1. Menudo (Mexico)
Although some of you probably the ingredients of this soup are nothing amazing, not all people would be willing to try beef stomach. Menudo is a traditional Mexican soup, which Mexico enjoys great popularity and is often prepared on special occasions. The dish is also widely known as a hangover cure.
Menudo is made from the stomachs of cows with onions, cilantro, oregano, chili peppers and corn. For its preparation requires 7 to 10 hours, as the stomach should be boiled very long, so that it becomes soft and tender. Some may wonder do the stomach can really be delicious? But if you add all the other ingredients and simmer on low heat for a couple of hours, the result will be simply incredible.
The stomach becomes so tender that melts in your mouth, add more corn tortillas to dip in the soup, and you get the perfect lunch. The origin of this soup is little known, however one can guess that in Mexico, when he stabbed the bull, wanted to use all parts of the carcass for cooking, including stomachs. This dish you can find in many Mexican restaurants. Continue reading
This dish is attractive not only because it stands out among the rest on the table, but also very easy and quick to prepare.
Ham or salmon – 250 g (good balyk “Wedding”).
Chicken eggs (3 PCs.).
Pickled cucumber (3 pieces).
Carrot (1 piece).
Potato or rice chips (50 g).
Hard cheese (200 g).
Mayonnaise or thick sour cream sauce (150 g).
Method of preparation:
Boil eggs and peel;
Grate raw carrots. This will be the first layer.
Slightly prisolit layer and cover it with mayonnaise or sauce.
Cucumbers to grate and squeeze. They constitute the second layer, which, like the previous one, lubricated with mayonnaise.
To choose from the packaging of the chips whole and undamaged and store in a dry place. The rest Pogrebite right in the pack and use as the next layer. Spread mayonnaise (sauce). Continue reading
For 6 people: 12 shells “Saint-Jacques”, 24 large mussels, 1 celery root, 1 bunch parsley, 24 large shrimp, 3 slices pineapple, 2 pod sweet pepper, 4 tablespoons vegetable oil, 1 Kurt l-broth (see “curt Brees. “), 1 tablespoon chopped rosemary, thyme, Basil and dill, salt, black pepper;
for the tartare sauce — 1 egg, 150 g of vegetable oil, 1 coffee spoon of mustard, 1 clove of onion, 4 gherkins, 1 coffee spoon of vinegar, 2 coffee spoon of capers, 2 coffee spoons of chopped herbs (chives, chervil, tarragon), salt, black pepper.
Boil hard-boiled egg for the sauce and chill under running cold water.
Meanwhile, scrape and wash the mussels; wash the shells; wash and dry celery and parsley; celery cut into small pieces; rinse and dry shrimp.
Kurt-the broth bring to a boil, put the shrimp, boil 10 minutes on low heat, drain.
Shells to put in the same curt-broth, boil 8 min. drain.
Leave 3-4 tablespoons Kurt-broth, put in celery and parsley, bring to a boil, politipedia, boil over high heat, remove from heat, drain. Continue reading