12 Good Recipes For Breakfast And Dinner

Good Recipes For Breakfast And Dinner

Posted on December 10, 2010 by team


“Lazy” curd dumplings is a very easy-to-cook dish and can be cooked practically by everyone! They are called “lazy” also because it does not take much time to prepare them so they can be easily served for breakfast – curd dumplings are light but nutritious!

Also in this post one original recipe of red borsch is added!

And now about our lazy dumplings. We need: 250 grams of cottage cheese, one egg, melted butter, 2 teaspoonfuls of sugar, salt and flour.

We mix butter, an egg, salt and sugar. Then we add cottage cheese and knead everything well. Then add flour.

Now we cover the breadboard with flour and put the mass on it.

Adding flour, if necessary, we roll such sausages.

Now put a pan with salty water on fire and cut our dough sausages like that.

When the water boils we put the dumplings there and wait until they come to the surface. Pull them off into the plate, add sour cream and honey (or sugar).

Ready!

And now, it’s time to cook something for dinner! Here’s a very interesting recipe of red borsch. We need: pork – 500 grams, white cabbage – half of a head, 3 carrots, 3 green bell peppers, 4 red tomatoes, 100 grams of raw pork fat, a bunch of dill, 3 cloves of garlic, potatoes – 400 grams.

We peel the vegetables. Then put our meat into cold water and when it’s on the boil – we scum, make the fire smaller and let it simmer slowly.

Now we cut raw pork fat and fry it a bit. Then add cut onion, then grated beet and carrot, some broth from the pan, tomatoes or tomato-paste and stew it all slowly.

This is what we should get!

When the meat is almost ready, we cut it like this (or in any other shape – as you wish). We also chop cabbage, bell peppers and potatoes. Put everything into the pan and boil.

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12 Responses to “Good Recipes For Breakfast And Dinner”

  1. Unknown says:

    C’est bon ca.

  2. dvik says:

    Uuu blod !

  3. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    Looks fine like some Italian stuff, english-sicilja.ru!

    • Archy Bunka says:

      A. ‘Merican here.

      C’mon, ya bum. Those Eye-talian tutti-fruttis got pasta fer brains. Real Americans eat yer Steak n tators.

  4. bongozz says:

    Polish curd cheese :)

  5. Brazilski says:

    As Borsch seems to be more of a Pan-Slavic recipe than a distinctly Russian one, shoudln’t an authentic Russian borsch be made specifically with beef broth rather than porc?

  6. Joe says:

    The first one looks like italian Gnocchi.

  7. alonso says:

    primeeerooo

  8. alien1905 says:

    I believe there is no problem to buy cottage cheese at lease in walmart for example…

  9. Musa says:

    Mmmm… They both look wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

  10. Neil says:

    Hmmm. I tried to get the kids to make the dumplings, but they struggled with the ingrediant list…
    250 grams of cottage cheese (Okay),
    one egg (Okay),
    melted butter (We tried 50 grams),
    2 teaspoonfuls of sugar (Okay),
    salt (They tried 2 teaspoonfuls, thinking it was the same as the sugar)
    and flour (we tried 1/2 a cup).

    They were a bit salty

    Can anyone help me with the right quantities, please??

    • Andrey says:

      No salt in the pastry usually. Salt add to water, just a little.
      Сottage cheese should be normal. No low fat.
      One more feature: cottage cheese rub through sieve.

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