Cooked in a countryside, at a hemp farm on an opened fire. Originally the recipe was for a baby food lentil stew. Then we added some upgrades in the process. Fire gave it a nice smoky taste.
- 0.7 kilograms lentils
- 1 kilogram potatoes
- 7 kilograms carrots
- 5 yellow onions
- 6 roots (topinambur, Jerusalem artichoke)
- 1 eggplant
- 4 garlic (teeth)
- chives (bundle of)
- hemp oil
- pink salt
- ground pepper
- cayenne pepper
- rye bread (no yeast)
- olive oil
- 15 liters Spring! Water
- Get someone to prepare the fireplace and start the fire. Find a big cattle. Find some helpers.
- Peel and slice potatoes, carrots, topinambur, chop onions and garlic. Combine in a large cattle, add olive oil, ground salt and pepper, stir together. Set aside.
- Slice the eggplant in 5-6 thin slices, place on a plate, ground pink salt on them, gently massage the salt to cover all the eggplants. Set aside for 10 minutes. Then rinse and slice into small peaces.
- Place the cattle over fire. Stir fast, not letting anything burn to the surface. After 3-4 minutes, when onions get golden, add lentils, one handful at a time, not stopping to stir. After all lentils are in, stir for 1 more minute, then add water. Meanwhile, ask someone to chop the chives.
- Stir all the time, avoiding smoke biting your eyes. Stir for around 10 minutes, until the water evaporates.
- Take off from fire, add seasonings, hemp seeds, hemp dressing, half of chives, stir together, cover with a lid. Leave it covered for 10 more minutes, so the flavors synchronize. Leave the stew and go get some flowers.
- Fill a glass jar full with water, put the dandelion flowers in. Leave for few minutes. Rinse and fill the jar with fresh water. Repeat for 3 times. This way the bitter taste of dandelion milk will wash out. Make sure to cut off the root as much as possible.
- Finally, when everyone is starving, start to decorate the stew with dandelions, cherry blossoms, hemp seeds, hemp dressing, copped chives, seasonings.
- When serving, add a spill of hemp oil. No yeast rye bread with hemp garlic paste is divine addition.
- Bon appetit!