If you’ve got some nuts to use up, but no fresh food, and a food processor, this recipe is great. I made it up myself. No eggs, either!
300g mixed nuts
1 small onion or large clove garlic, chopped
Big handful fresh herbs: basil, parsley (or heaped tsp dried)
1 can beans (red kidney, cannellini etc)
100g dried out wholemeal bread
Generous salt n pepper
Bit of oil
It’s really easy. Put the nuts and bread into the food processor and process until all are chunky. Then put everything else in, and blend until a paste that still has chunks of nuts etc. Oil a loaf tin, and put the paste in. Put in oven at about 180 c for approx. 50 mins – but keen an eye out and check whether burning. Check middle cooked, then tip out onto a serving plate.
I chill this and wrap up portions for the freezer – I can stick it into the microwave and use throughout winter. Enjoy!
2 thoughts on “Cheap cupboard nut roast”
Nice simple recipe! Is that a 400g (14oz) tin of toms you use, or a small one?
Love your blog title! The first time I used a 400g tin but not many breadcrumbs, but it was too sloppy. So this time it was a 380g carton of tomatoes and 100g breadcrumbs. Good luck!