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Sunday Cooking: Andive with an apple/lemon touch

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I’m a bit late with today’s recipe since I was studying all day.. so tiring! But after Thursday it’s all over 🙂 … and at least you’ve got an idea for dinner someday coming week! Here’s a recipe my dad makes often!

What do you need?

  • Andive (about half a crop)
  • an apple
  • lemon juice
  • potatoe cubes
  • pork meat
  • 3 slices of bacon
  • 2 spoons of vinegar
  • 1/2 teaspoon of sugar
  • 1/4 teaspoon of dried thyme
  • 3 spoons of chopped chives
  • a pinch of mustard

How do you make it?

Clean the andive and cut it into small strips and let it ‘dry’ in a constrainer. You can choose to either frying the potatoes, to bake/cook them or even use the oven. Peel the apple, rasp it and then sprinkle the lemon juice over it. Blend in a bowl a sauce out of the vinegar, mustard, thyme, sugar, chives, a bit of pepper, a bit of salt and 4 spoons of oil. Cut the meat in cubes of the size of a die.
Heat the rest of the oil in a fying-pan and bake the bacon slices for a moment. Then you take them out of the pan and chop them into very small pieces. Sprinkle the calfs liver with flour (you do not have to do this if you use pork meat) and bake them for 2 minutes and stir them constantly. Take the meat out of the pan and bake the andive now for 30 seconds while stirring them constantly as well. Add the sause, stir it all and divide the andive over two plates. Put the meat, bacon and the apple on top of it and the lukewarm potatoes around the edge of it.

Bon appetit!

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Author: Marle

Msc Strategic Management student at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Blogger at dutchfashiongirl.com, passionate about food, fashion, perfume, books..

One thought on “Sunday Cooking: Andive with an apple/lemon touch

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