Celeriac And Wild Mushroom Terrine

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Ingredients

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2 1/4 lb Courgettes
1 ts olive oil
2 1/4 lb Head of celeriac
Salt
1 Garlic; crushed
1 1/8 lb Onions; chopped
1 lb Mixed wild mushrooms
1 ds Vegetarian Worcestershire

Original recipe makes 1 servings

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Preparation

1. Line a large terrine with cling wrap. 2. Grate the courgettes and celeriac, then sweat them in a large pan with a little salt and freshly ground black pepper. 3. In a separate pan sweat the onions, garlic and mushrooms in the olive oil. Season with a dash of Worcestershire sauce. 4. Place a layer of celeriac and courgette in the base of the prepared terrine, cover with a layer of mushrooms and continue in alternating layers until all the vegetables have been used. 5. Cover the terrine with cling wrap and pierce several times to allow any excess liquid to drain away. 6. Place a heavy weight on the terrine and refrigerate for at least 2 hours. 7. Turn out and slice. Serve with apple pur?e, and garnish with chopped pepper and wild mushroom, dressed with a little olive oil.

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This looked so good but I'm afraid I was disappointed. It turned out like celery-flavoured lawn clippings. The celeriac was $2.99 per lb here on Vancouver Island and it was painful to peel and grate ... it didn't break down as well as I hoped either. If you're a determined vegetarian I would suggest substituting celery or even lovage. I spent a morning in the woods picking chanterelles which I used and wished I had used otherwise. I pressed it for 24 hours but it still remained soggy and uglied up when I sliced it. The apple puree was inspired, mind ... I may try again using something other than celeriac.
pxatkins 4 years ago
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