Spiced seasonal vegetable and brie cake, cumin scented asparagus, balsamic glaze, hellmann’s chilli vegan mayonnaise, micro salad recipe by Suds Saha



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Spiced seasonal vegetable and brie cake, cumin scented asparagus, balsamic glaze, hellmann’s chilli vegan mayonnaise, micro salad recipe by Suds Saha

60 min

Recipe by chef Suds Saha
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seasonal veg and brie cake

  • 60g carrot 80g green beans 80g cauliflower small handful of fresh coriander 2 spring onions 3g turmeric powder 5g cumin powder 3g coriander powder 1g cumin seeds 3g fresh ginger (chopped) 40g brie 50g plain flour
  • 100ml water
  • 10 green asparagus spears
  • 2 green chillies, sliced and finely chopped, seeds removed
  • 20g Hellmann's vegan mayonnaise
  • 100g fresh breadcrumbs
  • 250 king edward potato


  • Micro salad


vegetable cake

Peel the potato and boil in a saucepan until tender.
Peel and grate carrots, chopped beans, cauliflower, coriander, ginger and spring onion.
Heat oil in a sauce pan, add the cumin seeds when it crackles add chopped ginger, followed by chopped vegetables and spices and sauté, cover the saucepan cook under steam until the vegetables are tender (around 5 minutes) and keep aside.
Cut the brie cheese into cubes
Once tender, mash the potatoes and mix with the vegetable mixture and check for seasoning
Portion the mixture, stuff the brie cheese into it, and shape the cake, make a batter with flour, salt and water.
Dip the cake into the batter and crumb and keep to one side whilst you make the salsa and dipping sauce.

chilli mayonnaise

Fry the vegetable cake until golden brown and crispy and drain on a kitchen paper towel until ready to serve.
Saute the asparagus in butter and Tempered cumin seeds, seasoned it.
Take pasta bowl, keep the asparagus, place the fried cake on top, put a quenelle of chiili mayo on top , drizzle with balsamic glaze and garnish it with micro herbs , edible flowers and chery tomato.

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