Tuesday, September 2, 2008

What’s in the Share---Week 17

This week brings lots of root vegetables. You can enjoy them all at once if you roast them. This week’s recipe actually includes some of last week’s vegetables, but is just as good substituting this week’s veggies.

Leftover Pakoras
Pakoras are an Indian snack of fried, battered vegetables. In this version, we used some squash we had baked and put in the fridge, and leftover greens to make small meatballs. You can substitute potato for the squash, and any vegetables you want for the greens. We gave it an Indian flavor by topping with a yogurt and curry powder dressing.

2 cups baked squash (baked per last week’s recipe)
1 cup Kale with Vinegar and Egg
or other leftover greens chopped

¼ cup flour
Flour to coat pakoras
Vegetable or other cooking oil

Scoop out and mash the squash pulp. Mix in a bowl with the greens and flour and form small balls. Roll in flour to coat. In a skillet, fry until golden brown. Drain on paper.

Bulk List
CSA Bulk Week of 9/1/08

Item Member Cost Non- Member Cost

Dried herbs: $1.75 $2.00
thyme, marjoram, dried hot peppers,
lovage, lavendar flowers, coriander, oregano

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