Traditional recipes

Bean stew with baked pepper salad

Bean stew with baked pepper salad

Wash the beans in cold water and boil them until they boil a few times. We change the water, taking care that it is hot, so as not to stop the boiling process of the beans.

Meanwhile, prepare the baked pepper salad.

In another bowl, add a little oil and finely chopped vegetables. Temper them until they become translucent, add the tomato juice / broth and leave them on the fire for a few more minutes. Add the beans and some of the water in which it boiled, mix for incorporation and salt to taste. Leave it on the fire until it drops enough.

After turning off the heat, sprinkle the freshly chopped parsley on top. Serve with baked pepper salad. Good appetite!

Eggplant salad and baked peppers

1 bag of eggplant from the freezer (from those from the mother, or put with their own hands)
1/2 bag of baked peppers , also from the freezer, put in the same way as the eggplants above (capia or donuts would be ideal, because they look more beautiful in the picture, but it also works with yellow peppers, the taste is the same)
5-6 cloves of garlic (to be put gradually, according to taste)
2-4 tablespoons olive oil
salt (gradually, also to taste)

lazy loved ones, I didn't give quantities in grams for the simple reason that I don't know anyone who weighs the bags of eggplant and baked peppers put in the freezer. so rely on proportions. of course you can reduce or increase the amount of pepper, as it tunes and drives you crazy at the time of manufacture.

I didn't take any pictures either, because I didn't get it. it was eaten, deh.

manufacturing process:
blend the aubergines or chopper or chop them manually, with the eggplant chopper or with the back of a stainless steel knife
remove the stalks and back of the baked peppers and chop them in the same way
mix the eggplant and peppers, preferably with the mixer, pour the oil, mix more oleaca, then put the garlic, one at a time, as you like, mix again, salt, mix, eat (with toast, if desired).

What do we eat POST? RECIPES

I also posted the article below on saccsiv 2 years ago. It had over 150 comments:

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Some I do, even if it's not exactly like that, others I've never done. Of the latter, most do not even delight me.

I consider the topic to be quite serious, obviously, if we talk about it seriously.

So what do we eat fasting? That man eats three times a day and does not eat lunch and morning and evening.

Moreover, we have become a bit accustomed to cooking, for various reasons. So many of us eat the weirdos on the "fast" shelves of hypermarkets. And when we still cook, we actually rotate some classic recipes based on potatoes, beans, peas, cabbage. That is, in total, with rare exceptions, we do not like what we eat, as such we become nervous.

And we end up saying: fasting food again?

That if we are honest we recognize it in public. If we are not honest, we come and give the great examples from the Lives of the Saints that in theory most of us know. That is, the ones in which they ate, you wonder what in the wilderness and they stayed all day in prayer.

What are you cooking my dear brothers?

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God help. Very useful recipes mutumim. For example, in supermarkets nowadays it is a bit difficult to eat but you have to eat something in the end. How much does a man need to eat, finely chopped dried fruit, walnut kernels, mixed with honey, curd (porridge), chisalita, herbal tea. We thank the Lord for everything we have.

I like potatoes but for some time it had started to irritate my stomach! I discovered a method to make them edible: clean them, wash them, cut them into whatever shapes they want, and rinse them well, then put them in a bowl of water in which I added a tablespoon of baking soda. I leave them there for at least an hour, then rinse and cook them. The taste is the same and my stomach doesn't stir anymore!
Mashed potatoes, french fries, salad & # 8230
And I always have a jar of aromatic oil that I use a little to taste the food.
Oil in which I put dried thyme, garlic, mustard seeds, salt, pepper.
Today I made my toast in the oven. Bread cut into small cubes and sprinkled with aromatic oil. It's a DELICIOUS

I have nothing to do with potatoes.
Yes & # 8217 I know that fasting also means the lack of oil, except for the days of release, & # 8230 as in wine & # 8230
I can't, but I can't even say I'm trying, to my shame & # 8230
& # 8230 how about the toast you rub / rub with garlic?

light stuff & # 8211 olives, tomato salad with onions, cucumbers, vegetables, peppers other fresh or not vegetables, eggplant frozen in autumn

1 large cucumber
250 g red beans
200 g of corn kernels
1 pepper
2-3 large tomatoes (or 180 g cherry tomatoes)
1 bunch of fresh coriander
1 lime / lemon
1 avocado
salt and pepper to taste

"Moisturizing" salad - a filling and energizing meal for which your whole body will thank you! In fact, if you could eat it at least 2-3 times a week, it would be more than perfect! Low in calories (less than 300 / serving), rich in protein (10 grams / serving) and fiber (12 grams / serving) and high in water, this salad should become everyone's best friend. .

The procedure is trivial, as with all salads: wash the vegetables and cut them (cubes, preferably), except for lime / lemon.
Chop the coriander and put all the vegetables in a large bowl. Squeeze the lime over, mix.
Add the diced avocado piece. Season with salt and pepper and serve.

In fasting, soups and stews are the basis, at least for me, then the second way I prepare it from what I have in the house, mushroom ciulama, Serbian rice pilaf (with vegetables through it and mushrooms), spinach, fasting moussaka, sauerkraut, sarmalute, stuffed peppers / zucchini, cauliflower fasting, lentil stew with red beans & # 8230a madness, then, pasta with mushrooms and vegetables, pasta with tomato sauce, pasta with beans, pasta with broccoli and the list goes on with pizza -in the house with vegetables and mushrooms, pants filled with vegetables and mushrooms, etc
Dessert: fruit salad - fruit salad, fasting cakes, fruit strudel (apples, bananas, raisins, pears), simple or jam donuts, oil or plain fried cakes, biscuit salami, pancakes with jam, etc.

Hahaha & # 8230,, We come and give great examples from the lives of the Saints that most of us know in theory & # 8221. You charged me once for what you said now. I will charge you a little if you allow me. What I said then was about the theological commentators here. But I said without malice. I wanted to convey that the moment we continually theologize with the examples brought by each of the super-read books by us, there will be an endless struggle in which we all say the same thing, but we want a confirmation from the others as well. They are really good but I don't think so all the time. Sometimes we fall into pride. I believe that the lives of the Saints and the rest of the books with the role of learning really have the role of confirming certain questions to us and of knowing the Orthodox faith, but it is not limited to that. From what we have read and learned we must also realize concretely what we can accomplish around us according to the way we live and in the context in which we live and where we are. And also to be able to come up with new opinions and creative ideas. God is the Creator. So if we want to be like Him let us try to be creative and open our minds and see God in everything. God is justice and truth. These are not just words. That's right. It's the truth of all our controversies, of all the situations we encounter, and God is where the cause of our problems is. In a way, that's another reason we live on earth. Let's learn to judge right. It is not in vain that Christ had to reach an age at which he could judge righteously. And again, God is pleased with wisdom precisely because wisdom means seeking justice. And so the final Judgment is made by the Righteous Judge and we should fight to seek justice. The contemplation you read about comes from creativity. If we remain only in fear of not breaking a certain commandment, we will never know God. He said a lot in the New Testament. But he also said let's dare. And He also said that we should not stumble into Him. Forgive me if the comment is tempting.

Speaking of which, have you noticed that many products, including pasta, may contain traces of eggs or milk? What do you think about that? Am I fasting or not?

I noticed that there may be traces of & # 8230
Because several types of food are produced on the same production line and there is a (systematic) probability of not being very well cleaned.
However, they are not introduced as ingredients in the process, which makes the accidental presence very low and insignificant.
What's worse is that a lot, a lot of products are & # 8222certified & # 8221 Kosher, which means it's food & # 8222 dedicated & # 8221 / & # 8221 worshiped & # 8221 atana and giving money to the blasphemer & # 8211 like that & # 8222kosherization & # 8221, to take money from the Rabbi to curse food & # 8230 that he has no way to bless.
The letter U in a circle, K, KD (kosher dairy & # 8211 dairy), K in a star, & # 8230 many symbols that most do not distinguish or understand. Amazingly, there are some foods on the carafe, you can see two & # 8222certifications & # 8221, kosher (Jewish) and halal (Islamic), which shows me how well the devils understand each other.
As even the rabbis say, kosher food is & # 8222certified & # 8221 to be consumed according to the Jewish religion, not for any dietary, nutritionist, allergenic value, & # 8230
I wonder why ritual foods are not sold in special places, at their temples / synagogues / mosques, and are put up for sale in addition to the unneeded ones. (To top it off, & # 8230 the Indians also have kosher merchandise !, and the Chinese have the hell to # dragons on a lot of products but at least theirs you know I kind of turn your stomach upside down!).
I think about psychological manipulation in the triad & # 8211 thought-feel-deed & # 8230. changing one factor can change the others in other words, start changing the fact & # 8211 buy kosher, then change the sense & # 8211 you say it's & # 8222good & # 8221 then change your thinking & # 8211 you really think it's good & # 8230 and so on you start to think it's good to be Jewish.

In Lent we eat dishes that are easy to prepare: monk pots, hummus, bean stew, lentils, pasta with tomato sauce, baked cabbage, vegetable soup, cumin soup, pasta salad with corn, Mexican salad, vegetables grilled, french fries, stewed in the oven, etc. oriental salad, salad with peas and corn, polenta with mushrooms. There are a lot of recipes and they are not necessarily expensive. With dessert, easier to fast, but you can make biscuit salami, fasting blackberry, an apple pie, plum dumplings.
In fasting we must feed on more prayer! Blessed post! God help!

I suggest you an olive paste first.

500 g pitted olives
a small head of garlic
lemon juice
a tablespoon of oil

Put the olives and garlic through the food processor, add the lemon juice and oil, mix and you're done! The recipe can also be made without oil.

Then I suggest some biscuits.
1 onion
2 -3 carrots
1 celery
2-3 capsicums
1 cup walnut kernels
500 g of oatmeal
5 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons oil
spices according to preferences :. I put: pepper, hot paprika, thyme, turmeric, basil.
Grate the vegetables and walnut kernels, add the oatmeal, spices and oil. Knead well. Allow the composition to rest for 10 minutes. Meanwhile, turn on the heat in the oven and grease the pan with oil. We then spread the obtained mixture so as to cover a large oven tray.

Then, before inserting the tray into the oven, cut the biscuits from one end of the tray to the other, vertically and horizontally. Bake for about 40 minutes at 200 degrees. After 30 minutes, check every 10 minutes. If you want them to be crispier, leave them longer.
Good appetite!

How about some nettles?
We buy or harvest a kilogram of nettles, select them and wash them well.
boil 2 liters of water. When it boils, we put the nettles. After boiling, I took the pot off the fire. Then, using a blender, grind them. Put the pot on the fire again, then, after boiling, add a paste of a tablespoon of flour and 250 ml of water.

We make a mujdei and add it after we put out the fire from the stove. Anyone can add lemon juice.