Polenta is a kind of ground cornmeal that is traditionally used in many foods, with the addition of liquid it thickens up and becomes a much more filling product. This is a great recipe for vegetarians 🙂
500ml Vegetable stock
50g Grated parmesan (we added extra)
1 garlic clove
20g flat leaf parsley
3 different coloured peppers
1 Red onion
50ml olive oil
5g dried oregano
1. Wash all the vegetables, cut into even sizes and peel the skin off the garlic. Prepare the stock, finely chop the parsley and grate the parmesan.
2. Bring the stock to the boil and then quickly whisk in the polenta until it thickens. Let it cool down slightly before beating in the parmesan and eggs then season with parsley and thyme.
3. Leave to cool in a tray lined with cling film then bake for 15 minutes or until golden.
4. Place the chopped vegetables onto a tray drizzling with olive oil, dried oregano and the crushed garlic. Bake the vegetables for 15 minutes also until they start to brown.
5. They should both be finished at the same time and you can serve it with a simple tomatoe sauce.
*to be honest some of the vegetables could have been roasted a little longer but that wasn’t a problem*