Herkullisen rapeat, paahdetut ruusukaalit

Ruusukaali kuuluu monen inhokkivihannesten listalle, mutta turhaan! Usein ruusukaaleja tarjoillaan hieman kellertävän ylikypsiksi keitettyinä, mikä ei tee oikeutta tälle vihannekselle. Kun kaalit paahtaakin esimerkiksi kuumassa uunissa rapeiksi ja rouskuviksi, muuttuvat ne superherkullisiksi ja houkutteleviksi. Älä siis pelkää antaa ruusukaaleille mahdollisuutta – kokeile valmistaa ne jotenkin muuten kuin vedessä keitettyinä. Itse voisin napostella näitä rapeita ruusukaaleja vaikka kuinka! (Kannattaa paahtaa uunipellillä myös puolittaessa irronneet lehdet, ne ovat kuin sipsejä uunista tultuaan!)

Paahdetut ja rapeat ruusukaalit

Paahdetut ruusukaalit

2–3 annosta lisukkeena
25 min
vegaaninen, gluteeniton

– 400–500 g ruusukaaleja
– 2–3 rkl kookosöljyä (nestemäisenä)
– suolaa

(– lime)

Kuumenna uuni 200 asteiseksi.
Pese ruusukaalit ja leikkaa kannat pois. Puolita ruusukaalit. Levitä puolikkaat leivinpaperin päälle, uunipellille. Ripottele kookosöljy ja reilu ripaus suolaa ruusukaalien päälle. Paahda uunissa noin 20–25 minuutin ajan. Viimeistele halutessasi limen mehulla. Tarjoile lisukkeena aterialla tai vaikkapa salaatin joukossa.


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What are your baking plans for this weekend?
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- Caroline Myss
Three amazing days done, two more to go. Last two weeks have been hard, but so rewarding. This quote sums up my thoughts about everything what’s happening with work right now. And I believe that if the next thing you’re doing doesn’t scare you at all, it’s not big enough. Let’s dream big!✨
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Like I told, this week is crazy busy. But I’ve enjoyed these two photoshoot days a lot. Three more days to go and then I’m off to our cottage again!
I hope you have a relaxing Tuesday evening!
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Writing a cookbook is a thing you do for passion. I’m not going to lie, it can be exhausting and at some point it makes you hope you had never started that project. But still, it’s the most amazing feeling to see my own pictures and recipes printed on that fine paper, wrapped in hard covers with gold foiling.
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I still can’t stop thinking about how happy it made me that I could spend 24 hours away from the city. In the middle of green, blooming nature. This was the first summer weekend. The temperature rose up to 25 C and I felt bad that I didn’t have my swimsuit with me.
I saw a sea eagle flying above my garden, had the joy of planting a new sea buckthorn tree, bathed in the hot steam of sauna, saw a gorgeous sunset painting the sky pink and fell asleep to the sound of singing eurasian bittern. The day couldn’t have been more perfect.
How was your weekend?✨
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Do you have any (baking) plans for the weekend? 🥨🥐🍪🧁
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Who else is waiting for the summer?