Ingredients

For the polpette
200g cooked British quinoa
110g fresh fine grated red beetroot
20g organic British oats
1 organic egg
8g chopped herbs (we like dill + parsley)
50g cooked beet leaves with garlic
salt & pepper to taste
15g rapeseed oil
10g organic apple cider vinegar
5g British horseradish
polenta

For the dip
5g picked mint leaves
20g British hazelnuts (can use a mix of nuts) – soaked overnight if possible
5g organic apple cider vinegar
200g peas
50g rapeseed oil

For the pickle

200ml organic apple cider vinegar
100g organic light brown sugar
2 tsp yellow mustard seeds
1 tsp salt
4-5 sprigs lemon thyme
400g Yorkshire forced rhubarb – sliced
leftover kale stems – peeled + sliced

Greens
organic kale
organic brussel sprouts
organic apple cider vinegar
organic rapeseed oil

Introduction

We try to buy as local and seasonal as possible, all of our produce comes from the farmer’s market down the road so we know it’s as fresh as can be!

In this recipe we’re using beetroot (and it’s leaves), Yorkshire forced rhubarb, brussel sprouts, peas, horseradish and kale (and it’s stems). We’re also using British quinoa, oats and rapeseed oil. Beets are thin-skinned so give them a good scrub and skip peeling to keep as much of the nutrients as possible. We use the leaves in the mix as well, they are tasty and a great source of protein, zinc and fibre. We are using the kale stems – usually thrown out as they are woody, in our rhubarb pickle, which tenderises them and makes a great, crunchy addition to the dish.

Method

For the polpette, chop beet leaves fine and saute in garlic until soft, allow to cool before adding to mixture. Mix everything well, let sit for 1h or overnight. Divide into 40g balls (3 per portion). Roll in polenta. Pan fry in oil on a medium heat for about 10 minutes. Can be reheated in oven

For dip, blanch peas for 1 minute then chill. Put all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth

For pickle, heat vinegar, sugar, mustard seeds, salt and half the lemon thyme until sugar dissolves and allow to boil for a couple of minutes. Let it cool. Place rhubarb and kale stems in a sterile jar with the rest of the lemon thyme. Pour cooled vinegar mix over.

For kale and brussel sprouts, shave brussel sprouts and chop kale. Massage with apple cider vinegar, rapeseed oil and season to taste.

 

HARA

Celebrates local
Celebrates local
Features more veg
Features more veg
Has a low carbon footprint
Has a low carbon footprint