Balsamic Vinegar Caviar

This molecular caviar is perfect with oysters and is great to use when serving tartars and ceviche. 200 ml balsamic vinegar 20g sugar 2g agar-agar 200 ml vegetable oil without flavor or aroma. Put the vegetable oil in the freezer 1 hour before cooking. It should be well chilled but not frozen. If the oil … Read more

Crispy Pickled Courgettes

Pickled white onions for kebabs or sandwiches, for burgers or shawarma The vinegar dampens the pungent onion flavor and the icing sugar compensates for the excess acidity. The apple note will make the onion taste more noble. Also, the combination of the sour and sweet flavor helps to increase the appetite. Mix apple cider vinegar … Read more

Which Is The Healthiest Cabbage Is And What Interesting Things Can You Cook With It?

It is impossible to find a baby in cabbage, but vitamins, amino acids and antioxidants are abundant in this vegetable. The main thing is not to lose them in cooking and find the most beneficial recipes for each type of cabbage in terms of taste and benefits. Cauliflower The cabbage resembles a snow-white bud in … Read more

Pineapple Smoothie

A great idea is to serve a pineapple smoothie for the holiday table. You can drink it, enjoy it, and not worry about gaining extra pounds. Ingredients orange juice 1 cup pineapple 2 cup pineapple juice 1 cup banana 2 pcs. Step by step recipe Step 1 Recipe photo: Pineapple smoothie, step 1 Peel pineapple … Read more

Bulgur With Mushrooms And Vegetables

In Eastern cuisines bulgur often competes with rice, and while cooks continue to make their choice, nutritionists have long ago determined: bulgur has no equal in useful properties. It harmonizes perfectly with vegetables – fried, stewed, fresh – and with mushrooms, meat, fish, and poultry dishes. Ingredients 200 g bulgur 1 small zucchini 200 g … Read more

Chocolate Cake With Prunes

Chocolate cake with prunes is a completely unique phenomenon. At least, that’s the thought that comes to mind for all the desperate sweet-tooth eaters who have tried this pastry. The not too sugary taste of the cupcake is set off by sweet prunes with a light smoky flavor that seems simply designed to accentuate the … Read more

How To Cook Couscous

Where does couscous grow? If you bury a grain of couscous in wet soil, nothing will happen. No green shoot will show up, water or no water. There are no fields with lushly sprouting couscous, no plantations planted with couscous shrubs. And there are no ponds with emerald couscous shoots either. Because couscous is a … Read more

What Is Green Buckwheat And How Do You Eat It?

Green buckwheat is an ordinary buckwheat that has been naturally dried. This is why their color retains its natural yellowish-green color, not the brown color that you get after heat treatment. The connoisseurs are convinced that only sprouted buckwheat can be healthier than raw green buckwheat. It turns out that sprouted green buckwheat is an … Read more