Plum Pureé Hostility

Plum Pureé Hostility Nearly Suitable For Vegetarians nearly suitable for vegetarians Biscuit Threat Low low biscuit injury risk

2015, Chef Kath

Plum Pureé Hostility This recipe was created using the Ready, Steady, Chuck! EXPRESS rules.

Ingredients used in Plum Pureé Hostility


Signature ingredient: Weetabix

  • Weetabix
  • chopped tomatoes
  • tuna chunks
  • plums
  • vegetable soup
  • strawberry sundae


Basic Weetabix patties are for frugalistas who need a basic base for meal planning on a budget. This recipe takes this simple cookery to the next level.

Break up some of the Weetabix into a bowl and add two generous tablespoons of the tinned tomatoes. Mix together to make smooth savoury patties.

Plum tagliatelle, the basis for the ragout

Heat a little oil in a frying pan and shallow fry the savoury patties until golden brown on both sides.

Using a sharp knife, carefully pare off the skin of the plums so as to make a fine tagliatelle, which will be the base for the ragout.

Pour the soup into a bowl, carefully separating out the vegetable chunks. Set these aside and add the tuna flakes to them. Microwave these for 1 minute to soften and add the plum tagliatelle to finish off the ragout.

Crush some Weetabix and add to a pan with three plums, stewing this to make a pureé.

Crush more Weetabix with a little of the strawberry sundae to make a biscuit base. Set this on a plate and refrigerate for a few minutes so that it hardens. Mix the remaining strawberry sundae with some more Weetabix to form sweet patties, and shallow fry these in the same way as the savoury tomato patties earlier.

Plate the savoury and sweet patties alongside the plum ragout on the biscuit base and serve.

Chef Al: "The blandness of Weetabix, offset by the chemical glow of artificial strawberry."

Chef Andrew: "There's just too much Weetabix and not enough tomato."

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