Sweet Swede & Miso Patty

The poor old swede is made into a wonderful sweet ingredient in these delicious patties!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)
Serves 4 Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Swede (medium) 1/2
Flour same amount as grated swede
Miso (red) 1.5 tbsp

Method

1
This is a swede, also called rutabaga.
2
Peel and grate the swede. It's quite hard so microwave for 3-4 minutes first to soften. Or use a food processor without microwaving it.
3
There is almost no moisture in a swede so pat dry lightly. Put in bowl and add the same amount of flour.
4
Add the miso paste (with dashi). If the miso doesn't have dashi in it, add some dashi granules. Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly.
5
Make small meatball shapes with the mixture then flatten to make patties. Put some oil in a frying pan and fry on medium heat.
6
Turn over after 2.5 minutes and fry again for 2.5 minutes until nice and golden.

Tips & Note

I normally use a swede for chopping up and adding to meat or vegetable stews but I wondered one day whether I could find a recipe to really make the sweet swede a star.

Sweet Swede & Miso Patty

The poor old swede is made into a wonderful sweet ingredient in these delicious patties!

Recipe By: tomato girl (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/54)

Serves 4

Cook: 20 min

Ingredients

Swede (medium) 1/2
Flour same amount as grated swede
Miso (red) 1.5 tbsp

Sweet Swede & Miso Patty

Recipe ID :248 Posted on 13 APR 2015

Serves 4

Cook 20min
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The poor old swede is made into a wonderful sweet ingredient in these delicious patties!

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Ingredients

Method

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20min
1
This is a swede, also called rutabaga.
2
Peel and grate the swede. It's quite hard so microwave for 3-4 minutes first to soften. Or use a food processor without microwaving it.
3
There is almost no moisture in a swede so pat dry lightly. Put in bowl and add the same amount of flour.
4
Add the miso paste (with dashi). If the miso doesn't have dashi in it, add some dashi granules. Mix all the ingredients together thoroughly.
5
Make small meatball shapes with the mixture then flatten to make patties. Put some oil in a frying pan and fry on medium heat.
6
Turn over after 2.5 minutes and fry again for 2.5 minutes until nice and golden.

Tips & Note

I normally use a swede for chopping up and adding to meat or vegetable stews but I wondered one day whether I could find a recipe to really make the sweet swede a star.

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