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How to cook woody black Chinese compressed mushrooms

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I love mushrooms very much – different kinds of mushrooms – pickled, boiled, in salads and soups. And since Chinese pressed mushrooms appeared in our market, for me it has become even easier to cook them. Black Chinese pressed mushrooms have range of advantages over the same hothouse champignons: they are dry and pressed. It is convenient to carry them with you for example in a trip. And in general it’s convenient to store them – they don’t occupy much place and you always have some supply. From package only of matchbox’s size as a result you may get a bowl of mushrooms and then use them anywhere you want. As ...

How to marinade cucumbers dry

Date:      Author:     Category: Appetizers
A cucumber is a kind of vegetable that can barely be kept fresh even in the fridge. I’ve been marinating cucumbers dry for several years and this way I get tasty cucumbers simply and quickly. Due to dry marinating the cucumbers become more delicious and they remain fresh marinated up to a week, and if marinated classically they salt down after 2 or 3 days. Cucumbers Garlic Dill Salt A polythene bag The ingredient set is rather simple. You can try different spices. Wash the dill well. It would be better to use the dill bloom for ...

How to cook exotic salad with beetles grubs

Date:      Author:     Category: Exotic dishes
Holiday spent in Thailand allowed to bring with me not only a lot of unforgettable impressions, but also several very exotic recipes. The use of insects for food, not intelligible for fastidious Europeans, is very much used in traditional Thai cuisine. Impressionable people I don’t recommend to read the recipe of this salad, but for all others free of prepossession of eating insects it will be interesting. Beetles grubs Salad Celery Soy sauce Lemon juice Sesame If to trust countless scientific studies, humanity will ...

How to cook tasty dinner from yesterday’s rice

Date:      Author:     Category: Dinner
Who is not familiar with such a situation when you look into a fridge and understand that from yesterday’s plenty of things you have only garnish left, and its large amount at that. And so that it won’t be wasted you have to build a supper from it in some way. Different casseroles springing to mind, but their cooking usually takes much time. And here, is it possible for half an hour? Easily! Boiled rice - 10-14 oz (300-400 g) Chicken fillet - 10-14 oz (300-400 g) Onion - 1 piece Carrot - 1 piece Tomatoes - 1-2 pieces Salt, pepper, spices to your ...

How to cook chicken soup with pasta

Date:      Author:     Category: Entrees
The tastiest soup is made of a farmer’s chicken: here you taste rich brew, nice aroma, and delicious meat. Cooking process of this soup does not present any difficulty, in addition nowadays it is easy to buy farmer’s poultry in large grocery stores or markets. Usually these farmer’s chickens have a corresponding title on the label, and their taste really differs from broiler ones. Just be attentive not to buy too "senior" chicken but yet I have not been unlucky with my choice done in a grocery store. If you do not prefer the taste of farmer’s chicken you may cook the soup with pasta of any chicken. Well, we ...

How to cook turkey cutlets with cheese

Date:      Author:     Category: Dinner
It is quite a simple recipe of cooking cutlets of turkey meat, in the result they are very juicy due to the melted butter with a piquant taste of cheese. Turkey fillet Onion – 1 piece Hard cheese White bread-crumb Milk Salt Butter for filling Flour for breading Seed oil for frying Cut turkey fillet into pieces, put them into the blender bowl and mince it. Soak white bread-crumb in milk, cut some cheese and onion into pieces, put all the ingredients into the bowl with minced meat, add some salt at your taste and ...

How to cook buckwheat porridge with mushrooms

Date:      Author:     Category: Dinner
One day I was eager to cook buckwheat porridge with mushrooms. We often eat buckwheat porridge in our family, and my husband is especially keen on it. But simply porridge is one thing, and porridge with mushrooms is something entirely different. You need some buckwheat, mushrooms, vegetable oil, onion, dill and spices. Mushrooms Buckwheat A saucepan A pan Onion Salt Vegetable oil Dill Butter Take the mushrooms, this time I opt for porcini and bay boletes. Wash them, if they are big, cut them in two and ...

How to make meat soup in a clap

Date:      Author:     Category: Entrees
It often happens that you forget to get the meat out of refrigerator, and you have no time to monkey with the “true” broth, but you are eager to have some soup. In this case this simple way of soup preparation can be very suitable. What is more, we won’t use tinned meat, but the fresh one we’ve just got out of the fridge. Meat (low-fat pork is preferable) - 7-10 oz (200-300 g) Onion - 1 piece Small carrot - 1 piece Potatoes of medium size - 4 pieces Rice - 1/2 glass Salt, pepper, bay leaf at option Some greenery A saucepan Put the ...

How to make stuffed eggs

Date:      Author:     Category: Appetizers
It is one of the numerous recipes of stuffed eggs. It can scarcely be considered as dietetic, but it is very simple and quick, even kids can cope with it. What is more, you will only ordinary products that can definitely be found in any fridge. Eggs - 6 pieces Any canned fish in oil - 3.5 oz Mayonnaise - 1-2 tbsp Mustard - 1-2 tbsp Onion - 1 pieces Some fresh dill Salt, pepper at taste Begin from cooking the eggs hard. After that cut each egg in two parts lengthwise. Carefully take the yolks away with a tea ...

How to make farmer cheese pudding with carrots

Date:      Author:     Category: Dinner
Your folks refuse to eat pure farmer cheese? If so, offer them a farmer cheese pudding. As for me, I am not a farmer cheese fan neither, but if baked, the cheese transforms into a delightful dessert that can be taken either as a main course, or as a baking to have your tea with. Today I’d like to tell about the pudding with carrots. Traditionally, people bake farmer cheese with raisins and apples. I dislike raisins in baked food, and as for apples, using them is boring and trivial. Recently I’ve taken up making farmer cheese pudding with carrots. It is not only original, but also ...