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No. 723497

Post any recipes here! Your favorites or ones you tried out and how it went/any way you improved upon it.

No. 723503

I make these frequently

No. 723913

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These halloumi tacos are banging, I make them all the time. Not a shill for hellofresh, I buy the ingredients from the supermarket and just steal their recipes.

Sometimes I play around with what veggies I add, but the original recipe is great on it's own.


https://www.hellofresh.co.uk/recipes/halloumi-pepper-and-sweetcorn-tacos-5e456b07071c7a64525ba9bc

No. 729277

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Anons, I highly recommend making your own beet leaven (or kvass/zakvass, as it is called in eastern europe) and drinking it every day. It's basically a fermented beet juice - very tasty, easy to make and ridiculously good for your immune system and overall health. I've been drinking it for almost 2 months now and there's a noticeable improvement in my general wellbeing, plus my skin and nails are starting to look better.
Here's a basic recipe in english: https://healthyplanbyann.com/zakwas-wigilijny-barszcz-czerwony/

And some tips from me:
- beets need to be raw, peeled, cleaned thoroughly and cut into quarters.
- skip the sourdough rye bread and ferment the beets for 5-7 days, NOT 3-4 as the recipe says; bread is supposed to speed up the fermentation process, but is not necessary, especially if you have never fermented anything before, as it can cause mold in your leaven.
- you can add spices such as cumin, ginger root, allspice or cilantro. I like adding a slice of lemon.
- it's not necessary to cover the jar with something heavy. From my experience it's much better to use a cheesecloth and fasten it with a rubber band to let the leaven "breathe", like in the picture. Keep the jar in a dry, moderately warm place.
- check the jar every day (twice daily if you have the time). When there's foam on the surface, remove it with a spoon and stir the leaven a little bit.
- important: never touch the leaven with a spoon that hasn't been cleaned in boiling water. The glass jar you're using for fermentation also needs to be sterilized before you start!
- it's best to use a wooden or ceramic spoon, but metal is also fine. Just don't use plastic.
- beets must be entirely covered with water at all times, otherwise they might grow mold and you'll have to throw the whole thing away. You can prevent pieces from floating up by packing them really tightly inside the jar.
- you might notice a sort of plaque floating on the surface, but as long as it's not mold (white/green and fuzzy), you're fine. It's a byproduct of fermentation and can be removed along with the foam.
- once the fermentation is finished, strain the leaven through a gauze-covered sieve and pour it into a clean jar. Close it tightly and you can store it in a fridge for up to two weeks.
- drink 1/2 glass every morning before breakfast. You can try drinking a full glass, but it's better to start with smaller amounts until your gut gets used to it.

I know it sounds a bit complicated at first, but it's really not! Honestly, I find the whole process kind of fun, like I'm a witch brewing a potion lmao. It's definitely worth trying for the health benefits.

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>>729277
Thank you anon!!! Fermented beets are kinda spendy the part of the US I live in. Definitely trying out your recipe. Looks and sounds amazing.

No. 729331

>>729296
Glad I could help! Try fermented beets with grated apple and few drops of lemon juice and olive oil, or with orange bits and feta cheese. That's how I like to eat them after I put the leaven away in jars. I wonder why are they charging so much for fermented beets though? A kilogram of beets costs basically pennies where I live and fermenting them doesn't exacly require culinary mastery. You just put them in water with some salt and spices and wait lol. Anyway, I hope you'll be enjoying your own delicious beets soon!

Oh, and a tip for easy jar sterilization. Heat up the oven to 220F and put your jars in there for 30 minutes, without lids. Lids need to be boiled in water for 10 minutes.

No. 729344

>>723497
I make a salad almost every day with tomatos (cherry is best), cucumbe, and kalamata olives with any greens I have. I like using arugula the best but spinach is also good too. It's also very good to add lettuce with the arugula for more crunchy.
Once it's mixed and saladed I add olive oil and pepper(the olives make it plenty salty) and HUMMUS it turns out really good and filling. If i have leftover protein especially schnitzel i put that too.
I don't add hummus all the time but it does elevate it, the salad is quick and easy and delicious

No. 737014

I'm in dire need of a good baked mac n cheese recipe. Does any nonny have one?



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