About this recipe:A delicious, filling winter warming food full of great fresh veg and a tasty crunchy cheese scone topping!
1/2 bulb fresh garlic, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1/2 a swede
1 sweet potato
3 florets of cauliflower
3 florets of broccoli
6 or 7 mushrooms
1 punnet of cherry tomatoes
2 tbsp cornflour
stock mixed with water
225g self raising flour
4 tbsp butter
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Method Prep:20min › Cook:30min › Ready in:50min
Pre heat oven to 180 C / Gas mark 4.
Saute the onion and garlic in some oil over medium heat. Add swede, carrot, sweet potato and cauliflower. (You might like to pre-boil the harder veg a little to reduce cooking time.) Cook for 2-3 minutes over medium high heat, then add mushrooms, tomatoes, broccoli.
Mix cornflour with 2 tbsp water to form a bit of a paste. Mix water and stock until stock dissolves. Add to mix in pot.
Stir and simmer for a while, add oregano and then transplant into ovenproof dish. Place in oven for 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, sift flour into bowl, add butter and cheese and rub together. Add oregano if you like. In a seperate bowl, beat egg and milk then stir in to dry mixture to make a dough. Roll out and cut into small circles about 5cm across.
Take dish out of oven and place the little circles around the edges of the dish just crossing over a little. Brush dough bits with milk. Sprinkle extra cheese over the whole lot.
Return dish to oven and increase temperature to 200 C / gas 6. Cook for a further 10-15 mins until scones have risen and turned golden brown.
This was great got my little boy eating cauliflower and broccoli which he normally only east when covered in cheese sauce. It was really easy to make and I will definitely be adding it to our regular meals. - 01 May 2010
Very enjoyable. Easy to make, tweak it a bit by changing the veg ,and a tsp cayanne pepper,also it doesn't say how much stock to add ,I put in 500ml, which I don't think is anyway enough, I'll double he amount next time, and add a fair amount of shallots, or even a jar of silver skin pickled onions. The cobbler was delicious . - 09 Jan 2014