This recipe I have from the book from Amber Albarda, a friend of my is very happy she read her book so I was curious why….and I understand….. she is very good in writing what food does in your body, she explains very well the reason why you better eat whole food and not refined! I took also lessons about food and read a lot and I must say I agree with her point of vision. Always nice to read a book what is almost in line with your ideas of what to eat and what to leave…:)
Celeriac fries 2 persons
1 big celeriac (500 gram)
4 tablespoons of olive oil extra vierge
2 tablespoons of unrefined agave syrup
2 tablespoons of cumin seed
1 tablespoon of Celtic or himalayan salt
2 cloves of garlic minced
4 twigs of fresh thyme just use the leaves
a oven plate
a cooking pan
How to make………
Get the celetriac and get rid of the peel, wash it and cut it in pieces like fries (first make slices and then rectangles). Get the cooking pan and poor in some water! Cook the fries for 3-5 minutes till they are more soft.
Get rid of the water and put the fries in a colander to ‘dry’ them in the meanwhile you can make the ‘sauce’. Put all the ingredients together in a bowl ( olive oil extra vierge, unrefined agave syrup,cumin seed, Celtic or himalayan salt,garlic and thyme leaves) mix very well and it will become a sauce. Get the bowl and put in the fries, with your hands you spread the sauce all over the fries, be careful otherwise you will break the fries.
time to get the oven plate, covered with some baking sheets. Lay down the fries and they aren’t allowed to touch eachother ;).
be sure the oven is on 200 degrees celsius and bake the fries for 15 minutes, then turn them around and bake for another 15 minutes.
Pling time to get them out, they are really fantastic to eat!