Mee Rebus Recipe

Daniel Watkins has been awesome enough to share some of his recipes for us to try.

Pot roasted cauliflower, Mee Rebus, fermented potato, baby corn kim chi

Serves 2/4 depends how hungry you are!

Mee rebus

4 ripe tomato chopped
20g fermented turmeric, if not fresh grated
2 red chilli
20g ganlaga / ginger
2 clove of garlic
1 coconut cream
1 onion diced
1 large sweet potatoe, peeled diced
1 Lemongrass chopped
2 Lime leaf
20g Miso
120ml oil
100ml of water or stock

Put the chillies  galangal, turmeric, garlic, onion, miso, lime leaf, lemon grass and the 120 ml  oil in a blender, Blend to make a smooth paste.

Heat the 1–2 tablespoons oil in a pan and add the spice paste. Cook for 3 minutes, stirring.

Add the sweet potatoes, miso,coconut cream and chopped tomatoes,water. Bring to the boil, then simmer for 10–15 minutes or until the sweet potatoes are soft remove from the heat and blend until  smooth. Check seasoning finish with a little lime juice

Pot roasted cauliflower

Trim the base of the cauliflower (save the trim for kim chi) and with a sharp knife insert into the core both ways making a X, place in a cast iron pot, with a little water in the base

Season with salt and pepper, drizzle a generous amount of olive oil

Cook 160 until tender

This is a variation of a dish i have been eating for years now, one of the 1st dishes i started cooking when i went plant based,  packed with lots of vitamins, minerals, fibre and protein For this dish i served it with some baby corn kim chi, crispy fermented potato, toasted almonds, crispy shallots and chilli



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