Raikas palsternakka-omenakeitto



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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This is a new variety I haven’t tried before but to be honest I’ve never tasted a bad tomato from my own garden. So no need to worry about that. They’re always really tasty and so delicious I could just eat tomato and mozzarella salad all the summer!
Do you still have some underripe vegetables in the garden?🌿
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Today has been a rainy day – that gives me some hope to find a loads of mushrooms when going for a walk in the forest next time. Until now it has been way too dry for any mushrooms!
Have you found any mushrooms yet?
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I’ve also planted a pear tree in my garden this summer and I’m excited to see what happens during the next years. Though I love seasonal summer gardening, even more I love to see little trees growing strong and starting to produce fruits during the first years of their lives.
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I hope you have a relaxing Thursday evening!
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- John Walters
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Now, little time for relaxing and getting ready for tomorrow’s workday!
What’s your go-to dinner for busy workdays?
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Monday couldn’t get any busier than today has been, so no time for special cooking or baking. But maybe later this week! I have so many recipes to test and photograph, but way too little time. I guess I’m not the only creative here with this problem?
What would you wish to have on your dinner table tonight?
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What’s on your dinner table tonight?
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It’s magical what nature and countryside do to one’s mind. I have worked here a lot, but just the change of scenery, sea and forests around me, I feel like I would’ve had a free day. I also baked something really delicious – I’m sharing more of it later!
What ingredient has inspired you today?