my brains sometimes cannot stop thinking, can be annoying. They thinking about everything, shall I change my website (because I want pictures where you can click on), how can I spend my time the most efficient in the day, what song do I want to learn next time on singing lesson, save learned information and so on.
Brains are strange things, they can save information, make you confused, can show you things what aren’t for real, they react on things without noticing…..
In my next life I want to learn about this shit, this life is now full of food, music and children 🙂
With this recipe you brains won’t have to work so much, just peel, wash and cook..and follow the recipe and give it your own touch.
Recipe for 3-4 persons autumn mash
750 gram of organic potatoes with peel washed well
300 gram of beet (red, yellow or mix?, I don’t care) cut in little thin pieces (like half moons)
300 gram of butter nut pumpkin cut in little squares
2 medium red onions
250 gram of tofu
3-4 tablespoons of shoyu (soy sauce)
2 medium apples
oil for baking
some pepper some salt
a cooking pan
a cutting board
a baking pan
Lets make it…..
Cut all the ingredients, wash and so on. Put some water in a cooking pan for the potatoes, butternut and beets, bring the water to a boil and boil like 10-15 minutes. (every vegetable has to be soft!). Get rid of the water and mash the ingredients together, if you want it more creamy: stir in some oat cuisine or fresh new water, do this easy and bit by bit otherwise you get a soup.
In the meanwhile you can cut the tofu and bake this in a frying pan till the sides are getting tanned! If this is happening, poor in the shoyu, apples and onion and bake for 2-5 minutes more. This will be the ‘sauce’ on top of the mash.
The mash will be ready at the same time as the ‘sauce’, time to make the plates, and to eat this autumn dish! Finish with salt and pepper to taste