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Emointhekitchen
  • Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Salads,  Spring

    Recipes from Emma chicken breast and lettuce

    emointhekitchen I am very happy to share the secrets of cooking daughter Emma’s recipes.💗 It’s easy, so try it… You will need: 2 pieces chicken breast 1 iceberg lettuce sunflower seeds 2 garlic 1 vegetarian cream 2 potato 1 red chilli Procedure: We fry the chicken breast and slice it into bite-sized pieces. Cut the potatoes. Heat the oils in a large pan over medium-high heat. Add the potatoes and season with salt and pepper. Cook until potatoes are golden and crisp, 5 minutes. Turn the potatoes and cook until golden brown on the other sides, for another 5 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare a creamy vegetarian dressing by blending together lemon…

  • Armenia,  Recipes,  Salads,  Vegetarian

    Tomatoes stuffed with cheese

    emointhekitchen Armenia never disappoints when it comes to its delicious cuisine. Whether you are a foodie or just someone who likes good food, the flavours and dishes of Armenia are sure to leave you satisfied. One dish you definitely have to try is stuffed tomatoes. I filled these juicy tomatoes with a spicy mixture and fresh curd that creates flavours with every bite. You will need: 2 tomatoes fresh cottage cheese cheddar cheese cucumber basil Procedure: Remove the tomato stems and wash them thoroughly. Then use a sharp knife to cut the top of the tomatoes (try to make a zigzag shape). Scoop out the inside of the tomatoes with…

  • Armenia,  Indian summer,  Recipes,  Salads,  Vegetarian

    Carrot salad

    emointhekitchen Nothing beats a hearty Armenian carrot salad to start your day off right. They packed this dish with nutritious ingredients like carrots, walnuts, and sour cream, and it’s hearty enough to keep you full until lunch. Plus, it’s so easy you can have it on your desk in no time. If you’re looking for a delicious and healthy way to start your day, look no further than this Armenian Carrot Salad. It will definitely become a breakfast staple in your household. You will need: 2 large carrots 1 clove of garlic salt, pepper, parsley, coriander (optional) 1 sour cream 50 g walnuts Procedure: Grate the carrot coarsely, chop the…

  • China,  Japan,  Mushrooms,  Recipes,  Salads,  Summer,  Vegetarian

    Edamame beans

    emointhekitchen History Soybeans (edamame beans) were first cultivated in China some 7000 years ago. The place of origin is said to be East Asia and China. It is said that it was already eaten in its present form during the Nara and Heian periods. The term dates from the year 1275, when the Japanese monk Nichiren wrote a note thanking a parishioner for the gift of “edamame” he had left at the temple. In 1406, during the Ming dynasty in China, the leaves of the soybeans were eaten and during outbreaks of famine, it was recommended that citizens eat the beans whole or use them ground up and added to…

  • Armenia,  Meat and Poultry,  Mushrooms,  Recipes,  Salads

    Layered pancake salad

    emointhekitchen Armenia, a small country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, is home to some of the most delicious food you will ever taste. One of their most popular dishes is the layered meat and egg pancake. This dish is made with a thin dough that is filled with ground meat, eggs, and vegetables, then fried or baked. The pancake is a perfect example of Armenian cuisine – it is healthy, hearty, and absolutely delicious. If you ever have the chance to visit Armenia, be sure to try this dish. You won’t be disappointed. You will need: four pancakes 200 g of ground beef 2 onions a cup of water…

  • Dairy,  Recipes,  Salads,  Winter

    Carrot & Raisin Salad

    emointhekitchen This time I would like to introduce you to an ordinary carrot popular on business trips. Once you make it, you can eat it little by little every day. Carrots are a strong ally of women and modern people. The main thing is said to be medicinal, healthy in the gastrointestinal tract, hydrates and hydrates the body. It is a food that women want to eat every day, not to mention those who have symptoms such as dry skin, anaemia, dizziness and insomnia. It is ideal for people who tend to use their eyes excessively, so please follow the recipe. We need: (for about 2 people) 1 large (or…

  • Grains and Legumes,  Recipes,  Salads,  Spring

    Buckwheat with spring brynza and herbs

    emointhekitchen (unsuitable in case of damp shire, retan) After a long winter, perhaps everyone is looking forward to a warm spring. I am adding a few recipes for inspiration. In the spring, suitable foods are fresh, light, and juicy, so that we can sufficiently nourish the yin of the liver and kidneys, especially people such as wood – tendons, and weight loss. This will reduce the increase in the internal wind of the liver. Suitable are, for example, celery, celery tubers, anise, black sesame, quality oils, gooseberries, fresh spinach leaves, and artichokes. For types with yang xu, cold-blooded, exhausted after winter, and often cold, we still add naturally sweeter dishes…

  • Chicken Salad with Pomegranate
    Armenia,  Meat and Poultry,  Recipes,  Salads,  Winter

    Chicken meat salad with pomegranate

    emointhekitchen As I mentioned in the section About me, I like different types of ethnic cuisine. Traditional recipes refer to the fact that our ancestors knew about healthy nutrition, life in harmony with nature and different seasons more than we do. In a way, I fell in love with Armenian cuisine. Armenia has been involuntarily and many times in history affected by many different nations and probably because of that its cuisine has assumed a lot of foreign elements. In the difficult times of Armenian history, it was also important to get out with simple ingredients. This led to great modesty and at the same time extraordinary creativity. Although this…

  • Recipes,  Salads,  Summer,  Vegetarian

    Summer salad of sprouted mung beans with avocado, mango, arugula and roasted macadamia nuts

    emointhekitchen The salad is suitable for consumption in these hot summer months. The cold nature of the mung and the bitter taste of the arugula will refresh our bodies, and macadamia nuts and avocados will provide quality fats. Enjoy your meal. Ingredients: 125g mung beans 1 larger avocado (or 2 smaller) 1 mango arugula (or dandelion leaves) 80 g of macadamia nuts olive oil salt Method: We first soak the mung beans in a bowl for 10-12 hours, then rinse them and let them germinate (germination time 1-3 days; here it is necessary to rinse and change the water at least twice a day). Rinse the sprouted mungo again, pour…

  • Beet-root Salad
    Armenia,  Recipes,  Salads

    Beetroot Salad

    emointhekitchen Honestly, like a child, but in fact until my twenty-five, I hated red beet from the bottom of my heart. I had it connected to the school canteen. It was always cooked, diced and marinated in a kind of odd salty-sweet and sour marinade. I always felt like I was forced to eat clay…Fortunately, these reminiscences have disappeared over time. You will need: 1 large beet (cooked or raw according to taste) 50 g of walnuts (pre-soaked, chopped) approx. 200 g sour cream (or Greek-type yoghurt) salt, pepper, parsley Grate the beetroot coarsely, add chopped nuts, salt, pepper, parsley, and sour cream and mix gently. Serve garnished for example…