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Steamed Nut Loaf, Pudding or Mock Roast Turkey



16 portion(s)


  • 100 g raw cashews
  • 160 g raw walnuts
  • 135 g stale bread of choice, (I use day old spelt sourdough)
  • 3 eggs, large
  • 260 g water
  • 1 onion
  • 1-2 cloves garlic
  • 1 tbsp vegetable stock concentrate, (can use chicken or vegetable)
  • 30 g extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp tomato paste
  • 1/2 bunch parsley, including stalks, (or 1 tsp dried herbs of choice)

Recipe's preparation

  1. 1. Place cashews and walnuts into TM bowl and grind 30 seconds on speed 9. Set aside.


    2. Place roughly chopped parsley and stale bread into TM bowl and chop 5-10 seconds, speed 7; scrape down sides.


    3. Add remaining ingredients into TM bowl and mix 15-20 seconds, speed 6, until well combined.


    4. Pour mixture into well greased pudding basin and place a piece of baking paper over the top secured with a rubber band (I found that when I put the lid on the pudding basin, the varoma lid did not close). Place pudding basin into varoma dish and put varoma lid on.


    5. Without washing TM bowl, pour 1.2L of boiling water, straight from the kettle into TM bowl; set the timer to 50 minutes, varoma temperature, speed 2.5.


    The pudding is ready when the middle starts to rise. If unsure, test with a skewer, if it comes out clean, it is ready to be consumed.


    Tip onto a plate, slice it up and serve with your favourite sauce or gravy. E.g. mushroom and parsley or homemade tomato gravy.


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If there are left overs, slices can be used as a sandwich filler; yummy with mayo, mustard and tomato.

This is perfect for a vegetarian Festive celebration e.g. Christmas roast - mock turkey.

This recipe can be found at //radishandpear.com/steamed-nut-loaf/

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