Creating an Appetite for Life
The Maggie Beer Foundation believe our elders deserve the life-altering impact of fresh, wholesome, seasonal food, abundant with flavour
Preheat a fan forced oven to 180c and line two oven trays with parchment paper. Slice the potatoes 5mm thick and place into a large bowl with oil, salt and pepper, toss to evenly coat. Spread the potatoes (single layer) over the prepared trays and bake in the oven for 25-35 minutes or until golden. (You may need to turn during cooking). Remove from the oven, set aside. Peel and thinly slice the onion, place into a large frypan with oil and seasoning, cook over medium high heat until caramelized, set aside. Tear the kale, place into a large bowl with the dressing and mix well, leave to sit for 5 minutes before adding all the remaining ingredients; parsley, cranberries, ham, potatoes and onion, toss well and serve immediately. Ability Medium Season Festive Can Be prepared a day ahead, assemble just before serving Cost $1.38 per 110g (approx.) Equipment Stove...
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