Filo Plato Pie

individual portion

70g Puy Lentils cooked 20min
40g toasted flaked Almonds
1 Albumen lightly whisked
2 sheets Filo pastry
30ml Sunflower Oil
250g frozen whole leaf Spinach, thawed and squeezed
pinch pepper(gr)
1 clove garlic finely chopped
140g Onion medium thin sliced and chopped
250g baby Tomatoes, halved
1tsp mixed herbs
30g Table Cheese

Preheated oven to 180°C

FILO PLATO PIE (13 and 15min)
Prepared the Plato by mixing together the first three ingredients
Placed the Filo sheets, folded so they don’t rise up too far up the edges, in 21x16x6cm oven dish lined with parchment paper
Spread the Plato on this
Baked about 13min

ONION (13 min) TOMATO (8min)
In medium large frypan fried the Onion in about 7.5ml Sunflower Oil for about 13min
8min before the end added about 7.5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and fried the Tomatoes in this
2min before the end stirred them together and added the mixed herbs

SPINACH (10min)
In small frypan fried the Spinach in about 7.5ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
Added another 2.5ml Sunflower Oil to the Spinach and some pepper
3min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Spinach

After the initial baking
Spread the Spinach on the Plato and the Tomatoes on the Spinach and the Cheese on top
Baked 15min

complete protein 26.6g
saturated fats 11.3g

W 239 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.3 Winsor Red Deep (unused)
n.6 Raw Sienna (unused)
n.7 Lapis Lazuli Genuine
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:
be with me as always

20200113

planning
n.6, be tolerant, everything is dear to You
feels to me about detail, not sweeping but small brush strokes
not like in n.9 where small is in fact grand, but actually small
small patterns, perhaps like those found on ceramic tiles, repeated patterns
Raw Sienna makes me think of the light or guidance given by religions which is often within a regulated framework
so perhaps framed patterns
n.7 work diligently, You make a gift of every day, things may not be as they appear
painted in Lapis Lazuli Genuine which for me symbolises God, the purest and most genuine
I don’t like to interfere with this colour too much
this will be larger images
these images are not really painted by me, I am only the instrument, as with everything
going to Museums reminds me of this most forcibly, seeing the continuity of God’s work
through and for mankind
You paint my world in flower words even though I have no n.4
n.3 respect God, Your wishes are the air I breathe in Winsor Red Deep
initials wrd, this could be the flower words