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Roasted Autumn Vegetable Salad

Estimated Nutritional Profile
Nutrient Quantity
Protein (g)565.3692
Energy (kCal)58328.12
Carbohydrates (g)1095.6352
Total fats (g)5881.4156
Temporal Sequence of Cooking Processes
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    Utensils Used
    | 1. To cook the beetroots: trim the stalk, not cutting the root as this prevents the beetroot from bleeding. | 2. Place the beetroots in a small saucepan, cover with cold water and add a pinch of salt. | 3. Bring to a rapid simmer and cook for 50-60 minutes until tender. | 4. Rather than piercing them to check their tenderness, lift the beetroots from the water and gently pull at the skin with your thumb. | 5. If the skin feels loose and is easy to remove, the beetroots are ready to be drained and left to cool. | 6. Preheat the oven to 200C or 400 degrees F. | 7. To cook the parsnips and carrots: peel the carrots and parsnips, trim away the top stalk and quarter lengthwise to produce sharp sticks. | 8. The central core of the parsnips can also be trimmed away, should they appear to be woody. | 9. The vegetables can be roasted from absolutely raw, but a short blanching will give them a creamier finish. | 10. Preheat a roasting tray on top of the stove, adding the oil. | 11. Add the carrots and parsnips and fry on all sides until well coloured. | 12. Season with salt and pepper. | 13. Place the roasting tray in the preheated oven and cook for 15-20 minutes, turning the vegetables from time to time, until they are becoming crispy. | 14. Remove the vegetables from the oven and season with salt and pepper. | 15. These are best served very warm, rather than piping hot. | 16. While the carrots and parsnips are roasting, dice the beetroots. | 17. To make the dressing, whisk together the mustard, soured cream and vinegar. | 18. The oil can now be trickled in as you whisk, allowing it to emulsify with the cream. | 19. If the dressing is too thick, simply loosen with a little water. | 20. Season with salt and pepper. | 21. You may only need half to two thirds of the dressing; any leftover can be kept in the fridge for several days to be used with other salads. | 22. Once the beetroot is diced, mix half with the dressing and this will create a pink rippled effect. | 23. Arrange the carrots and parsnips in a rustic fashion on four serving plates, sprinkling with the remaining diced beetroots. | 24. Or, if using grated beetroots, simply divide between the plates. | 25. Break the walnut halves into pieces and mix them with the salad leaves, then drizzle with extra walnut oil, if liked. | 26. Season with salt and pepper and sprinkle on top of the carrots and parsnips. | 27. Spoon over and around with the beetroot and soured cream dressing to finish. | ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Estimated Nutritional Profile for Ingredients
    Ingredient Name Quantity Unit State Energy (kcal) Carbohydrates Protein (g) Total Lipid (Fat) (g)
    beetroot 2 - - - -
    carrot 4 100.04 23.3752 2.2692 0.5856
    parsnip 4 - - - -
    olive oil 2 tablespoons 238.68 0.0 0.0 27.0
    walnut 6 shelled 12022.4 0.0 0.0 1360.0
    salad green 100 g mixed 427.0 7.36 1.9 43.33
    salt pepper - - - -
    dijon mustard 1 1/2 1/2 - - - -
    cream 100 sour 45540.0 1064.9 561.2 4450.5
    sherry wine vinegar 2 tablespoons - - - -
    walnut oil 100 12022.4 0.0 0.0 1360.0

    - Means that suitable USDA nutrition profile could not be mapped for this ingredient-unit combination.

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