Seasonal tastes better: vegetarian cabbage steaks with goat cheese, apple and smashed potatoes
Yeah, yes, anyone who has ever tasted blood and come on One Pan Dishes or Tray Bakes or Sheet Pan Dishes does not more going on. It is just so wonderfully unpretentious. And for our May round of Seasonal tastes better , that's why there's another tasty tin story for you today! Vegetarian Cabbage Steaks with Goat Cheese, Apple and Smashed Potatoes . The only thing that I personally still lack is a great name for this type of food. One Tray , One Sheet Pan or One Baking Pan just does not sound that good.
A small innovation it in this round too. From May we have a larger selection of vegetables. We no longer vote only two favorites, but can choose from several things! In order to be able to dedicate a recipe to more unknown varieties. This month you can choose from: Asparagus , Mayflower/Radish , Cauliflower , Kohlrabi , Rhubarb , Spinach , Radish and Cabbage . Originally I wanted to contribute something with salmon and asparagus from the tin - but this is a very popular combination in this round. That's why I had the recipe published on Saturday already on Saturday. And after almost all the asparagus recipes, I opted for the little outsider pointed cabbage . As always, I link the other recipes to my recipe.
Vegetarian Cabbage Steaks with Goat Cheese, Apple and Smashed Potatoes
In fact, besides the naming problem, I also had one for the kind of preparation Problem with naming for the court itself. I wrote down ideas, asked blogger friends, and in the end I call my food pointed cabbage steaks . What else do you call small things piled up in strips of pointed cabbage? Topped with apple slices and goat's cheese slices. tower ? Not high enough. Schnitzel ? Sounds weird, so without breading. Anyhow, they were also called "steaks" in the English magazine where I found them in the original: Cabbage Steaks.Cook in a little salted water, then let it evaporate.
Meanwhile preheat the oven to 200 ° C. Cover a baking sheet with baking paper or grease with olive oil.
Cut two thick, even slices (about 2 cm) from the pointed cabbage and brush with olive oil all around. Put on the tin and roast for 20 minutes, turning it carefully.
Cut the apple into 1 cm thick slices, remove the core casing. Mix apple with 1 teaspoon of olive oil and apple cider vinegar. Place each apple slice on top of the cabbage spice, roast in the oven for another 5 min.
More recipes in May for seasonal tastes better
Small curio shop - chicken frikasse with two asparagus//trickytine - kumpir with roasted green asparagus, radish dip, bulgur salad and pulled salmon//Skin Goût - Grilled asparagus and smoked pork ribs Wild Pork//S-Cuisine - Spring Asparagus Bowl - Spring has Jump//Cuisine Violette - Oven Salmon with Green Asparagus with a Mullübchensalat//Gingerbread Nest - Panzanella with Green Asparagus & Lemon Vinaigrette//Delicious Stories - Asparagus Mousse with Fish Tartar and Fennel Salad//Cooking with D iana - Pizza Fiorentina//Wunderbrunnen - Cauliflower steak with baked potatoes and cauliflower pesto//Ina Is (s) t - Cold kohlrabi soup with buttermilk//Wallygusto - Fried cauliflower in beer batter with herbed quark and potato wedges//Munich cuisine - Lukewarm barley salad with white asparagus and radishes//Madam Beetroot - Green asparagus potato salad with egg on lettuce//Raspberrysue - Vietnamese pancakes with Mairübchen//Schlemmerkatze - Pickled radishes//thecookingknitter - Cauliflower in the baconbomb//NOM NOMS food - Crostini with oven rhubarb, goat's cheese , Pistachios & Honey//Pastasciutta - Spinach Tortilla//Ye Olde Kitchen - Spinach Pancake Pie//Cinnamon Biscuit and Apple Tart - Rhubarb Popsicles with Yoghurt
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