“Do you know that this is the best veggies lunch for ages? Do you have this on your blog?” my husband asked when we sat at the lunch table. He is not that fond of vegetarian dishes and likes his steak. It was perhaps the pesto and richness of walnut oil, and the sweetness of roasted leek that made the lunch quite substantial.
My inspiration and recipe comes from Pinterest@happyheartedkitchen, and the great pictures. Thank you!
This is my photo and variation of the recipe:
1. Emmerotto: 2 dl of farro, water – soak for an hour, rinse, cook for half an hour
2. Roasted leek: two leeks, olive oil, salt and pepper – rinse, soak in boiling water for half an hour, put on a baking sheet, sprinkle with oil, salt and pepper, roast for half an hour n 175 C
3. Walnut pesto: zest and juice of half a lemon, 1 tbsp walnut oil, 2 tbsp olive oil and a large handful of rocket – put in a blender and mix
Mix all the three parts and leave half of the pesto to be served on the side.