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Salads with chips

Once upon a time, more than 150 years ago, potato chips were the snack, designed exclusively for high society. Chips at that time were on the menu for the most expensive restaurants in America. It is in the USA appeared first on potato chips.

In our country the chips were made relatively recently, in the 60-ies of the last century. They were called crispy potato slices.

In General, chips are prepared according to two main technologies. In classical variant the potatoes washed, cleaned and cut into thin slices which are then fried in deep fat. A more modern way of cooking is that the potato pre-make mashed potatoes, which then form future chips.

Such a product can be easily cooked at home. It is desirable to have a special grater to get thin slices of potato. A significant disadvantage of home cooking, and indeed manufacturing, is prolonged exposure to hot vegetable oil is formed on the slices of potato carcinogens that is very harmful for the body.

Potato chips — a favorite of many, especially children, snack. But do not forget that in the process of making chips, namely their frying in vegetable oil, the formation of harmful substances such as acrylamide free, cancerogene and TRANS fatty acids. So do not fall in love with the use of this product. Continue reading

The most expensive dishes of the world

In this issue you’ll learn about the products and dishes that even the celebrities do not always afford. Do you know what part of the world’s most expensive dumplings? Do you know how to grow the most expensive potatoes on the planet? Here is a list of foods that are rich not every day can afford.

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1. Dumplings.

Many will surprise the presence in this list dumplings – a favorite dish of most Russians. However, Russian pelmeni, have secured a place in the ranking. The most expensive dumplings in the world can be found in the restaurant “Golden Gates” in the Bronx, new York. The main visitors are Russian immigrants. The feature of the dish is that their composition is not only tender veal, pork and salmon, but also iron fish-torch or Curtius Flame Fish, who lives at great depth. Due to this addition of dumplings emit an unusual blue-green light, which, however, does not prevent them to remain edible and tasty. Portion of the eight dumplings in a restaurant costs $ 2,400, and from 16 – 4400. Continue reading

The most expensive food

In the world of wealth and luxury will always be a demand for exclusivity. Some of the rich, the desire to explore something new, ready to pay the sum comparable with the cost of luxury cars. Before you – the most expensive food in the world:

10. Matsutake mushrooms (mattaka)

To buy 500 grams of these mushrooms will have to shell out $ 1,000. Mushrooms originally from Japan but grow in other Asian countries. The number of matsutake decreased because of the insects which destroy the trees in whose shade they grow. And since the cultivation method of mushrooms not found yet, there is a risk that they will disappear from the face of the Earth.

9. Bagel for $ 1,000

Hearty and tasty bun slathered with cream cheese, flavored with white truffles, Zlatolist and jam from the berries Goji.

8. “Frittata in a million” for $ 1,000

Dish, one serving of which costs $ 1,000, is made from lobster, egg and caviar sevruga, the cost of which equals 65 dollars for 30 grams. Continue reading

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