Almond & Pinenut Fritter with Braised Fennel, Roast Butternut Squash and White Beans
Chef Richard Buckley, owner of Acorn Vegetarian in Bath (one of the few veggie/vegan restaurants in the Michelin Guide) says: ‘We don’t use substitute products. We don’t try and make vegetables taste like meat products. However, purely by accident, these patties bear more than a passing flavour resemblance to a very famous Spanish sausage‚Ä¶ They are deep and robust in flavour, so the rest of the dish has a sweeter more delicate balance to let the flavours mingle and flow. It’s full of vegetables but tastes a bit meaty, its robust flavours that are light and delicate. It’s a dish of contradictions, but it is yummy.’
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