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Duck Legs with Cranberries

This is weekend food for lazy people 🙂

Duck Legs with Cranberries

  • Servings: 4
  • Difficulty: easy
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A delicious slow cooking food for weekend.

Ingredients

  • 4 duck legs
  • 3 cloves garlic, sliced
  • 3-4 bay leaf
  • ca 100 g cranberries, slovenly crushed
  • salt, pepper

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Duck Legs with Cranberries

Directions

  1. Rub the duck legs with garlic, cranberries and bay leaf. And leave set for overnight ( in fridge)
  2. Preheat oven up to a maximum ( 220 C)
  3. Season duck with pepper and salt
  4. Cover oven pot with lid and reduce heat up to 165
  5. Cook 3 hours.
  6. Head isu!


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Duck Legs With Cranberries

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Pearl Barley Risotto. Orsoto.

orsoto-8Recepie for Pearl Barley.

St Catherine’s Day, Kadripäev, Nov 25 has been named after St Catherine, the patron saint of sheep. The mores and songs of St Catherine’s Day were very similar to the mores of St Martin’s Day.
St Catherine’s Day was probably an ancient holiday, the beginning of women’s wintry handicraft was celebrated. During the winter, the women had to spin yard and thread from wool and flax and knit fabric and clothes for the whole family.
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Layered Salad with Beetroot and Herring. Kasukas

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Layered Beet and Herring Salad. Kasukas.

This is the best Beet Salad.

Layered Salad from beet and herring needs transparent bowl for serving. “Kasukas” mean in estonian “fur coat”, and name probably came from meaning that fur coat, covers you as layer .
The layered beetroot and herring salad originates from East Slavic cuisine. During Soviet times, this salad, with its special sauce made of sour cream, mayonnaise and mustard, was prepared for celebrations along with potato salad and the Russian beet and potato salad.

Beetroot has been used in Estonian cuisine already since the 17th–18th century. A lot of beetroot dishes have reached us through Slavic cuisine, so dishes like Russian beetroot and potato salad, Borscht and cold beetroot soups were known already in the Baltic German cuisine. From then on, beetroot dishes were included among the foods of the pre-war Republic of Estonia.

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Turnip Soup

Turnip Soup

  • Servings: 4-6
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I know about Turnip two things.
The First is famous Russian Fairy Tale. And the second, before potato arrived from America, ancient Estonians ate turnips.
Turnip in estonian ” Naeris”. And ” Naeris” means, “laughed”, as well. So, “Naeris naeris”- means “Turnip laughed” 🙂

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Turnip Soup

Ingredients

  • onion
  • 2 carrots
  • ca 50 g butter
  • 2 potato
  • 2 turnips
  • 2 apple
  • for seasoning mustard, sour cream and salt, pepper

Directions


1. Chop vegetables
2. Turn on the Kettle
3. Melt in the pot butter and add onion and carrot
4. Pour in boiling water
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Meat Ball Soup. Frikadellisupp

Meat Ball Soup. Frikadellisupp.

  • Servings: 4-6
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Meat Ball Soup. Frikadellisupp

Ingredients


For Frikadellid (36 pcs)
– 400 g minced meat
– 1 clove garlic
– 1 egg
– 100 ml cold water
– 2 tablespoon grated bread or slice a bread
– salt, pepper

For Soup
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– 1 potato per eater
– 1 onion
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Cabbage and Minced Meat Stew

Cabbage and Minced Meat Stew

  • Servings: 4
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Ingredients

  • ca 600 g minced meat. Best is 50% pork and 50% beef
  • 1 clove garlic
  • 1 onion
  • 1 small cabbage
  • 200 ml cream
  • salt, pepper, thyme

Directions

  1. Cook in hot oil minced meat and onion, garlic
  2. Add cutted cabbage and ca 200 ml hot water, Season.
  3. Mix together and stew under the lid ca 10 min, while cabbage ready
  4. Add cream. Boil. Taste.
  5. Serve with boiled potatos.

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Chicken Soup with Dumplings

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Chicken Soup with Dumplings

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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This is weekend soup, because needs more time for perfect broth

Chicken Soup with Dumplings

Ingredients

    Broth
  • bony chicken is  better, ca 600 g
  • salt, pepper, laurel
  • For Soup

  • per eater 1 potato
  • 1/2 carrot per eater
  • 1 onion
  • For Dumplings

  • 1 egg
  • 250 ml flour
  • 50 ml broth
  • 1 tablespoon soft butter
  • (salt)

Directions


1. Place the chicken in a large pot. Pour cold water over the bones
2. Bring the broth to a boil
3. Remove the impurities that float to the surface. A frothy/foamy layer will form and it
can be easily scooped off with a big spoon. Throw this part away.
4. Add  salt, pepper, spices
5. Reduce to a simmer and simmer until done
6. Boil min 30 minute, while chicken is ready. Ideal would be 1 hour.
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