Get into some Aussie seafood

Try these Aussie scallops for something a bit different 

With this recipe the simplest method for the actual cooking of the scallops is the key . Quickly seared in a hot pan with a dollop of organic butter , coconut oil , freshly squeezed lime plus salt & pepper . (do this last)

The rest of the ingredients depend on whats already in your fridge at home so this is what i had & what i did .

Ingredients

  • Aussie scallops x 12
  • 3 Button mushrooms
  • 6 cherry tomatoes
  • 1 carrot
  • 1/2 cup green peas
  • 1 whole beetroot
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • black rice 1/3 cup
  • 1 egg
  • shallot
  • 100 gm butter
  • 2 limes
  • i cup maca powder
  • salt & pepper

Black rice & maca pudding

Soak your black rice for 1 hour before cooking , use a rice cooker if you have one , if not boil in a pot with 1 1/2 cups of water then simmer on low for 20 minutes , then drain and let cool .

In a bowl add 1 egg , 1 cup of maca powder , 3/4 cup of water , salt & pepper , 1 teaspoon of coconut oil . Mix until combined then add the cold cooked black rice . Roll into a shape similar to a thick sausage .

In the oven

Set the oven to 180 celsius .Cut your button mushrooms in quarters & your cherry tomatoes in half plus cut your garlic into thin slivers . Roll in some salt , pepper , olive oil & bake for 35 minutes .

Add your black rice & maca pudding sausage to the oven now also

Puree’s

Boil your carrot , beetroot and peas and 3 separate pots until tender , drain then mash in their own containers adding a pinch of salt & pepper plus a teaspoon of butter .

Plating

Sear your scallops in a hot pan , build your other ingredients underneath on a plate , slice your black rice and maca pudding sausage, place your scallops and top with slivers of garlic & freshly chopped shallot .

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Where people gather every
year

Woodford Folk Festival …… You may have already heard about it & if you havn’t you’re in for a big surprise . With over 400 acts spanning 7 days , you won’t run out of things to do.

The nightly street processions are always a spectacle while you travel to your next destination . 

.From chanting monks on the hilltop at sunset to circus tents & music almost all day and night spread across over 25 stages .

Dont worry if you forget something as the rather large general store will most likely have what youre looking for . To go with that choose from 15 bars and over 200 food, craft and merchandise stalls .

I could go on for hours about this place but the best thing you could do is head over to their website at woodfordfolkfestival.com 

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