World best autumn Salad Recipe ✰ Mealworm Chestnut Salad & Orange Dressing ✰ | The Insect Chief #26
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Roasted mealworms and chestnuts on a baby spinach bouquet with a sweet-sour orange dressing. More autumn is hardly possible! Because of this and because the different tastes complement each other so well in the recipe, it is for me the best autumn salad recipe 2018. My autumn hit!
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Mealworm Chestnut salad on baby spinach leaves – the recipe
The ingredients mentioned below correspond exactly to the information used in the video and lead to the same result if prepared correctly.
Recipe all ingredients:
• Ingredients for 2 portions:
◦ 5 tablespoon frozen mealworms
◦ 8 Chestnuts (takes into account the dead that has to be
thrown away. )
◦ 50 g walnuts
◦ 100 g baby spinach leaves
◦ 1 orange
◦ some sliced mint leaves
◦ 2 tablespoon rape oil
◦ ½ freshly squeezed orange
◦ ½ onion
◦ 1 tablespoon mustard
◦ 1 spoon honey
◦ 1 spoon white balsamic
◦ Optional: 1 tablespoon cream cheese
Salt, Pepper and cardamom
Preheat oven to 200 degrees top/bottom heat. Cut chestnuts into pieces and soak in lukewarm water for 10 minutes. Then bake in the oven for 20 minutes. After baking, briefly place a damp tea towel on top (max. 4 minutes). Peel the chestnuts and set aside.
Rinse the mealworms under cold water. Dab dry and stir-fry in a coated pan without adding any fat until golden, slightly brownish. Also roast walnuts – same principle.
Heat some rapeseed oil in a pan. Glaze sliced onions in a pan.
Grate the orange peel. Halve the orange and press one half. Mix pressed orange juice, glazed onions, mustard, honey, white balsamic vinegar, rapeseed oil, pepper, salt, and cardamom.
Make ready all the ingredients. Arrange the salad beautifully. Cut the mint leaves finely and spread over the salad and drizzle with the orange dressing.
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