The goose meat is washed and boiled, the foam is thrown away, the meat is washed and boiled in 3 l of water. I boiled for about 2 hours ... I didn't boil the liver from the beginning.
Meanwhile, clean the vegetables, wash them, cut the carrots into thin slices and the other diced vegetables.
Add salt to the soup and when the meat is cooked, add the vegetables and liver. Bring to the boil and prepare dumplings. Separate the yolk from the egg white. Whisk the egg whites, rub the yolks with salt and then add over the egg whites, mixing with the mixer on low speed. Add semolina in the rain (I never measured how much ... it depends and how big the eggs are). The composition should be creamy, soft, like pancake dough, a little thicker. It will start to come off easily from the edges of the bowl and then do not put semolina.
Put the low heat on the soup and put the dumplings with a teaspoon soaked each time in the hot soup. After you have put them all on, the fire is slightly higher and when it starts to boil, add a cup of cold water over the dumplings. Attention, the water is put in the hand and the dumplings are sprinkled! Otherwise they can break!
Bring to the boil until the dumplings swell, then turn off the heat and sprinkle with finely chopped green parsley. Cover the pot with a lid and let the soup rest for at least 15 minutes. In the meantime, the dumplings will swell even more.
& # 8211 500 gr tomatoes
& # 8211 2 peeled red boxes
& # 8211 1 onion
& # 8211 1 carrot
& # 8211 1 telina
& # 8211 1 cup semolina
& # 8211 3 eggs
& # 8211 3 tablespoons oil
& # 8211 pepper, salt
& # 8211 leustean verde
We cook the tomatoes for a few minutes so we can clean their skins. We cut them into cubes.
Cut the carrots, celery and onion into cubes.
Put the carrots, celery and onion to harden. Then add the tomatoes and tomatoes from the box.
Put about 4 liters of water and let the vegetables boil well.
In the meantime we make the dumplings. Separate the egg white from the yolk. Beat the egg whites well with a pinch of salt. When it has become fluffy, add the yolk, then the semolina in the rain. Season with pepper.
When the vegetables are well cooked, put the pot on the fire. I strained the soup. The resulting vegetable is passed through a strainer or mixed in a blender until it becomes a paste.
Put the pot on the fire and add the mashed vegetables.
They are made with a spoonful of dumplings that are put in the soup. Let the semolina boil well.
At the end, add the green larch.
Try this video recipe too
Tomato soup with dumplings.
- We cook the tomatoes for a few minutes so that we can clean their skins. We cut them into cubes.
Cut the carrots, celery and diced onions.
Put the carrots, celery and onion to harden. Saute them well, then add the tomatoes and tomatoes from the box.
Add about 4 liters of water and let the vegetables boil well.
Meanwhile, make the dumplings. Separate the egg whites from the yolk. Beat the egg whites well with a pinch of salt. When it has become fluffy, add the yolks, then the semolina in the rain. Season with pepper.
When the vegetables are well cooked, put the pot on the fire. Strain the soup. Pass the resulting vegetables through a sieve or mix in a blender until it becomes a paste.
Put the pot on the fire and add the mashed vegetables.
Make dumplings that are put in the soup. Let the semolina boil well.
Chicken soup with dumplings
This soup looks great, in fact, all the recipes on this blog are great!
I'm sorry I didn't find this blog before!
Congratulations for everything you have here and for the patience and kindness to share with us the secrets of your kitchen, thank you!
Let me give you a recipe from the years when we were building socialism! CEAUSESCU's last years. Note Chicken Soup.
It seems like the simple recipe for chicken soup from communism. I'm curious how dumplings were made at that time :))
Eggs and semolina were still there, but what do those who now have no money to buy a chicken do?
:) Looks like you're dead to spoil our joke. I remember spending hours queuing at eggs and milk (and most of the time leaving empty-handed) to make my mother's favorite dessert: burnt sugar cream. So maybe only semolina was and then, definitely not eggs! :)
At the risk of sounding cynical, if you really want an answer from me, here it is: money is earned through work. If we don't have the money to buy a chicken for soup, then we work and earn it (or we give up chicken and make soup only with dumplings). I know, it was nice when the communists held our hand and gave us a job, a free apartment, a free college, etc., but times have changed and we have to adapt. Being too young, I did not benefit from any of this and here I can afford to buy a chicken from time to time and, overall, I am quite happy with my life. The life I made myself, as I wanted and as my head went. After all, expressions like "You have a book, you have a part" have always been valid.
Come on, I did this one too !! The outcome. Very very good. Now I put out the fire and started doing it. raisin cookies :))). In the donut recipe I told you that I also made pilaf, now, in the soup recipe I tell you that I started making cookies :)) Nely
I see that you stayed in the kitchen all day :)) At this rate, in a few months you will test all the recipes on the blog.
First of all, I scalded the tomatoes for 2-3 minutes so that they can be easily peeled. I let the tomatoes cool and in the meantime I boiled the vegetables
.I usually take the peppers and onions out of the tomato soup at the end, sometimes even a part of the celery, other times I mix them all in the soup. After the tomatoes cooled, I peeled and mixed the pulp together with the canned ones. I put the tomatoes in a strainer and turned with conviction until only the core remained, somewhat dry, squeezed, weak. I checked that the potato was not raw (it was slightly boiled) and I added the tomato juice to the vegetable soup. I let the vegetables boil, to socialize with the juice. And before I put the dumplings I took them out.
I whipped the egg whites to make them sticky. I added the rubbed yolks with a pinch of salt and 1 tablespoon of oil. I poured the semolina mixed with the teaspoon of starch in the rain, stirring very lightly from the bottom up through the outside of the "quotaluat" until it starts to take on a sponge texture and comes off easily from the walls of the vessel. I left the small fire on the soup and put the dumplings. I left them on low heat for about 5-7 minutes then I twisted them lightly, I left them for a few more minutes, I turned off the fire and put the lid on to swell the dumplings.
Serve hot, possibly with sour cream.