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Ingredients and method

Ingredients ‘hete bliksem*’

  • 500 gr potatoes (Bildstar)
  • 200 gr dry potato mass
  • 150 gr green apple puree
  • 150 gr oat milk
  • 50 gr pickled apple
  • 25 gr Bolenius spice oil
  • 3 gr salt

Ingredients fried oyster mushrooms

  • 1000 gr oyster mushrooms, torn into thin strips
  • 100 gr sunflower oil
  • 200 gr shallot base
  • xantana

Ingredients shallot base

  • 500 gr shallots
  • 200 gr natural vinegar
  • 10 gr salt
  • 100 gr sunflower oil
  • 200 gr pickled apple

Ingredients buckwheat crisps

  • 50 gr dried buckwheat
  • Sunflower oil
  • Some salt if necessary
  • Other ingredients
  • Pumpkin seed oil
  • 1 Granny smith apple
  • Morar Shoots, Sweet Lov, Sweet Peeper, Talpa Shoots and Feather Tops. (As many white vegetables as possible)

Method hot lightning

  • Peel the potatoes.
  • Cut into quarters and rinse off excess starch.
  • Cook until tender and drain. Allow to steam dry. Press through a fine sieve.
  • Using a hand blender, blend all ingredients except the dry potato mixture until smooth and bring to a boil.
  • Slowly add the apple oat milk mixture to your potato mass and make a smooth puree with a pan drier.

Method fried oyster mushrooms

  • Sauté the shallots with some salt until completely glazy in 100 gr of sunflower oil.
  • Deglaze with the vinegar and reduce completely.
  • Add the water and continue cooking until you have a final product of 500 gr.
  • Turn this mass smooth in the blender and add the xantana and pickled

Recipe: Luc Kusters

*Hete bliksem is a traditional Dutch meal consisting of mashed potatoes, apples, and bacon. The name of the dish means hot lightning, referring to the fact that mashed apples keep mashed potatoes hot for a longer period of time, so the higher temperature can cause the burning of one's palate.
Recipes vary from one cook to another, but hete bliksem remains a favorite side dish of numerous Dutch families.

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