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Tagiolini with komatsuna and cheese…

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Hi,

Some time ago I came across an interesting green, leaf veggie, also known as “Japanese Mustard Spinach”. It was very similar to bok choy but tasted differently. I decided to experiment and made tagiolini with komatsuna and cheese. The addition of crème cheese and blue cheese gave it a creamy structure and defined taste. Please have a look.

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Ingredients:

  • 2x komatsuna
  • 1x onion
  • 1x bowl mushrooms, ca. 250g
  • 1x garlic clove
  • Blue cheese
  • 2tbsp. crème cheese
  • ½ package of tagiolini
  • Parmigiano cheese

Know-how:

  1. Boil tagiolini.
  2. Cut mushrooms in thin strips, chop onion and fry.
  3. Tear komatsuna into pieces and fry with the rest of vegetables.
  4. Strain the tagiolini and pour in a dish.
  5. Top with vegetables and cubes of blue cheese. Top with 1tbsp. crème cheese and parmigiano.

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tagiolini-with-komatsuna-and-melted-cheese

Greetings,

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What I ate… on Sunday 11th of August 2013

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Hi everyone,

BREAKFAST:

To be in line with Saturday’s breakfast, I decided to repeat my great journey with omelette on Sunday as well. My husband was so great and made it for us. He decided to make a “blow mind” omelette and here you can see the results…. I mean… hehe, this doesn’t need any additional comments right? 🙂

omelette with apple

LUNCH:

I had brown bread with butter and mozzarella, plus salad tomatoes and sausages with mustard. Yummy…. 🙂

sausages

DINNER:

For dinner I had yesterday’s leftovers plus I added some extra vegetables (mushrooms, leek and green paprika).

dinner

SNACK:

Two plums.

plum

SUPPER:

An apple, brown bread with melted cheese and cucumber plus a bit of cottage cheese also with cucumber.

apple brown bread cottage cheese

 

🙂

Cheers,

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Pork vegetable soup

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Hi,

Yesterday on my dish was pork vegetable soup.
It is very simple, tasty, healthy and nutritious soup. Once you cook it, the whole house will smell with wonderful aroma.

Ingredients (for 1 person):
–          ½ small cup of wild rice
–          A part of pork with bone
–          ½ liter water
–          Vegetables mix (30% paprika- red, yellow, green; 25% tomatoes; 25% mushrooms; 20% onions). I like this mix because paprika gives unforgettable flavour and onion makes it a bit sweet.
–          2tsp. tomato puree
–          1 bay leaf
–          Salt, pepper and herbs (rosemary, thyme, oregano) to taste

 

Know-how:

  1. Cook rice.
  2. In separate pan cook pork for in half liter of water until meat is tender.
  3. Add vegetables, tomato puree, bay leaf, salt, pepper, herbs and cook for about 15min.
  4. Tear meat from the bone, add to soup.
  5. Discard bay leaves.
  6. Serve:)

 

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Leftover bones can be eaten by a hunter:)