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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  • Midsummer weekend getting a perfect ending with a big dinner and all the delicious leftovers from this weekend. Unfortunately our dessert won’t be this lemon meringue cake but I’m going to make something simple with a lot of fresh strawberries, salted caramel, vanilla sauce and crunchy biscuits!
We’re spending the next week in the city and then again coming back here. Today I got the first chance to work after getting the puppy and I can’t wait to have a bit more time for food photography again. I’m sure she will be a good little assistant eating all my props!
I hope your Sunday has been relaxing! Any plans for the upcoming week?
(Recipe for this delicious lemon cheese cake can be found in my previous post of this dessert!)
  • Midsummer is so magical time. The night is light and the nature is blooming. If I could just stop the time and stay in that moment for a bit longer, sitting in front of the bonfire, looking at the sea mirroring the pink shades of the sky.
Some weeks ago I made rhubarb syrup and it turned out so delicious - perfect for summer drinks! And the recipe is so simple you can remember it anytime anywhere, just use the same amount of everything (sugar, water and rhubarb).
5 dl rhubarb, chopped
5 dl sugar
5 dl water

Place all the ingredients in a sauce pan and boil in medium heat for about 20-30 minutes. Sieve the syrup (save the remains and enjoy for example with yoghurt). You can keep boiling the syrup to make it thicker but I like the syrup pretty thin. Use in desserts and drinks!✨
  • Dinner today - fresh white fish filled with lemon, thyme, basil, parsley, green chilli and salt. One of the most simplest dishes yet so delicious. Served with some roasted new potatoes. This is what summer tastes like.
What’s your favourite simple summer meal?
  • 24 hours behind as a mom for a little puppy. I haven’t slept much, I forget to eat, I don’t remember what day it is and I can’t leave her alone at all. But I still feel so happy that I could just watch her exploring this world all the time. In one day I’ve learned that she’s really brave and seems to learn things very quickly. Her teeth are sharp (and she knows how to use them). Violets seem to be her favourite flowers – I’ve found her eating them way too many times already. Another favourite thing to eat and pull is my hair. She’s full of love and curiosity and I can’t stop smiling when she looks deep into my eyes.
As you may guess, I haven’t cooked or baked much lately but I’m planning to do some delicious things for Midsummer! This cinnamon roll pan is from my From Oven to Table (Peltiruokaa) cookbook. This is one of my favourites to make when there are a lot of people coming over - so perfect for Midsummer party or brunch!
How’s your week going?✨
  • Potatoes on their way! This picture was taken 2 weeks ago, so I can’t wait to see what’s happening in my garden now. But luckily I get there on Wednesday again!
Growing my own vegetables during summer is something I’ve done for a couple of years, and it’s something that makes me appreciate nature even more. There’s no feeling more amazing than picking up from the ground something you’ve grown yourself. You don’t want to waste that, you don’t want to take it for granted. And it will taste better than any vegetable you’ve ever bought.
What are your favourite recipes with new potatoes? I like them simply boiled soft and served with butter and dill or roasted in the oven with a lot of herbs!✨
  • Hello! After a lovely trip to London, I’ve had a really nice weekend babysitting our family dog at my parents. Good time to enjoy the company of an old and wise boy before getting my wild little girl home on Tuesday (finally)!
Next week we’re celebrating Midsummer and I’m also sharing a really easy rhubarb syrup recipe with you - perfect for summery drinks! Definitely going to try that in our Midsummer party!
How was your weekend?
  • Asparagus is still growing in the garden, so that’s a perfect reason to have a bit more of this delicious green veggie before the season ends!
But though it’s a shame that the asparagus season ends soon, I can’t wait to see all the other vegetables growing in the garden, and even more I can’t wait to cook with them. A lot of different herbs, a lot of chard (it became one of my favs last summer), 3 kinds of potatoes, beetroots, courgettes and many things more.
What’s your favourite thing growing in your garden right now?