Thick Potatoes. Paksud kartulid

Very nutritious vegetable dish. Combine different vegetables for different result .

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pakskartul (7)Very nutritious vegetable dish. Combine different vegetables for a different result.

And add more colour by adding more carrots or turnip or celery.

Serve with a side dish with meat or fish. Or as vegetable porridge.
Serve with sour cream or butter. And drink some sour milk, as Estonians usually do 🙂

 

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Thick Potatoes. Paksud kartulid

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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A ethnic simple and delicious vegetable dish.


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Ingredients

  • 5 potatoes ( ca 500 g)
  • 200 g parsnip
  • 1 carrot
  • 2 l water
  • 2 dl (ca 150 g) pearl barley
  • 50 g butter
  • –  salt, lemon or apple juice

Directions

  1. Peel and clean vegetables and cut into cubes.
  2. Stew in an oven under the cover for 1,5 hours until soft.
  3. Mash vegetables by hand with the masher. And season with salt and acid.

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Source: Võrokõisi Köögi ja söögiraamat. T. Guerrin ja K. Karu
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4 comments on “Thick Potatoes. Paksud kartulid”

  1. Had never heard the term before! Makes me smile: a real winter dish when the days are short, the blizzard is blowing outside and there is nought in the larder but root vegetables and grains . . . sure would fill you up whilst waiting for the green of spring . . .

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