It Tastes of Leek

As it should, given that it’s made mainly of leeks, plus a bit of tarragon, a clove of garlic, a potato, 4 apples from the Chamberlain garden, some raisins, and a glass of beer.

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The sliced leeks, clove of garlic, and teaspoon of dried tarragon

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The apples, remaining beer, butter off to the right.

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Part way through the cooking, apples still have some way to go.

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Apples have cooked down. I added some raisins, and some chunks of leek. It’s delicious at this point and could have been served as a vegetable side dish.

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But I went further, adding more water, caramelising the leeks, the pureeing the lot. A day later, it still tastes of leek, but the flavour of the apples is really beginning to come out. I’m wondering if I should add some additional spices: turmeric, clove, allspice.

Post 617 by dglp

Published on November 14, 2010 ~ 10:18 PM

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