turnip leaf pesto Trim the greens from the turnip and the radishes Discard the thick turnip stems Clean the leaves thoroughly in cold water and change the water several times Blanch in boiling salted water for 10 seconds strain and immediately chill in ice water Strain and gently squeeze the leaves to remove some of their water content Cut the green garlic stem in half lengthwise and discard the outer dry layer Blanch in boiling salted water for 45 seconds strain and chill in ice water Strain Chop the blanched greens roughly Blend with 50g sunflower seeds 50ml good quality sunflower seed oil and 3 4 tbsp fresh extra virgin olive oil to a smooth paste Season with salt and pepper Transfer to a small jar cover with some oil and keep refrigerated until needed For the oyster plant root Clean the oyster plant roots in cold water Remove the small hairs Carefully scrape roots outer layer using a dull knife After cleaning the roots immediately transfer them to boiling salted water to prevent them from becoming brown Cook until they are al dente this depends both on the thickness of the roots as well as their storage time When cooked strain and chill in ice water For the radishes and turnips Wash and peel the black radish and the turnip Cut 8 cylinders from the black radish using an apple core remover Cut the turnip into 1cm thick slices and cut thin slices using a vegetable peeler Use the remaining black radish and turnip for another purpose e g ferment it Wash the red radishes and cut into 6 8 wedges For the ramson vinaigrette Wash the ramson leaves and shake dry Chop finely and add to a small jar

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/2013/04/oyster-plant-root-with-radish-turnip-and-ramson-vinaigrette/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Vegan | myBites
    start meditating about a classic dish its ingredients the involved techniques and the possibilities behind them The ideas pop up and evolve during this creative process Some other times I keep thinking and enhancing distinct single ideas which I quite suddenly assemble into a new dish or a reinterpretation of a classic This time I combined several ideas and applied it to a Hungarian classic the lecho orignally lecsó Traditionally lecsó is a mix of onions long bell peppers and onions simmered similarly to a stew and served either immediately or stored in glasses for the forthcoming winter Sometimes lecsó is enhanced with garlic Hungarian sausage kolbász sweet paprika powder or lard Lecsó is usually served mixed with rice or eggs or it can be eaten simply with a few slices of bread I prefer the version with rice and very nontraditionally a lot of cinnamon which works especially well with chorizo like sausages You might ask now why to serve a lecsó in form of a sushi Well I figured out how to make endless variations of nori algae sheet substitutes the sheets you wrap your sushi into how the texture of tomatoes and peppers can resemble soft fish meat and how to replace the wasabi by another traditional Hungarian ingredient With the combination of the ideas described below serving a sushi with lecsó flavor surely will make sense to you as well So read on below for the birth story of the Lechosushi This is a preview of Lechosushi Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged appetizer bell pepper fruit leather garlic hungarian lecho lecsó letscho paprika rice starter sushi tomato vegan vegetable leather vegetarian on August 23 2012 by Robert Bell Pepper and Eggplant Terrine During the last month I finally managed to finish a huge project Some of you who might have seen me on Hungarian or German television might already know that for the last 5 years I was working as a research assistant at the local university here in Erlangen Next to teaching students about the beauty of computer science I also worked on my PhD thesis The final oral exam took place two weeks ago where I did pretty well and so I finally extended my name with a Dr Of course the exam was followed by celebrations lasting more than 3 days which seemed to be a little bit too much I spent the next few days in bed with a flu The first PhD celebration is traditionally held just after the final oral exam with my family and my fellows Since my colleagues know that I love cooking I had to come up with some original ideas for my menu Unfortunately I didn t have any time to cook on the day before my final exam so I searched for a local catering service willing and able to cook the ideas I had in mind The catering I picked did a tremendous job Everybody

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/category/recipes/food-type/vegan/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Black Spanish | myBites
    absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/black-spanish/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Oyster Plant | myBites
    absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/oyster-plant/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Oyster Plant Root | myBites
    is absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/oyster-plant-root/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Pesto | myBites
    absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/pesto/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Radish Leaf Pesto | myBites
    is absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/radish-leaf-pesto/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Sunflower | myBites
    absolutely regional The offered range of produce is both limited and rich at the same time limited due to seasonality and rich due to cultivating old species and a wide range of varieties I ve encountered the oyster plant roots at one of these organic farmer s market stalls This vegetable looks like a really hairy dirty and thin root Because it is so thin I only removed the root hairs and carefully scraped the surface of the roots using a relatively dull knife The scraped surface of the root tends to turn brown quickly so it s advised to boil or steam the roots right after peeling them I would not recommend this root to be served raw since it has a slightly bitter taste Its raw taste also reminded me of liquorice During cooking the bitter taste evaporates so when heated the oyster plant root tastes like a mixture of black salsify and corn In this current dish I paired the oyster plant root with turnip black spanish and radish This is a preview of Oyster Plant Root with Radish Turnip and Ramson Vinaigrette Read the full post This entry was posted in Appetizer Vegan Vegetarian and tagged

    Original URL path: http://mybites.de/tag/sunflower/ (2016-02-16)
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