Panaché of battered vegetables with champignon mushroom sauce
Frozen chopped artichoke 0.375 kg
Plain flour 0.025 kg
Wide Swiss Chard 0.7 kg
Eggs 2.0 ud
- Make a mushroom cream. Add some wide swiss chard (the green part) previously scalded. Mix everything.
- Remove the stringy parts of the chard and separate the white parts from the green parts. Cook with plenty of salted water uncovered or steam.
- Once cooked, chop into rectangles of about 4 x 3 cm.
- Chop the aubergine and the courgette into slices of about 2 mm. Place on a tray and sprinkle over some coarse salt, so they are not that humid.
- Cook the artichokes with plenty of salted water and uncovered or steam.
- Batter and fry the artichokes and the white parts of the chard, separately.
- Grill the courgette and the aubergine in the griddle.
- Heat the fried vegetables in the oven and the mushroom cream on the hob.
- Cover the base of the plate with the sauce and place the hot vegetables over, decorating the plate.
- It is possible to decorate the plate with chopped carrot in brunoise.
Nutritional information (1 portion)
Fiber 17.09 g
Saturates 1.15 g
Monounsaturated fatty acids 1.38 g
Polyunsaturated fatty acids 1.39 g
Cholesterol 104.4 mg
Calcium 303.34 mg
Iron 7.17 mg
Zinc 1.02 mg
Vitamin A 659.56 ug
Vitamin C 65.76 g
Folic acid 295.77 ug
Salt (Sodium) 308.76 mg
Sugars 10.04 g
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