Chickpea Tomato Fennel Mixed Bake

individual portion

195g tinned Chickpeas (some frozen and thawed)
40g roasted chopped Hazelnuts
2 Albumen
90g Philadelphia Light
320g Fennel sliced medium thin, stems across, bulb longways, fronds set aside
300g Baby Tomatoes, halved
90g Onion chopped by slicing medium thin first across then longways
2 cloves garlic finely chopped
15g Basil, roughly sliced
pinch ground pepper

Preheated oven to 190°C

Stirred the Chickpeas, pepper and Hazelnuts together and let them settle a while
Spread them evenly over 21x16x6cm glass oven dish
Baked 15min

FENNEL (15min)
In small frypan fried the Fennel for 15min in approximately 15ml Sunflower Oil
10min before the end added the fronds
After cooking added about 2 tablespoons of the mixture to a jug containing
2 Albumen, the Basil and the Philadelphia
Blended with hand blender then stirred in the rest

In medium large frypan fried the Onion stirring with about 5ml Sunflower Oil for 15min
10min before the end added 5ml to the pan and fried the Tomatoes in this
5min before the end added the remaining 5ml to the pan and let the garlic blond in this before stirring into the Tomatoes, also stirring in the Onions at about 3min

MIXED BAKE (20min)
Spread the Tomatoes gently over the Chickpeas
And the Fennel mixture over everything
Baked 20min same temperature.

complete protein 22.5g
saturated fats 12.3g
uncompleted legume protein 8.6g

W 266 abcd

Sable round brushes, colours and paper:
n.6 Raw Umber
n.4 Italian Venetian Red (unused)
n.10 Indigo
Watercolour paper NOT 280gsm 38 x 28cm

additional exercise using all materials above:
entirely painted with guidance


n.6 about tolerance
God cares for every part of Himself
supports every part of Himself
ports, round shapes
not lines
in Raw Umber, shadows perhaps
not round shadows of something else
not shadows of white
not found in shadows
supports rounded structures perhaps
not like life-savers
not making shadows

n.4 keeping God in mind
Dawn to daybreak, red sky, no
God paints the world in flower words, no
God’s loving light perhaps
light rays perhaps
in Italian Venetian Red representing humans
or one person for me perhaps

n.10 value all things but not too much
God’s worlds, no
oceans of delight in Indigo, no
God’s comforts where hearts can feel at home
forts perhaps
upright structures, no
vertical lines perhaps
in Indigo representing negative, so like shadows
whole lines here, n.10 very wide, almost like structures themselves

Raw Umber round shapes in n.6
loving lights in Red in n.4
Indigo upright lines in n.10