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The vegetables (onions, carrots, parsley, parsnips, kapia peppers, celery and zucchini) are cleaned, then cut into small pieces and put to harden in a higher bowl, with oil and a little water, until they become translucent, approx. 10 minutes on low heat, uncovered.
Then it is completed with approx. 3000 ml of cold water, season with salt and pepper and leave to boil for approx. 30 minutes on medium heat, half covered. Meanwhile, clean the stevia of the thick ribs and cut the julienne. After the vegetables are cooked, add stevia, the cleaned and finely chopped larch and let it boil for approx. 10 minutes on medium heat, uncovered.
At the end, add a little borscht, finely chopped green parsley, and on sweet days, season the soup with beaten egg.
Increase and good appetite!
Stevia soup & # 8211 is still time
Ever since I wrote the post and until now, summer has almost come. For me, one who had just returned home from other worlds, these Saharan temperatures put me on the wall. But it is good that there is still stevia in the markets. This soup took me out of lethargy, after almost three weeks of frenzy, which I will tell you about soon.
How do you know spring has come? You run through the market after the gypsies with nettles / parsley / stevia / tulips and they run away from the gendarmes. In the end, you catch up with them untouched, hidden behind a car, on the tortoise.
This is what happened to me today, when I really wanted to buy stevia for the first stevia soup this year. And I did it. Even if hidden behind a van :). After such a long winter, stevia (one of my favorite strings) is barely showing. She is young and tender, wonderful to prepare in many ways. But today (that is, yesterday) I wanted soup. Sour with borscht and flavored with a lot of larch. Borscht from my mother-in-law. I found him on the balcony, about three months after I received him. It was perfect. Is my mother-in-law a borscht witch? Is my mother-in-law a witch? I hope Sorin doesn't read this!
You need 2 onions, a leek, a large carrot, a parsnip and some celery. Chop them brown and fry them in olive oil. Or vegetable oil. About 3-4 minutes. Then put them to boil in a pot with 2 liters of boiling water. After 20 minutes, add 2 medium potatoes, cut into cubes. Meanwhile, boil about 750 ml of borscht and let it boil for about 5 minutes. After putting the potatoes in the soup, about 10 minutes, add 3-4 bundles of stevia, cleaned of stalks, and coarsely chopped. In another 2 minutes, add the borscht and chopped greens: onion stalks, parsley, larch. Season with salt and half a teaspoon of sugar, which will counterbalance the acidity of borscht. That's all.
For me, this soup is ideal cold, with green onions and hot, green peppers. But if you can't wait, it's very good and warm.
How do we prepare a delicious soup for Easter?
First of all, for a tasty lamb soup, boil the lamb and leave it until it is almost ready. Being a young animal, it will not last very long. Then add the diced vegetables. I used onions, parsley root, parsnips and celery, bell peppers and carrots. At the end, I added a little green onion for extra flavor. You can also add sorrel, loboda or even lettuce, if you want. The sorrel is sour and fits wonderfully in lamb soup. If you choose not to straighten it, you can put some chopped tomatoes in the soup. They can be fresh tomatoes, canned or even frozen.
At the end you can straighten the lamb soup with sour cream and yolk. You can also leave it untouched, the borscht being enough. However, being a holiday soup, I also like to use sour cream. When straightening any soup, be sure to add hot soup to the cream and egg mixture and never the other way around. By slightly bringing the cream to the temperature of the soup, you will not risk it being cut and you will get a creamy lamb soup. Serve hot with home bread and hot peppers and enjoy a wonderful soup on a holiday! For a perfect Easter dessert, I invite you to try my recipe for Easter with cozonac dough.
How do we prepare the recipe for loboda, stevia or nettle soup?
Onions and carrots (celery, bell peppers if you have them) cleaned and cut into cubes are boiled in water to cover them.
Put the lid on and let it boil until they are well penetrated.
Add the well-washed rice and leave until it swells well. Fill with water, to be about 3 liters of soup in total and let it boil.
Now add 1 teaspoon of grated salt. When the water boils, add the selected stevia, nettles or loboda, washed and finely chopped.
Let it boil for 3-4 minutes, then add it. It can be soured with borscht, lemon juice or cabbage juice, to taste. Bring to the boil, then turn off the heat.
At the end, sprinkle over fresh, finely chopped greens (parsley, dill and larch).
Before serving, I pour a few drops of raw olive oil on the plate. It has an extra flavor & # 128578
This is an extremely simple, cheap and tasty soup and I recommend you try it & # 128578
Recipe for stevia soup with egg
Ingredients for stevia soup: vegetables in the amount you want (onions, carrots, parsnips, bell peppers, celery, potatoes, stevia), olive oil, tomatoes, 1 liter of borscht, larch, two eggs, two tablespoons of flour or cornstarch.
Stevia soup recipe: Chop the vegetables (onions, carrots, parsnips, bell peppers, celery) and boil them in salted water. We test with a spoon if all the vegetables have boiled and we add the chopped potatoes. Then add the tomatoes and olive oil (for more taste you can fry the freshly chopped tomatoes in 30ml olive oil because they will become sweeter before putting them in the soup). Saute the stevia in boiled water with a little salt. Finely chop the stevia, add it over the cooked vegetables and fill with water if necessary. Let it boil for a few minutes, then add the borscht (preheated to near boiling). (If you don't like borscht, you can add lemon juice after you turn off the heat.) Towards the end, beat two eggs with two tablespoons of flour and a little salt. We put the egg composition with the flour in a bag in which we make a small hole and let it flow in the soup that boils in the boil because this way we will form egg lumps. Or we can make a thin omelet that we cut into slices to add to our stevia soup. Then turn off the heat and add chopped larch.
How to prepare stevia and rice soup:
First wash the stevia and scald it in hot water. Finely chop stevia, onion, carrots, peppers, celery and larch. In a saucepan, pour the water, oil and a little salt, and when it starts to boil, add the onion, carrot, pepper and celery. Cover with a lid and let the vegetables boil, adding a little broth. Meanwhile, wash the rice and let it soak for a few minutes, then add it along with the stevia and borscht over the vegetables in the pot. Leave the soup on the fire until the rice is cooked, and a few minutes before taking the pan off the heat, add the larch.
Do not hesitate to prepare this dwarf stevia and rice soup for your dwarf, which will make the menu of a fasting day appetizing and healthy!
Stevia soup, staple food in the block of the poor
Although they have a place to live, they even live in poverty, they live in extreme poverty. I live in a comfort block III, on Basarabia Boulevard, in the Pantelimon neighborhood of Bucharest. There are large families, with low incomes, and the rooms in which they live have only 15 square meters, slightly larger than a prison cell. The toilet, one for about ten families, is in the lobby of the block, where people cook. Most often stevia soup.
Block 1 located on Bessarabia Boulevard is a former home for non-family members. About a hundred families live here. In the & # 8220 studios & # 8221, which look like bigger closets, even seven souls live together. When you enter them, when they are small, you have the impression that you are suffocating. Those who live alone have allowed themselves the luxury of making a small toilet in their studio. For those with many children, however, any square meter matters. They share the toilet and the bathroom on the block's lobby. Also in the hallway, almost every family improvised a kitchen. They took out the stove, the bottle and the cupboard in front of the door. When I was there, most of the housewives were cooking stevia soup, the staple food in block 1 on Bessarabia Boulevard. People are still happy, because they have a roof over their heads. They are considered lucky to be owners, given that such a & # 8220 studio & # 8221 sells for about 10,000 euros.
Florenta Gheorghe (32 years old) lives with her husband and two children. I've been here since 1995. & # 8220It's important to have something to put in the pot. It's hard, but what to do? "Others are doing worse than us," the woman told us as she stirred in the stevia soup.
Tatiana Anechiforesei (31 years old) graduated from law school, as she told us, but now she is a seamstress. & # 8220I'm here with my husband and two boys. We came from Suceava, because there was no work there, it was no longer possible to survive & # 8221, she told us.
I left leaving some people happy that they are not as poor as others. An optimism typical of those to whom life has shown that it can always be even worse.
Although they are not as lucky as other children, the little ones who live in block 1, from bd. Bessarabia still keeps a smile on its face. Florenta Gheorghe has been cooking in the lobby of the block for over ten years. Boil stevia for soup in the steaming pot.
Stevia soup with larch
Stevia soup with larch
What could be better to eat in spring than a green soup? I say this because I really like soups like this very much. But the other green dishes are not to be neglected either. Well, how good it is, for example, a nettle dish or a pesto of leurda and baked peppers. And the examples can go on…
In addition to being good, these foods are both healthy and easy to make. So is today's quick recipe stevia soup with larch. A dream combination especially if the soup is also straight with egg plus some yogurt. But, long talk, human poverty. Than I keep praising in words stevia soup with larch or other spring dishes better write the recipe quickly and I leave it to you to test it. I enjoy cooking! )
How to prepare stevia and rice soup:
First wash the stevia and scald it in hot water. Finely chop stevia, onion, carrots, peppers, celery and larch. In a saucepan, pour the water, oil and a little salt, and when it starts to boil, add the onion, carrot, pepper and celery. Cover with a lid and let the vegetables boil, adding a little broth. Meanwhile, wash the rice and let it soak for a few minutes, then add it with the stevia and borscht over the vegetables in the pot. Leave the soup on the fire until the rice is cooked, and a few minutes before taking the pan off the heat, add the larch.
Do not hesitate to prepare this stevia and rice soup for your dwarf, which will make the menu of a fasting day appetizing and healthy!
Loboda soup Romanian purple spinach soup
Stewie and lobster soup - A deliciously hearty Romanian sour soup made with purple spinach, rice, and lots of vegetables. The sour taste comes from adding stevie leaves, another exotic Romanian leafy green vegetable, and lemon juice.
I love spring! The local vegetable market is full of fresh mountain vegetables. There are vendors selling all kinds of leaves on the street. And the one leaf that has my attention since long is loboda & # 8211 a bright purple colored leaf. In English loboda is called orach or purple spinach (also called mountain spinach). The leaves are a beautiful combination of red and green color.
I just had to buy them and cook with them. So I turned to my friend’s mom and asked for loboda recipes. She was the one what had earlier taught me the White bean Romanian soup recipe. "Wolf and stevia soup!" was the answer I got. Ciorba is Romanian for soup and more specifically used for sour soups. The loboda leaves that are quite common this time around are wonderful in soups and salads. I love the deep purple color they give to the broth. To give more body to the soup, short grain rice is added along with the soup vegetables like onions, carrots, and peppers. You can also add potatoes.
The soup is made sour by adding lemon juice or Borș. Borș is fermented wheat liquid that is used as the souring ingredient in Romanian soups. In this soup recipe, Loboda is paired with sour stevie leaves, another seasonal Romanian leafy green vegetable.
Exotic Romanian leafy vegetables: loboda (purple spinach) and stevie
I love exploring and learning new recipes. Traditional Romanian cuisine is very meat based but there are vegetarian dishes like these Romanian soup recipes that are absolutely a must try! If you like this recipe, please take a moment to rate it and / or leave your comments at the end of the blog. It will really encourage me to keep exploring, learning and improving.
What ingredients do we use for the loboda, stevia or nettle soup recipe?
- -2 large stevia bundles, or 2 good hands of nettles or loboda
- -1 large onion or 1 generous bunch of green onions
- -1-2 carrots
- -1 bell peppers (optional)
- -root (celery, parsley, parsnip)
- -50 g of rice
- -bag or lemon juice, cabbage juice
- - hot peppers (optional)
- -leustean, dill, green parsley