Month: October 2020
Should dessert be healthy?
Probably not. Dessert must be sweet and tasty and easy to cook.
But little bit healthiness does not make bad.
This is an interesting and very delicious combination of carrots and barley groats. Sweet carrots and neutral barley complement each other and cold milk makes this everything just amazing.
This is a very good recipe in case you cooked too much barley.
Simple and delicious everyday dish. Gin and juniper berries enhance and boosting chicken and mushroom sweet flavour. Juniper berries impart a sharp, clear flavour.
NB! For cooking use only the mature, dark berries
Juniper berries contain essential oils, sugars, resins, colourants, fatty acids, organic acids, carbohydrates and trace elements (Manganese, Iron, Copper and Aluminum). Juniper berries have anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial effects during colds. Berries also stimulate urine and saphenia and promote digestion.
It is also believed that juniper cleans and strengthens one’s body energetically. For humans, it has the best effect by breathing in, but it can also affect objects around that person. Juniper branches burnt in the house may clean up the bad aura.
More than 400 spices of mushroom grow in Estonia and almost 100 of them are edible. And proximate 25 of them are very good edible mushroom.
I know and foraging for food more than 10 spices.
How to remove additional salt are a lot of tips.
My South Estonian relatives told me that they boiling salted mushroom in milk. And after that no saltness and mushroom look and taste like a fresh.
The second option is to boil mushroom just in the water.
And the simplest one. Put mushroom to soak the night before.
Fresh chanterelle: The mushrooms are cleaned without water, with only a clean, dry towel and paring knife. Heat the chanterelle in a skillet without fat/butter until water has evaporated.
Frozen mushroom: melt, fry slightly.
“koore” is cream and ” klops/ klopitud” means clopped.
So, very creamy and chopped meat. This is so everyday dish and probably known everywhere that even strange to add some recipe. But as I said, Kooreklops is everyday Estonian dish, so let it be.
And maybe interesting to know, that we have two similar and very different 🙂 dishes. Kooreklops and Sibulaklops (onion ). Sibulaklops consists of a lot of stewed and fried onions to achieve special flavour and consistency.