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I want to make something traditional today, but at the same time, it's unrealistic...
I don't know how it is for you, and for me, the bed racks of quashed cable with flour are very, very unusual. Shall we try?
- 500 grams of quashed cabbage;
- 1 medium bulb;
- 2 small carrots;
- 1 tomato paste;
- 2 St. flour;
- 4 vegetation oil;
- 1 litre and 1 glass of vegetable bulb or water;
- a small piece of fresh root of the selery;
- brushing of dried kernels;
- Lavre leaf;
- some fresh greens;
- The salt and the black pepper taste.
We're sliding out of quashed cabbage, putting it in the pot, and we're putting a tomato paste and a brush of dried selery saucers.
We're pouring a glass of vegetable bulon (or water) into the castle, closing the lid and putting it on fire. We'll put the cabbage on a small fire for 30 minutes.
While the cabbage hangs on its own, we cut on the forehead with small cubes and fry it in two tables of vegetable oil.
The carrot and the fresh root of the selery are washed on the terrace and we're going to go roast along with the bow.
In the meantime, our cabbage has been hanging for 15 minutes. It's time to add to it our sun and roots. And let him hang himself for the last quarter of the hour.
Then we pour into a pot of cabbage litre of water (or vegetable bulon). Now let it all chew for ten minutes.
Somewhere there's a cabbage going on, and we in the two remaining spoons of vegetated oil, we're lightening the flour to gold.
We add to the roasted flour a few spoons of potassium pounds, a good solution to the flour, and we pour it out like a sauce back into the pot with future beds. We're adding a laurel, salt and pepper.
In 15 minutes, we're ready! Let's smash them on the plates, steal some fresh green, if there's such a desire, add a little cut garlic to each plate. And we prepare our big spoons for lunch. Enjoy!