Photo using a Sony Nex Mirrorless Camera
I hope everyone enjoyed "Saigon Breaks". Being at a fitness trainer's house such as @needapencil, it was inspiring to have a groovy little dance session /workout for digestion after practicing some battle rock gestures to end my game when I rock a circle.
Today I want to share another recipe that I really like. Inspired by Katy, a friend who made something similar, but still a very different white sauce with gorgonzola, cheese and cream, I am happy to share something even more light with celery. Katy used celeriac. Being French, her recipe really stuck with me to date and just paved the way to several dishes like this.
Firstly we will use three pans. As seen above there are Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus) with chives and thyme, Cellentani Pasta made up of spelt flour and our white sauce. Important to note, is that we need the chives and the thyme for the Oyster mushrooms. Also, add the white wine in small portions and not all at once. Oh yeahh, don't even think of using just dry herbs guys. Go get some fresh ones or grow them in your garden. Makes a huge difference. Also Parsley and Tarragon is very welcome in this dish.
@mamrita was kind enough to host me and provide me with a kitchen and her assistance. We enjoyed an awesome and healthy meal together.
Namasté out of Berlin X-Berg
Here's what were gonna need:
Carrots (organic, even red or purple ones are great)
Extra Virgin Olive Oil (I used mild)
Cellentani Past Noodles (made up of spelt) or any other according to your preference
Soy Sauce (make sure you use a nicely fermented one with less preservatives like Tamari - makes a difference)
Oatly Oat Cream
Whole Wheat Flour / Any other Flour (possibly gluten free) for thickening
Nutritional Yeast (at the end as parmesan alternative)
Firstly cut Garlic brunoise, add it to a frying pan with a bit of olive oil.
After they look glossy, add a bit of White Wine
Slice Carrots or dice them and add to frying pan.
Cut 2 Onions and add to the dish. Make sure the Wine is lesser and evaporated a bit.
Make sure you prepare the Oregano, Thyme and the Chives
Cut Celery large dice or paysanne and add to frying pan
Add some Oregano (just a bit)
Add one small chili for the spice (optional)
Cut Cherry Tomato into wedges and add to frying pan
Add more White Wine to the frying pan and stir. Maybe thicken with flour.
Cut Garlic brunoise and add to a frying pan with olive oil and Oyster Mushrooms
Add half thyme and Chives to pan with Oyster Mushrooms and stir.
Add other half thyme, chives and all the Oregano to frying pan and stir.
Add Oatly Oat cream
Add Black Pepper
Here are all my previous recipes, in case you feel like trying something else:
Thanks for stopping by. Writing out of Kreuzberg, Berlin today. Hanging out with @mamrita.
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