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    Fried Swede With Bacon, Onions And Goat's Cheese

    Cooking Method



    4 Portions


    45 Minutes

    Cooking Time

    15 Minutes


    • 1 swede
    • 1 medium onion
    • 500g spinach
    • 200g goat's cheese
    • 50g toasted pine nuts
    • 1 clove garlic
    • 10 rashers streaky bacon
    • Micro herbs to garnish
    • 1 bunch parsley
    • 1 sprig thyme
    • Salt & pepper
    • Olive oil


    Prepare the swede by removing the thick skin and cutting the flesh into cubes. Around 1 inch x 1 inch in size.

    Cut the bacon into similar sized squares as the swede. Chop the onion into strips.

    In a pan, fry off the swede, onion, bacon and garlic, until the swede has been fully cooked through. When the swede is soft, you may add the spinach for it to wilt down. Add chopped parsley and thyme to the mix. Finish with the toasted pine nuts. Keep warm until required.

    In between two sheets of baking paper, bake 4 rashers of bacon until crisp. This will take 5-10 minutes.

    Assemble your warm salad by plating up the fried swede mix at the bottom. Top with a warmed puck of goat's cheese, the bacon crisp and finally garnishing with micro herbs.