Zucchini Cavolo Beano Plato Bake

individual portion
this recipe is good for camouflaging bitter Zucchini

187.5g tinned Butter Beans
40g roasted chopped Hazelnuts
2 Albumen
90g Philadelphia Light
30ml Sunflower Oil
200g Cavolo Nero, thinly sliced
200g Zucchini, thinly sliced
190g Onions, sliced medium thin
1 small pinch ground pepper
1 large pinch ground nutmeg
1 teaspoon tarragon

Pre-heated oven to 190°C

PLATO (15min)
Prepared Plato by stirring together 1 Albumen, the Hazelnuts and the Beans
Left to soak up the Albumen until ready to cook
Spread the Plato on 21x16x6cm thick oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 15min

CAVOLO NERO (15min)
In medium large frypan fried the Cavolo in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
5min before the end added the ground spices

ONION (15min) ZUCCHINI (10min)
In large frypan fried the Onions in about 7.5ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
10min before the end added another 7.5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and fried the Zucchini in this for 10min
5min before the end added the tarragon to the Zucchini

PLATO BAKE (20min)
After the above are ready
Transferred the Onions and Zucchini into jug with 1 Albumen and the Cheese and blended with hand blender until fairly smooth
Spread the Cavolo on the Plato
Poured the pureed mixture over the Cavolo
Baked 20min

complete protein 22.5g
saturated fats 11.9g
uncompleted legume protein 5.3g

W 279 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.10 Aureolin (unused)
n.9 Winsor Red Deep
n.6 Indanthrene Blue
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:

20200229

planning
n.10
God’s comforts perhaps
upright structures perhaps
shapes in Aureolin, Light
not lamps
not windows
not realistic

n.9
speaking can be gold or yellowed perhaps
peaks, lines angled perhaps
in Winsor Red Deep, Heart
Deep indicating they are within something
perhaps

n.6
all receive God’s guidance and support
ports, rounded lines perhaps
not circles
in Indanthrene Blue, Twilight
a second light perhaps
preceding, no
working with the Light in Aureolin perhaps

summary
vertical shapes in Aureolin in 10
angled lines within in Red in 9
rounded lines in Blue in 6

Broccoli Carrot Beano Plato Bake

individual portion
very spicy with these amounts of chilli and ginger

195g tinned Kidney Beans
40g toasted flaked Almonds
1 Albumen
90g Philadelphia Light
30ml Sunflower Oil
300g Carrots sliced medium thin
200g Tenderstem Broccoli halved longways and sliced into thinnish segments keeping the ones with florets thinner and separate
1 small chilli sliced into long slivers without seeds or membrane to reduce heat
2 large garlic cloves finely chopped
very large slice of ginger finely chopped

Pre-heated oven to 190°C

PLATO (14min)
Prepared the Plato by stirring together the first three ingredients and left in bowl till ready to cook
Spread the Plato on 21x16x6cm thick oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 14min

BROCCOLI (15min)
In medium large frypan fried the Broccoli stems in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
12min before the end added the rest with florets
10min before the end stirred in the chillies
6min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Broccoli
2min before the end added the Cheese to the pan and 30ml hot water to soften it before stirring in only lightly with the Broccoli

CARROTS (15min)
In small frypan fried the Carrots in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
6min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the ginger colour in this a little before stirring into the Carrots

PLATO BAKE (10min)
After the cooking, transferred the Carrots into a jug and blended with hand-blender till more or less smooth
Spread the Carrot puree on the Plato
Covered with the Broccoli
Baked 10min

completed protein 19.9g
saturated fats 11.7g
uncompleted legume protein 6.2g

W 278 abcd


Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.10 Lapis Lazuli Genuine
n.9 Amethyst Genuine
n.4 Permanent Magenta
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:

20200228

planning
n.10
God’s comforts perhaps
forts, upright structures, shapes perhaps
in Lapis Lazuli Genuine
true shapes perhaps

n.9
speaking can be gold or yellowed perhaps
triangle lines perhaps
in Amethyst Genuine
both true and not somehow
not solid perhaps

n.4
God’s loving light shines out perhaps
rays perhaps
not triangles
lines perhaps
in Permanent Magenta
indicating solidity perhaps
lamps, no
solid Magenta rays perhaps

summary
vertical shapes in Blue in 10
triangle outlines in Amethyst in 9
rays in Magenta in 4

Tomato Fennel Lentil Plato Bake

individual portion

70g Puy Lentils, cooked 20min
40g roasted chopped Hazelnuts
2 Albumen
30g Table Cheese eg Waitrose Vegetarian Italian Hard Cheese, finely grated
30ml Sunflower Oil
350g Fennel, sliced and chunkily chopped, fronds set aside
240g Baby Tomatoes, halved
1 teaspoon fennel seed
1 teaspoon mixed herbs
1/2 teaspoon garlic granules
small amount of chilli powder

Pre-heated oven to 180°C

PLATO (15min)
Prepared the Plato by stirring together 1 Albumen, the Hazelnuts and Lentils
Spread onto a 21x16x6cm thick oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 15min

FENNEL (15min)
In small frypan fried the Fennel in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
5min before the end added the fronds

TOMATOES (10min)
In medium large frypan fried the Tomatoes in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 10min
5min before the end added the garlic, chilli and mixed herbs

PLATO BAKE (15-20min)
After all the cooking above, transferred about 1/4 of the Fennel to a jug with 1 Albumen and blended with a hand-blender
Stirred the Fennel into the pan with the Tomatoes and stirred this into the jug with the Fennel
Spread the Fennel/Tomato mixture on the Plato
Covered with the Cheese
Baked 15-20min

complete protein 25.6g
saturated fats 11.3g
uncompleted legume protein 9.2g

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Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.10 Permanent Magenta
n.7 Aureolin
n.5 Amethyst Genuine
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all/some materials above:

planning
n.10
God’s comforts perhaps
shapes perhaps
in Permanent Magenta indicating solidity
perhaps

n.7
pots of gold perhaps
round shapes perhaps
not outlines perhaps
in Aureolin representing Light perhaps
drawing attention to something perhaps

n.5
God’s discomforts perhaps
horizontal lines perhaps
not shapes
in Amethyst Genuine therefore true perhaps
representing something true perhaps but not a solid structure perhaps
like the horizon is about seeing into the distance
into the future perhaps

summary
solid uprights in Magenta in 10
round shapes in Aureolin in 7
horizontal lines in Amethyst in 5