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Carvery rozhdestvenskie meals for Christmas

In the center of the holiday table, traditionally, is the Christmas pudding, or, as it is called, sochivo. The very same holiday table should be composed of meat, fish, vegetable dishes, that is, to reflect and symbolize wealth, prosperity and happiness. Meat dishes for Christmas prepared from wild game and domestic animals. One of the most common and favorite holiday dishes was roast rabbit.

Roast rabbit

To cook this meat dish at Christmas, you will need: two pounds of rabbit (you can also replace the hare), 50 grams of bacon, 2 tbsp butter, 2 cups of sour cream, 0.5 cups of 9% vinegar, salt, parsley. For the garnish take 1 kg. of beet, half a tablespoon of 9% vinegar, 2 tbsp butter, 1 teaspoon flour, 1.5 tsp sugar, salt.

Marinade for 6 hours the rabbit in a marinade of vinegar and water at the rate of 1 Cup of vinegar to 6 cups of water. After 6 hours remove the bird from the marinade, clean it, RUB with salt. Rear legs and kidney area feed the pieces of bacon and place the carcass on a baking sheet. Put rabbit in the oven for 25-30 minutes, sprinkling occasionally with the fat and juice that will stand out in the cooking process. Continue reading

Very elegant and tasty

Delicious layered meat salad in the form of cake like all of my friends and acquaintances. When I invite someone to visit, they always ask, “And “the enchantress” will be?”

This wonderful salad is good because it allows you to create different variations. You can replace the ingredients, combine vegetables with other ingredients to improve the recipe of the sauce. This cake-salad always looks nice, has high taste qualities and is very nutritious.

— eggs — 5 PCs.

— crab sticks (shrimp or crab meat) — 200 g

— mushrooms — 350 g

— canned corn — 400 g

— canned pineapple — 400 g

— parsley, for decoration — optional

— mayonnaise, sour cream — to taste. Continue reading

Thailand: exotic dishes

The taste of Thai food varies greatly depending on the region where they are prepared. The food of the North-East of the country never contains coconut milk, but it has a very pungent smell and taste. Residents of the South put in priority the consumption of raw seafood and vegetables.

Rice in Thailand, as in many Eastern countries, is a very common culture. For food use many types of rice: round, elongated, brown, adhesive and many others. What is interesting here rarely use the knife, though, and actively use forks and spoons. This is because and vegetables, and meat, chicken and fish dishes, served together with rice, crushed very badly while cooking. In addition, people often come up with different soups.

Tourists who want to taste exotic dishes, often choose a dish “Yam kung”. This shrimp soup in coconut milk with spices, with a bright sour-spicy taste. It will be interesting to try and “IRTs”. This spicy papaya salad, and crab served with sticky rice. Unusual that is it should hands, rolling the rice into cakes. Among the local population popular is the rice with seafood and plenty of spices, called “Khao PA kun”. Generally, seafood is very popular in Thailand, especially in the southern part, washed by the sea. Here is almost everything budaplast very sharp. This is because in the heat of the products are very perishable. To keep them fresh, and the Thai people use so many spices. Northern cuisine is more mild. The basis is glutinous rice, to which are added other products. Continue reading

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