Buckwheat and Mushroom Casserole. Tatra- seenevorm

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The first written notices approve that buckwheat was in Estonia already in 14 th of century. Later, in 19 th century became potato more popular, but still buckwheat is very common and popular in Estonian cuisine.

This is my favourite. Easy to cook and healthy to eat.
By book you should buckwheat before cooking, simmer in hot butter. But at least in Estonia buckwheat is too “dirty” and I  start buckwheat cooking from washing.

I wash buckweat, pour it in  to the boiling water, add some salt and after 15 minutes, strain. Then I heat buckweat in a pot until water has evaporated and add some butter.

Perfect dinner, if you cooked yesterday too much buckwheat:)

Buckwheat and Mushrooms Casserole

  • Servings: 3-4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A fresh, light, vegetable casserole recipe perfect for a dinner.

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Ingredients

    Amounts for 20×20 cm casserole
  • 100 g buckwheat
  • ca 200 g chanterelle.
  • 1 onion. You can add more vegetable: tomato, capsicum, peas, beet, carrot…
  • 1 glove of garlic
  • 1 egg
  • ca 250 ml milk
  • ca 100 g sour cream
  • –salt, pepper, thyme

Directions

  1. Boil buckwheat in to a soft. Let cool down
  2. Fresh chanterelle: Heat the chanterelle in a skillet until water has evaporated. Frozen: melt, fry slightly. Add some oil and sliced vegetables. Cook, until vegetable are half soft
  3. Mix together beaten egg, milk and buckwheat
  4. Put in to the casserole as bottom layer buckwheat mix, then mushrooms with vegetables and as the upper layer again buckwheat.
  5. Spread dish with sour cream
  6. Bake in to the oven at 180 C convection for 40-45 minutes.
  7. Head isu!

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7 comments on “Buckwheat and Mushroom Casserole. Tatra- seenevorm”

  1. Great recipe! I love buckwheat too and I’m intrigued by the idea of ‘simmering it in hot butter’, I must try.
    I also look forward to trying this recipe as it sounds absolutely delicious! Thank you 🙂

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  2. I’ve discovered buckwheat only recently, I never knew it in Romania although its being so popular in Eastern Europe. I like it very much now, but I cannot say I cooked it often, mostly in soups. I like this recipe, I should give it a try.

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