Nutrition

Miso Roast Potatoes with Wasabi Guacamole

Remedy Nutritionist has done it again with another delicious FAKEAWAY recipe! This time for mouth-watering Miso Roast Potatoes with a spicy Wasabi Guacamole. Perfect to share and washed down with some Remedy Ginger Lemon Kombucha!

MISO ROAST POTATOES WITH WASABI GUACAMOLE

Serves 4 as a snack
Gluten-free : Dairy Free : Vegan

  • 700g white potatoes, washed and cut into 1cm thick wedges
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons finely chopped nori, to serve

MISO GLAZE:

  • 3 teaspoons white miso paste
  • 3 teaspoons maple syrup (or honey if not vegan)
  • 2 teaspoons extra virgin olive oil 



WASABI GUACAMOLE:

  • 1 1/2-2 avocados, peeled, pitted and smashed
  • Juice of 1/2-1 lime, to taste
  • 2 teaspoons wasabi paste (more or less as desired)
  • sea salt and black pepper

METHOD

Heat oven to 200C and line a large baking tray with greaseproof paper. Spread potato wedges over the tray, drizzle with extra virgin olive oil, season with sea salt and toss to coat. Bake in the oven for 30-40 minutes so they are golden. Whilst potatoes are cooking whisk together ingredients for miso glaze in a bowl and prepare the wasabi guac. Once wedges are cooked, drizzle miso glaze over and toss to coat then place back in the oven for a further 15 minutes to crisp and caramelise. When ready to serve, pile the wedges into a bowl and pop the wasabi guac on the side. Sprinkle with finely chopped nori, and tuck in!

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Do Remedy drinks contain caffeine?

Do Remedy drinks contain caffeine?

Remedy Kombucha is brewed using organic tea. During fermentation, the caffeine level naturally reduces to around 10mg per 100ml which is very low.

There’s no caffeine in Remedy Switchel, Remedy Coconut Water Kefir or the Remedy Soda range.

 

What is kombucha?

We’ve all been there. That awkward feeling when everyone else is all over something, and you have a-b-s-o-l-u-t-e-l-y no idea what they are on about... kombucha what? You wanna ask, but you know it’s too damn late.

We get it. Which is why we are here with the definitive guide to the question: what on earth IS kombucha? 

Remedy Nutritionist, Jacqueline Alwill explains, in a nutshell, kombucha (often lovingly referred to as “booch”) is fermented tea.

The traditional method of making kombucha – which we follow at Remedy – involves a natural fermentation of sweet tea with a live culture. The live culture is known as a SCOBY, which stands for Symbiotic Culture of Bacteria and Yeast.

The result is a sparkling drink with sweet and sour flavours that contains the goodness of live cultures, tea polyphenols and organic acids. Better yet, it’s downright delicious! You can even brew your own booch at home – Remedy recipe   here. 

Now, before you go passing it off as a fad, you should know that it’s believed that kombucha originated in China around 2000 years ago. People around the world have been making and enjoying kombucha for thousands of years, particularly throughout Eastern Europe and Asia. Find out more about the history of kombucha   here.

At Remedy, we make our kombucha according to the same ancient traditions as the origins of kombucha. Long-aged brewed and FULL of the good stuff. In fact, Remedy started out on our founders’ Sarah and Emmet Condon’s kitchen bench, and we are still brewing with the same live culture they first started out with!

 



Is there alcohol in Remedy kombucha?

Do Remedy drinks contain alcohol?

All Remedy drinks are non-alcoholic.

Like many fermented foods and drinks, a trace amount of alcohol can be produced during the natural fermentation process but rest easy because Remedy thoroughly tests each and every batch to ensure their drinks meet the national standards for non-alcoholic drinks (below 0.5%).

There’s no need to be concerned as the trace levels of alcohol are so low, the alcohol doesn’t accumulate in the bloodstream.