Fresh, fruity and summery: a salad with chanterelle and polenta flavored with Kotányi herbs. Served with fresh blackberries, this salad is something special.
Ingredients 2 Portions
- 200 gLeaf salad
- 400 gChanterelles
- 300 gBlackberries
- 2 tbsp.Oil
For the dressing
For the polenta
- 700 mlVegetable stock
- 700 mlOat milk
- 400 gPolenta
- 100 gParmesan
- 1 tbsp.Butter
- 1 pinchCayenne Pepper, Ground
To make the polenta: Bring 1 tsp. of the Kotányi herbs to the boil along with the vegetable stock and the oat milk. As soon as it is boiling, carefully stir the polenta into the boiling liquid.
Now simmer the polenta over a low heat. We recommend stirring regularly, as this prevents the polenta from sticking to the bottom of the pan and burning. After around 20 minutes, the polenta should be cooked through and ready.
While the polenta is cooking: Grate the Parmesan and stir it into the mixture after 20 minutes. Season the polenta with Kotányi Salt and Kotányi Cayenne Pepper to taste, then allow to cool in a bowl. Preferably leave it in the fridge overnight.
Give the salad a good wash and dish up onto a plate. Then garnish with the blackberries.
Now mix all the ingredients for the dressing and put to one side for later. Wash the chanterelles thoroughly under running water and pat dry with paper towel. Heat a little oil in a pan and fry the chanterelles. Season with a pinch of Kotányi Pepper and Kotányi Sea Salt.
Shape the polenta into dumplings by hand. They don't all have to be the same size! Heat the butter in a pan and fry the dumplings on both sides until golden brown.
Garnish the salad with the chanterelles and the homemade dressing. Also arrange the polenta dumplings on the plate and enjoy.