2–3 annosta
30 min
vegaaninen, gluteeniton

– n.400 g palsternakkaa
– 3 rkl rypsiöljyä
– suolaa
– 1 vihreä (granny smith-) omena
– 3 valkosipulinkynttä
– 5 dl kasvislientä
– 2 dl kookosmaitoa
– puolikkaan sitruunan mehu
– (muutama oksa timjamia)

Kuumenna uuni 200-asteiseksi. Kuori palsternakat ja pilko pieniksi kuutioiksi. Levitä kuutiot leivinpaperille, uunipellille ja ripottele päälle 2 rkl rypsiöljyä ja muutama ripaus suolaa. Paahda uunissa noin 10 minuuttia. Pese omena, poista siemenkota ja pilko hedelmä sillä välin. Lisää palat uunipellille ja paahda vielä noin 15 minuuttia (tai kunnes palsternakka on kypsää ja pehmeää).

Kuori ja murskaa valkosipulinkynnet ja kuullota kattilassa 1 ruokalusikallisessa öljyä. Lisää kattilaan kasvisliemi ja anna poreilla 8–10 minuuttia. Ota kattila pois liedeltä ja kaada liemen joukkoon kookosmaito ja sekoita.

Laita paahdetut palsternakat ja omenat, liemiseos sekä sitruunan mehu tehosekoittimeen ja sekoita tasaiseksi keitoksi. Viimeistele annos halutessasi esimerkiksi tuoreella timjamilla. Nauti keitto lämpimänä tai kylmänä! Vähentämällä liemen määrän noin puoleen, voi keitosta tehdä myös pyreen ja nauttia lisukkeena!


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  • Happy Valentine’s Day guys! Remember to treat your loved ones with something made with love!
Today I treated myself with a slow morning in best company - a cup of tea and fresh baked croissant. My first meeting was at one o’clock and after waking up without alarm ringing in my ear, it was such a liberating feeling to just lay in my stonewashed cotton sheets, waiting the sun to peek behind the trees.
What has been your plan this Valentine’s Day? Spending the day with your love or enjoying your own company?
I actually like the way we’ve named this day here in Finland. It’s not just about the person you’re dating - here in Finland it’s the day of friends, so you can spread the love to anyone who’s important to you!
  • I miss our cottage so much. There is something magical in it, something I’ve never succeeded to create in my home in the city. Something that tells a story to those who listen.
In my mind I’m going back to those candlelight dinners on the porch. Those gentle creaks answering to bare feet walking on the old wooden floor. Old windows letting in the beautiful songs of birds. Or sometimes it might be the calming voice of summer rain. And then there’s that little popping sound coming from the living fire dancing in the hearth.
The sky is turning pink and it paints the room with pastel colours. The smell of roasted chicken and summer vegetables is coming from the outdoor kitchen. I can’t think any place I would rather be in.
And I am so lucky I can be there again during Easter holiday!
What’s your safe place that makes you feel like you’re living in a dream?✨
  • Busy workday means pasta day! No matter how busy or tired I am, I’m never too exhausted to cook pasta. And there are so many options to choose from!
Pasta is something that anyone of us can cook, anytime, anywhere around the world. And when it’s done with love and with right ingredients, it can turn out to be the best thing you’ve ever eaten. I’ve had that moment many times - it’s almost magical how something so simple can taste so heavenly!
It’s hard (okay, impossible) to choose only one. But if I had to pick some of my all time favourites, I would say sage butter pasta or cacio e pepe with lemon. Is there anything better than that? (Just a hint, if you ever see me mad, give me a bowl of either one and I’ll be happy).
Who’s with me? What’s your choice of pasta?
Tell me your favourite(s) in the comments or just post 💛 if you love pasta!
  • Sometimes there are hard days when both your body and mind are tired and nothing goes like planned. I had that kind of day today while doing a big photoshoot. I was slow. I forgot things. I wasn’t the best version of myself. It is frustrating, I know, but that happens to all of us. And I’m happy that this time I wasn’t so hard on myself. After the photoshoot I left all other works for next week, cooked myself dinner and now I’m just laying on the sofa. And I’m already feeling much better!
✨So let’s all be kind to ourselves next week - sometimes a bit of rest is all you need. I hope you have a relaxing Sunday evening!
  • Prepping dinner for tonight - beautiful gilt-head bream with lime, thyme, lemon and brown butter sauce. Perfect to enjoy with a nice glass of white wine and roasted potatoes.
It has been raining all day and the streets here are covered with layers of ice and water – so slippery you can barely walk. But I made it to grocery store to buy some great ingredients for tomorrow!
But now I’m just wondering how to finish our dinner tonight – dessert is necessary! Any Saturday dinner plans there?
  • I’m already dreaming of my weekend breakfasts and really slow mornings!
I’ve never been able to drink coffee (even though I love the smell of roasted coffee beans) my body doesn’t react very well to it. But oh I love tea! I’m not a morning tea person on workdays, I prefer to start my day with a fresh cold drink like smoothie. But on weekends I like to sit on my green velvet couch, read the news from good old newspaper and drink two or three big cups of some good tea.
Are you a coffee or tea person? Or do you have some other special drink you would love to have on a Saturday brunch?
  • You know that feeling when you’re so excited you can’t stay still? When you can’t stop smiling because a dream you once had - and thought it’s way too big - is coming true. A little piece at a time.
This kind of moments are here to remind me why I do this, why I work so much, why I sometimes might miss something else because I’ve a deadline (or ten). This makes it worth it.
What kind of moments help you get through the hard days?
Now I’m going to light some candles and cook myself dinner - without working at the same time! Have a relaxing Thursday people!