With trying to branch out in our cooking and the gluten free experiment I have to get creative in how I use the ingredients. That includes trying to use veg that I really don’t like. Being a supertaster I’ve been limited because things like squash, sweet potato, zucchini, etc can be bitter to me. Fortunately I’m having success in making these ingredients palatable for me but still letting some of that flavour that my family likes through. Which is great because I’d love to be more seasonal with the local foods. Kind of makes me wish I tried this before!
There was some sweet potato and rutabaga in the fridge that needed to be used up plus a bin full of apples. I chopped up the sweet potato and rutabaga and covered with two cups chicken stock and 1 cup water. Cook on a high simmer until they are about half cooked.
Add some sage and lemon thyme and one chopped apple. Finish cooking the sweet potato and rutabaga.
While this is cooking, brown the pork in a skillet and finish it by baking. Mix some olive oil, lemon juice, and salt and pepper. Set aside and chop up some mustard greens. In a food processor spoon in the sweet potato, rutabaga, and apple leaving the liquid in reserve. Add 1/4 cup of dry white wine. Pulse while adding the cooking liquid a bit at a time until you get the consistency you want. Layer the pork over the puree and top with the mustard greens. Dress with the olive oil and lemon.
Next time I would use a little less rutabaga but we had to use it up. Other than that I can say I like sweet potato. In some things. 😉