A great nut loaf is a truly lovely, if rare creature. Like it’s meatloaf cousin, when done right it is a comfort food classic; hearty and warming, tender and delicious. Scott Graham makes a traditional nut roast full of hazelnuts and chestnuts, flecked with aromatic thyme and sage, along with parsnips and sweet potatoes for sweetness. Each loaf is wrapped in napa cabbage before being steamed, which helps lock in flavour and moisture. Slices are topped with a savoury cremini mushroom sauce and served with an asparagus salad on the side.
#GF #vegetarian (contains eggs & dairy)
Scott Graham for the past 2 decades he has been decorating tables as a florist. A passionate vegetarian for 35 years, he is a whole foods home cook with a flair for the hearty and savory. Having worked in Toronto vegetarian restaurants in the 80’s and 90’s he is still evolving and experimenting with recipes that suit the savory palate.
Every Friday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.
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