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Finely chop the vegetables and boil them in the multicooker bowl, using the BOIL program. When it starts to boil, add the diced potatoes and continue cooking until they are well penetrated.
In the meantime, we are preparing the composition for the meatballs. Chop the chicken breast, season the meat with salt and pepper to taste and add the egg, mixing the ingredients.
We taste the soup with salt, we add a spoonful of oil and then, from the meat composition, we form the meatballs one by one, putting them in the soup. Boil them until they rise to the surface, color with broth / tomato juice and sour with a little borscht. After boiling, two, sprinkle the fresh greens, finely chopped. Serve hot. Good appetite!
Chicken meatball soup (Multicooker) - Recipes
For the owners of such a Philips Multicooker device, the smells in the kitchen can no longer find their place. plus as beginners in cooking, they can sleep peacefully while the food is being prepared, goodbye burnt food!
0.400 g minced pork
3 tablespoons rice (washed and drained)
a finely chopped onion
1/2 teaspoon salt
a powder of ground pepper
finely chopped dill / parsley
a carrot (cleaned and grated)
two green onion slices, cut into julienne
a red bell pepper, cut into cubes
0.400 g chopped tomatoes (canned)
a tablespoon of rice (washed and drained)
two tablespoons oil
finely chopped green larch
2 liters of water
0.500 ml bag
salt to taste
I added the oil and chopped vegetables to the Teflon pot, and lightly poured water over them.
I pressed the MENU button and selected the STEW program, I pressed the COOKING TIME button and I selected 30 minutes, then the START button.
While the Multicooker did its job, I prepared the meatballs, homogenizing all the ingredients, then with my hand slightly moistened with water, I formed the meatballs the size of walnuts, which I placed on a tray until they were placed in the pot.
After about 20 minutes of boiling, I added to the pot the meatballs one by one and a spoonful of rice, I mixed lightly and leaving the lid of the appliance down, I pressed the COOKING TIME button and selected 30 minutes.
During this time, I tasted salt, added chopped tomatoes, borscht and larch.
When it has finished its program, the Philips device has automatically switched to KEEP WARM!
What costs do you expect if you want to take your child to a private kindergarten?
Super crowded spaces, outdated methodology and short curriculum are the main reasons that urge many parents to avoid the state preschool education system and look for an alternative in the private system. And the last few years have brought multiple options to choose from. Although we would be tempted to believe that proximity is what matters mainly in choosing a private kindergarten, in fact others are the main decision makers: the educational program offered by the school and, of course, the costs involved. Because despite appearances, most of those who choose private education are not people with above average incomes, but are people who make financial efforts to provide children with a pleasant environment and according to their inclinations.
The prices are extremely varied in the case of private kindergartens, but most use the same calculation system: tuition fee - with monthly, quarterly or annual payment, to which is added the price of meals, which varies between 15 and 21 lei per day. Naturally, if you announce the absence of the child in advance on certain days after kindergarten, the meal fee will be deducted from the subsequent bill.
What is the program for enrolling in kindergartens in the new school year can be found here.
The first steps in the kitchen
Mmmm. Every time I cook meatball soup I remember with pleasure that it was the first soup I ever cooked, and the top came out very good. So from time to time I repeat this experience :)
For meatball soup we need:
300gr minced meat (I used turkey, but it goes well with pork, beef, chicken)
2 medium onions
2-3 tablespoons of rice
2 tablespoons broth
2 tablespoons oil
larch or parsley
2.5 liters of water
Finely chop the onion, as well as the pepper, and grate the carrot and celery, or if you want you can chop them as well.
Cook the onion in a little oil, then add the carrots and celery, and at the end the peppers. After the vegetables have been well cooked, add the 2.5 liters of water and let it boil.
Meanwhile, prepare the meatballs. For the meatballs, chop a small onion, mix it with the meat and an egg, season with salt and pepper. Then with a slightly wet hand, form balls of suitable sizes (bigger, smaller, as you want) .
When the water starts to boil, turn on the low heat (so that the meatballs don't spread) and let the meatballs boil in the pot. Let it boil, then add the rice and the 2 tablespoons of broth (which you can always replace with fresh tomatoes or in broth). Let it boil well, and when they are ready, the soup is soured (with lemon salt or borscht), and the other egg is beaten like an omelette and turned into a thin thread over the soup. This is optional, but we really like those "rags".
At the end, add a handful of larch or parsley, leave it on the fire for another 2-3 minutes and the soup is ready.
I sincerely hope you try it because it is a very good and nutritious soup.
38 foods that are not kept in the refrigerator
The refrigerator seems the perfect place to keep all the food you bought for a long time. In reality, the low temperature changes the taste, texture or consistency of some products, which will spoil faster than you would expect. Below is a list of 38 foods that do not like the cold at all, being recommended to store them in a room with a medium temperature.
Me with passion, in the kitchen
How in Banat, besides soup with dumplings, you can also eat a lot of period soup, I know how to make a very good broth soup! My husband says it's exceptional!
- 6 large carrots
- 2 tablespoons margarine
- bors magic
- sour cream
- 1/2 kg of minced meat
- 1 carrot
- 1 potato
- 1/4 celery
- pepper 2 eggs
- 2 tablespoons flour
We grate the carrots on the small grater. We put them in the pot to dilute with margarine. When they have softened, add water. Let the water boil.
We prepare the meatballs like this: we grate the vegetables on the small grater. Mix all the ingredients and form meatballs. When the water boils, add the meatballs. When they rise to the surface it means that they are cooked. We add salt and magic borscht, to taste. Serve with sour cream and hot peppers!