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I like vegetable meals mostly. But recently I found Organic carrots cooked in goat’s whey with caviar, watercress and goat’s curd
The recipe is not too complicated, but the dish is rather tasty. What do you think?
Begin by making the curd. Place all the ingredients in a medium saucepan and warm, stirring occasionally until the mixture begins to curdle. Once the curd has split from the whey strain the mixture through a muslin cloth and leave to drain for 15 minutes. Blitz the curd in a food processor until smooth and set aside, reserving the whey separately
3 drops of vegetarian rennet
1l goat’s milk
1/2 lemon, juice only
1 pinch of salt
Preheat a water bath to 85℃
Clean the carrots thoroughly and put into a vacuum bag with the skins on. Add the lovage, 100ml of the whey and a large pinch of sea salt to the bag, then vacuum seal and cook in the water bath for 1 hour
6 large carrots, organic
1 sprig of fresh lovage
sea salt
For the tuile, blitz all of the ingredients together in a blender and place in the fridge for an hour to firm up
6 spring onions, tops only, chopped
25g of mature cheddar, grated
75 butter, softened
60g of flour
20g of sugar
40g of egg white
8g of sea salt

Preheat the oven to 150℃
Spread the tuile thinly onto a non-stick tray in oval shapes. Bake for around 10 minutes, then remove from the oven and carefully place the tuiles over a rolling pin until cool – this will create a curved shape
Heat a knob of butter in a frying pan over a medium heat, then remove the carrots from the bag and roast in foaming butter until coloured. Cut into pieces of varying shapes and sizes
To serve, spoon a portion of the goat’s curd across each plate and top with pieces of carrot and 2 tuiles. Garnish with watercress sprigs and 2 teaspoons of caviar
1 bunch of watercress
60g of caviar