Rachel Schwartzman's recipe at Lillian Zhao's site, Further Food.
The July 19 farm share from Glade Road Growing will include potatoes, onion, kohlrabi, beets and collards. Here's a roasted salad inspired by Rachel Scwartzman's recipe (she had sweet potatoes, beets and collards to work with.)
1 cup dried chickpeas
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
2 bay leaves
potatoes, washed and cut into quarters or eights, depending on size
beets, washed and quartered
kohlrabi, washed and cut into eights
1 onion, washed, peeled and cut into eights
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
collard greens, washed and coarsely chopped
1/3 cup sesame raw sesame seeds
1 tablespoon extra virgin olive oil
1/2 cup water
1 large garlic clove
1 tablespoon of orange juice concentrate
1/2 teaspoon of cumin
1/8 teaspoon red pepper flakes
3 tablespoon of cilantro leaves
1 teaspoon miso paste
1. The night before, cook 1 cup dry chickpeas, in a medium saucepan with a heavy
bottom and a tight-fitting lid, cover with 2 cups water, and and bring
to a boil. Rinse.
Return to pot, add ½ teaspoon sea salt and 2 bay leaves and bring again to a boil
again. Cover, reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes. Let stand over
night or for at least one hour. Rinse a second time two cups of water
and bring to a boil again and simmer on low heat until soft, about 1
2.. Prep potatoes, beets, onion and kohlrabi. Toss in a bowl with olive oil, salt and pepper to coat. Roast in 425 degree F oven for 15 minutes.
3. While the vegetables are roasting, chop collards.
Remove vegetables from oven, and when cool enough, peel beets and kohlrabi, discarding peel. Toss in chopped collards and return to oven to finish roasting, 10 minutes more.
4. While the vegetables cook, to make dressing, toast sesame seeds in a hot, lightly oiled cast iron skillet, until they just begin to pop. Reserving 1 TB for garnish, combine the remaining roasted seeds with water, garlic, orange juice, cumin and cilantro in blender and process until smooth.
3. Toss vegetables and chickpeas in dressing and refrigerate. Serve chilled garnished with roasted sesame seeds and cilantro. (In the winter, you may want to serve this as a hot dish.)
As a bonus, here's Emily Horton's recipe for a raw (or lightly blanched) collard salad with potatoes and chickpeas (photo by Deb Lindsey for the Washington Post.)