Chicory Onion Chico Plato Bake

individual portion

195g tinned Chickpeas
40g crunchy Peanut Butter
pinch ground pepper
2 Albumen
30ml Sunflower Oil
250g Red Chicory, some core removed before and after parboiling 10min, with lemon to preserve colour, lightly squeezed and quartered
250g Sweet Onions, roughly chopped by slicing first across then longways
1/4 large chilli, sliced in thin medium segments
2 cloves garlic, finely chopped
30g Table Cheese, eg Twineham Grange, finely grated

Preheated oven to 190°C

PLATO (15min)
Prepared Plato by mixing together 1 Albumen, the pepper and the Peanut Butter then the Chickpeas
Spread the Plato evenly on 21x16x6cm glass oven dish fully lined with parchment paper
Baked 15min

CHICORY (15min)
In medium large frypan fried the Chicory in 15ml Sunflower Oil for 15min

ONIONS (15min)
In small frypan fried the Onions in 10ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
10min before the end added the chilli
5min before the end added 5ml Sunflower Oil to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Onions
At the end of cooking allowed to cool a little then added about a third to a jug with an Albumen and blended
Stirred the rest of the Onions into the jug mixture

PLATO BAKE (15min)
Spread the Onion mixture over the Plato
Placed the Chicory in rows over the Onions
Covered with the Cheese
Baked 15min

complete protein 19.6g
saturated fats 13.2g
uncompleted legume protein 26.4g

W 264 abcd

Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.10 Jadeite Genuine
n.4 Terre Verte (unused)
n.8 Permanent Magenta (unused)
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:
entirely painted with guidance


initially it’s a relief
Jadeite and Terre Verte, to me representing Joy and Happy Earth, seem to indicate things are on the right track

n.10 value everything but not too much
God’s worlds, no
God’s encouraging presence, courage found within, no
God’s comforts where hearts can feel at home, perhaps
forts, upright structures perhaps
in Jadeite Genuine
this needs to be a true colour, real somehow
trees perhaps then

n.4 keeping God in mind
also in green but this needs not be genuine, no
God paints the world in flower words perhaps
His loving light shines out through all His guides
light perhaps
rays, not rays, not triangles
not glows in green
not fireworks
individual lines perhaps
like petals perhaps
in light green
grass perhaps

n.8 treasure that which is closest
details perhaps
in Permanent Magenta, to me sounds like in the hands of my family
mani is hands in Italian
ma genta, my people
God saying its in our hands perhaps
humans being His ‘people’ perhaps
galaxies, no, not spheres
not glowing like summer
not oceans of delight
familiar voice here symphony perhaps
musical notes, notes, dots, no
scores, lines, no
Permanent is in the hands of the father
Père, is father in French
so this meaning perhaps that people’s reactions are in God’s hands
not in people’s hands
treasure, like a chest, no
glances can be furtive, hidden behind, no
familiar voice
words perhaps
actual words, no
well, this was perhaps about needing to reply to an email, not about the picture, perhaps
therefore starting again
galaxies, spheres, no
warm glows, no
still familiar voice here symphony but this does not indicate an image to me
oceans of delight in Magenta

trees shapes in Jadeite green
grass shapes in Terre Verte
looking a little like a garden
with triangles in Magenta