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Vegetables with beer sausages

Vegetables with beer sausages

Washed cleaned, chopped: Rinse the vegetables well; Peel the potatoes, peel the carrots, peel the peppers, cut the tomatoes into 4 each.

Put the tomatoes in a blender with oregano, chilli, salt, pepper, until they become a paste;

We cut the peppers and carrots into rounds, we cut the carrots into smaller pieces;

We take a pan, we put the peas and the rest of the vegetables, from the tomato paste we put only half over which we add enough water to cover. Put the pan on medium heat until they are cooked; From time to time we empty the juice (we don't want the soup to come out).

Beer sausages, cut them into slices and brown them a little in a pan with a cube of butter;

When the vegetables are cooked, add the rest of the pasta, salt, pepper, vegeta, to taste; We put the sausages 5 minutes before firing!


Pizza with what is in the fridge

Ingredients needed for pizza:

  • canned tomatoes (happily combines tomato sauce and pieces)
  • pepper
  • mushrooms
  • sausages
  • Parmesan
  • greens (any favorites: oregano, basil, parsley)
  • 400 g flour
  • 200 g water
  • 2 lg oil
  • 1 lgt salt
  • 1 lgt sugar
  • yeast

Pizza preparation method:

When the dough is ready, spread it in the tray (I always use cooking paper!) And spread the tomato sauce all over the surface with a brush. Then sprinkle the other ingredients, finally cover with parmesan and greens.
Bake until well browned.


Croissants with beer sausages








Ingredients for white dough:
200 g boiled and mashed potatoes
400 g flour
100 ml water
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
25 g fresh yeast
100 g lard

Ingredient ptr. red dough:
1 piece larger onion
1 tablespoon sweet paprika
150 g boiled and mashed potatoes
400 g flour
100 ml water
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
25 g fresh yeast
100 g lard
1 teaspoon ground cumin (optional)

Preparation:
For the red dough, clean the onion, cut it into small pieces and then heat it in 100 gr hot lard. Take it aside and add 1 tablespoon of paprika (to make the taste more interesting, I put hot paprika), and 1 teaspoon of ground cumin.
In separate bowls we put flour, lard (for white dough) and mashed potatoes, for red dough we put only flour and potatoes. Dissolve the yeast in warm water to which we add salt, sugar and let it rise a little and then pour it into the flour composition. Add red onion to the red dough. Knead the two doughs each separately until they come off the edge of the bowl. Cover the dishes with a towel and leave them to rise for an hour.
After the dough is leavened, we put them on the table, forming two rolls that are divided into 20 equal pieces each. We spread the red ball, over it we lay the stretched white ball, the beer sausages and we roll tightly. We shape the donuts, place them in the baking tray, cut them with a sharp knife here and there, grease them on top with an egg in which we put a little salt, and sprinkle them with flax seeds, sesame, cumin, & # 8230. then we put the tray with croissants in the preheated oven. Bake on the right heat for about 15-20 minutes.


4 recipes for BEER with herbs for palpitations and heart disease

Usually, wine gets all the attention when it comes to its health benefits. However, studies have shown that beer is a much healthier and more nutritious type of alcohol, because in addition to antioxidants, it also contains protein and B vitamins. Researchers have also shown that beer has surpassed red wine in terms of its protective effect on the heart. Regular and moderate beer consumption can prevent heart attack.

Herbal Beer Recipes For Palpitations And Heart Disease

The secret is the high content of Vitamin B6 in beer, which prevents the accumulation of a chemical harmful to the body, which can cause heart disease - hemocysteine.

Consumption of three quarters of a pint of beer a day can increase the level of Vitamin B6 in the blood plasma by 30%.

Red wine is another type of alcoholic beverage that has protective effects on the heart, being especially famous for its ability to prevent blood clots. The richness of antioxidants in red wine simply sweeps away chemicals that can cause cardiovascular disease.

Researchers at the Food Research Institute believe that beer is the best drink for heart protection, not only because it is a rich source of Vitamin B6, but also because it does not increase hemocysteine ​​levels.

Researchers at the Food Research Institute believe that beer is the best drink for heart protection, not only because it is a rich source of Vitamin B6, but also because it does not increase hemocysteine ​​levels. The idea of ​​infusing different plants with calming or hypotensive effects in beer is a unique and extremely effective.

• 20 g of mint
• 20 g of valerian root
• 20 g of hawthorn flowers
• 20 g of rhubarb leaves
• 10 g of goose sole
• 1 liter of water
• 150 ml of beer

To prepare this recipe, it is recommended to use a type of low-alcohol beer. Put all the plants listed above in beer, and after they have softened well, put them to dry and then crush them. The crushed mixture is scalded with 1 liter of water and left to infuse for 30-40 minutes. Strain the tea and drink it fresh. Take half a glass of tea, 3 times a day, after meals. The treatment is done for 3 weeks.

• 150 ml of beer
• 1 head of garlic

Peel a squash, grate it and chop finely. Put it to infuse in a jar or mug of fresh beer and leave it to soak for about 3 hours. Take 1 teaspoon, 3 times a day. The cure with garlic infusion in beer lasts 3 weeks.

• 150 ml of blond beer
• 20 g of valerian root
• ½ liter of water

Finely chop the valerian root and infuse it in beer for 2 hours. Then remove from the beer and infuse with water in a thermos overnight. The next day, strain the liquid and drink 2-3 tablespoons a day, 3 times a day. The cure lasts 14 days.

• 150 ml of beer
• 100 g of nettle
• Honey
• 1 liter of water

The chopped dried nettle is scalded with hot water, then left to simmer for a quarter of an hour. After it has cooled, the tea is strained. Drink half a glass of hot tea, 4 times a day, with 1 tablespoon of beer and a little beer. The cure lasts 10 days, and can be resumed after a break of 10 days.

* The advice and any health information available on this site are for informational purposes, do not replace the doctor's recommendation. If you suffer from chronic diseases or follow medication, we recommend that you consult your doctor before starting a cure or natural treatment to avoid interaction. By postponing or interrupting classic medical treatments you can endanger your health.


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Cucumber pickle Ferma Martin Cucumber pickle Ferma Martin

Crispy and juicy pickled cucumbers, grown in Romania, perfect for salads, juices or as a healthy snack. Crispy and pickled cucumbers.

Hot Peppers Vegetables Fruits Martin Hot Peppers Vegetables Fruits Martin

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Martin green onion Martin green onion

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Valerian Salad Valerian Salad

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Spanac Baby Spanac Baby

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BIO brown mushrooms BIO brown mushrooms

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Rocket Barbu's Garden Rocket Barbu's Garden

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Why men can never limit themselves to one beer. What lies behind this behavior

Men go out for a beer, but end up consuming more. The scenario is the same every time. Wondering why? One study came to a conclusion.

Romanians prefer blond beer, and 27% of beer consumers in Romania consider that drinking several beers in a row is a proof of masculinity, according to the latest National Audience Study (SNA) FOCUS, conducted by the Romanian Audit Office Transmedia ( ARM).

The study also shows that for 30% of Romanians, drinking beer with friends is a very important means of relaxation and social interaction. The trends cover the period 2006-2014, and the study universe is represented by the urban population in Romania, aged between 14 and 64 years.

The study measures the consumption preferences of goods and services of the urban population. The continuous character of the study and the large samples (over 10,000 interviews per year) allow the observation of the fluctuations of the population's preferences and their study in relation to the socio-economic evolution in Romania. The margin of error is +/- 0.8%.

According to the latest FOCUS study (SNA) conducted by BRAT, 70% of Romanian men do not refuse a beer with friends no matter how busy they are, 27% of them consider that drinking more beers in a row is a proof of masculinity. Especially women are those who regard the consumption of several beers in a row as a proof of masculinity - 40% of respondents who agree with this statement being women. More than half of the respondents are married and 36% come from small localities, with less than 50,000 inhabitants.

Regarding the percentage of frequent consumers of beer with alcohol, men stand out, with a percentage of 79%. Women prefer non-alcoholic beer - 30% of Romanians drink it at least once a week.

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Couscous with vegetables

I come up with a simple proposal, rather like a semi-finished product, but a slightly healthier one! This food is a good solution when you do not have time to cook, but you have to eat at home and keep you hungry. As for the taste, what can I tell you. I'll let you give the final verdict, but I can tell you we liked it.

N e c e s a r e:
250g couscous
250g assorted vegetables
sunflower oil
salt
nutmeg
Mint.

P r e p a r a r e:
I prepared the couscous according to the instructions on the package. In fact, in stores you can find pasta, cut in the form of couscous, which is boiled. The real couscous is prepared by hardening in oil, but I haven't seen much of it in stores. I took the first option, so I boiled it in salted water for a few boils, then left it in the water for 10 minutes, strained it and passed it under a stream of cold water.

I boiled the vegetables in salted water, and when they were ready I strained them. I had some summer mix, ready frozen, which contained corn, peas, carrots, red peppers and cauliflower, but you can combine whatever you want. Do not beware of frozen vegetables, because they are not harmful, as they say, they are no more harmful than fresh vegetables, and freezing does not destroy nutrients, says all nutritionists.

The next step was to fry the boiled couscous in a little sunflower oil for a few minutes, until it became shiny.

I added the vegetables, mixed everything and put out the fire. I served it sprinkled with nutmeg and mint, to bring some of the oriental flavors, from where the original couscous is.


Muffins with beer sausages and bellows cheese

Muffins with beer sausages and bellows cheese from: beer sausages, flour, sour cream, bellows cheese, eggs, baking powder, oil, salt, butter.

Ingredient:

  • 150 g beer sausages (or thin sausages)
  • 250 g white flour
  • 200 ml greasy cream (over 30%)
  • 50 g of bellows cheese
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 sachet of baking powder
  • 50 ml of olive oil
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • butter for greased

Method of preparation:

Cut the sausages into rounds and fry them a little in a pan, without adding oil. Separately, beat the eggs with the salt, pour in the cream and oil. Add the bellows cheese mashed with a fork.

Mix well with a whisk, then add the sifted flour and baking powder. Take from the composition and fill three-quarters of the muffin tins, greased with butter.

Insert a few slices of sausage into each shape. Put a few on top. Bake at 180 degrees for 20 minutes or until it passes the toothpick test.


Pork chop in beer!

A good recipe for a great company, the beer makes the meat very tender and gives it a very good taste! Be sure to add apples, they are perfect for this dish.

INGREDIENT:

& # 8211 2 sticks (choose with lots of meat)

& # 8211 150 gr of celery (or to taste)

& # 8211 6-7 garlic cloves (or to taste)

METHOD OF PREPARATION:

1. Choose chunks with lots of meat and be careful not to damage the mouse. Wash them well under running hot water and shave the mouse with a knife.

2. Place the stalks in a saucepan, add the carrot cut into thick slices, onion cut in halves or quarters, celery stalks, black peppercorns, cumin, garlic cut in half, sprinkle with salt (but make sure the soy sauce is salty), pour soy sauce and beer.

Advice. If the stalks are not completely covered with liquid, you can add another glass of water, but it is not mandatory. You can also take beer and water in proportions of 50/50, but in this case, the taste of the preparation will be changed.

3. Cover the pan with a lid and choose from the 3 options:

& # 8211 if you don't have time, you can prepare the ciolanele immediately

& # 8211 Leave the marinades to marinate overnight in the refrigerator

& # 8211 Marinate the meat for at least 1-3 hours.

4. After marinating, cook the ciolanele for 2 hours, 1 hour on each side, over low heat.

5. Remove the stalks in a bowl and let them cool for 10-20 minutes, during which time set the oven to 160 ° C.

6. Mix the mustard with honey.

Advice. If you don't like the sweet taste of the meat, you can mix the mustard with mayonnaise.

7. Peel the potatoes and, if they are large, cut them in half.

8. Cut 3 apples into rounds, without cleaning them from the back, and we will bake the others whole.

9. Line the tray with foil, add the vegetables from the soup in which they boiled the stalks and slices of apples.

10. Pour a few tablespoons of beer from the pan into the pan, it will evaporate and make the potatoes more juicy.

11. Grease the sticks with mustard sauce, during cooking you will grease them if necessary, transfer them to the bed of apples and vegetables, add whole apples and potatoes. Sprinkle the potatoes with a little salt and add the sauerkraut.

Advice. Add the sauerkraut in a few places and in larger quantities, because the cabbage tends to burn and the more cabbage it will be, the less it will burn on the edges.

12. Put the tray in the preheated oven for 25-30 minutes, on the second lower step. After 15 minutes and 5 minutes before it is ready, sprinkle the chunks and potatoes with beer from the pan. The food is ready when the potatoes become soft.

Advice. The ovens are different, if you see that the stalks do not brown, grease them with honey and mustard.

The meat comes out tender, juicy, flavorful, with a taste of spices, vegetables and beer. Also, if you do not want to boil the sticks, you can simmer them for 4 hours in the oven, but in this case, the result is much fatter. We highly recommend you try this recipe!


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