Peel the celeriac and dice it in cubes of 1 cm by 1 cm. (If you have to cut a whole celeriac, have a bowl with lemon water ready in which to soak the pieces to prevent them going black before cooking.) Peel the potato and cut it into cubes of 1 cm by 1 cm. Place the celeriac and the potato in the steam basket of your Babycook®. Put water into the tank (level 3) and start cooking. Peel the apple and cut it into thick wedges. In a frying pan over low heat, add 5 g of butter, then the apples. Cook them by turning them gently BUT avoid crushing them. Once the celeriac and the potato are cooked, mix them in the Babycook® incorporating the remaining butter and the cream. In a hot non-stick pan, season the "slice" of black pudding and cook it over a high heat for 2 minutes on each side. Serve immediately with the celeriac and potato purée and the caramelled apples
Pour les
curieux de nutrition
In this recipe, black pudding is on the spotlight. During pregnancy, the pregnant woman has a special need for iron, which prevents her from becoming anemic and permits the baby to make the blood he needs. Black pudding is very rich in iron because it contains 13 mg of iron for 100g of pudding, which is almost the recommended daily intake. Iron of animal origin is better absorbed than that of vegetable origin (from lentils, for example). If you have a real distaste for black pudding, iron from an animal is found in red meat, for example a burger, steak, roast beef, lamb, sheep ... , in any event black pudding is a food to be eaten twice a month maximum, given its richness in fat.
En remplacement
pour les intolérants
To lactose In this case, mix the potato and celeriac finely and add a teaspoon of olive oil to make the contents milder. To caramelize the apples, choose a vegetable margarine, allowing the apple to brown, without the addition of lactose contained in butter.
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