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put flour in a bowl make a hole, add sugar, salt, yeast, margarine, oil. Mix with a tablespoon of flour and leave to make blisters for 15 minutes, then knead a dough that does not stick to your hands. Leave the crust for an hour until it doubles in volume, then grease a tray with oil and form buns that we place in the shape of a daisy. Grease with beaten egg with a little sugar, sprinkle with sesame and poppy seeds and bake until golden brown.

When it is ready, grease it with a little water, when it is warm, put a cellophane and cover it with a towel.

Homemade bread & # 8211 fluffy bread recipes like at home mom

Homemade bread reminds us of childhood and the recipes that our grandmothers used to prepare for family meals. Today, we can try a variety of homemade bread recipes, all with an authentic texture and taste. Discover the secrets of homemade bread and the tastiest recipes.

To prepare homemade bread with a fluffy core and crispy crust you need to know some secrets related to the use of ingredients. There are many types of flour, but not all of them can help you get the result of traditional fluffy bread. Below we will tell you the secrets to making the best homemade bread.

Bread and carbohydrates

The main ingredient in bread is flour. But what exactly is flour?

Flour is the product of grinding grain. Wheat is usually used, although barley or rye can also be used. There is also flour of animal origin (from bones, fish, etc.), but it is used for other purposes. However, The common denominator of all types of bread is starch, a complex carbohydrate.

Cereals are rich in carbohydrates and, although many popular diets exclude them, they contain essential macronutrients. They contribute to meeting the energy needs of the body and the formation of its tissues. For this reason, the recommended daily intake of carbohydrates is between 30 and 35% of the total macronutrients needed.

Unfortunately, many people exceed this percentage every day. Many foods contain high levels of carbohydrates. Excessive intake of carbohydrates causes them to be stored in the body in the form of fat in the fat layer.

Because, Limiting carbohydrate intake is recommended in many diets for weight loss. Some people avoid bread because the assortments made from white flour are usually high in carbohydrates. In addition, bread is a food that many eat daily - sometimes even several times a day.

However, are there other options?

Peasant recipes: Homemade bread without yeast

by Otilia Teposu, Number 1419 Photo: Shutterstock

The period of isolation and social distancing in which we have lived in recent months has meant, among other things, a return to long-forgotten habits and occupations, preserved only in the memories of the richest in years. We were forced to rediscover ways to manage ourselves in times of crisis, to replace what we lacked with what we had at hand. Many preferred, for example, to prepare their own bread. The Internet has exploded with bread recipes. But what good is it if the yeast was getting harder and harder and was missing from the shops for weeks on end? I think that the recipes for unleavened bread, which I discovered during my travels with my magazine colleagues around the country, are suitable for such more difficult periods. What used to be a common thing seems almost exotic to us today. I remember fondly the women from whom I took these recipes: Mother Petronia, from a monastery in Apuseni, Agora Rafte, the centenary of the Macedonian Dobrogean Cypriots, Helga Schultz, keeper of the huge key of the evangelical church in a Saxon village, aunt Ileana from Voivodenii Sălajului, grandmother Măndica from Câmpenii de Vrancea and, first and foremost, my dear Buna, who used to put me in her childhood, every Saturday morning, to keep her wooden bowl, so that she could knead the dough bread.

Bread like in the Land of the Moths

First prepare a & # 8222aluţel & # 8221, which takes the place of the yeast, as follows: Put 1 kg of flour in a bowl, make room in the middle and pour lukewarm water, in which dissolve 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 tablespoon of bran and 1 tablespoon of sunflower, corn or pumpkin oil. Mix the flour with so much lukewarm water, until you get a very hard dough (dough). The dough is left to rise for an hour, then it is made into thick one-finger cakes, with a diameter of no more than 10 cm. The dumplings are dried in the sun. They must be very well dried, otherwise they will mold. Store in a paper bag. These pancakes are used instead of yeast. When we want to make bread, we soak a cake in hot water, crush it and mix it with 1 teaspoon of sugar or honey. We put the mixture in the middle of the sifted flour (1 kg) for bread. Leave the bowl covered for at least half an hour, until small blisters begin to form in the dough with the dough. Then knead the dough, adding two or three tablespoons of oil. When the dough comes off the hands and the bowl, sprinkle with flour and cover with a napkin. Leave to rise, hot, for at least an hour, then divide into trays well greased with oil, butter or lard. The trays are kept in a warm place, protected from currents, for another half an hour, then put in the preheated oven. The bread taken out of the oven is worshiped by God, the sign of the cross is made on it, it is covered with a towel and left to cool.

Cornbread as in Vrancea

In Vrancea, on the Putna Valley, instead of & # 8222aluățel & # 8221, a mayonnaise obtained from wheat flour is used, mixed with corn. To 1 kg of white flour add 300 g of cornmeal, 4 tablespoons of oil, salt and warm water, as needed to obtain a suitable mixture of hard. From this, about 18-20 pancakes are made, which are dried very well and then stored in a dry place. To make bread, 1 kg of wheat flour is used for 1 kg of wheat flour, dissolved in warm water, instead of yeast.

Summer bread from Sălaj

Instead of yeast, during the summer, women from the villages of Sălaj use a juice obtained by fermenting the vine leaves. Break into 15-20 pieces of vine leaves and cover with half a liter of lukewarm water, in which put 1 tablespoon of sugar or honey. The mixture is left in the sun, covered with a cloth, until it begins to ferment (lasts a few days). Then strain the liquid obtained and use it to knead a loaf of 1 kg of flour. During kneading, add salt and a little oil. After the dough becomes elastic, good for shaping, it is left warm, covered, to rise. After an hour, form the bread and put it in the greased pan. The bread can also be put on cabbage, horseradish or maple leaves, greased with oil. It tastes better. The bread tray is kept in a warm place for half an hour before being placed in the oven.

Saxon bread

Soak raisins, plums, apples, pears - a handful of grapes in 800 ml of warm water. Keep the bowl warm for one, two days, then drain the water and knead the dough with 1 kg of wheat flour, 100 g of rye flour, half a kg of boiled and crushed potatoes, 150 ml of corn oil, salt and , if necessary, a little warm water in which they boiled the potatoes. The kneaded dough is left to rest for at least 1 hour, then it is put in trays and left to rise for at least half an hour. Before baking, the breads are topped with a knife, sprinkled with a little milk and sprinkled with pumpkin seeds.

The bread of the vineyards

In regions with vineyards, the dough is kneaded, instead of yeast, with the foam made by the fermenting must. To 1 kg of flour put half a cup of hot mustard foam, 1 teaspoon of sugar, salt and a little warm water. Leave the dough to rise for an hour, then put it in trays that are kept warm, leavened, and then bake the bread on the right heat. In some villages, the bread taken out of the oven is beaten with a knife, to remove the over-burned crust, which hardens.

Dobrogean pita with cumin

From 1 kg of flour, a cup of pumpkin or sunflower oil, 500 ml of lukewarm water and a little salt knead a suitable hard dough. In the dough add 2-3 tablespoons of cumin seeds. Sprinkle on top with flour and leave, covered, at rest, for half an hour. It is then spread on two-finger-thick sheets, which are baked in oiled trays. The thinner sheets can be filled with leeks, cheese, onions, or cabbage hardened in oil, then rolled tightly so as not to lose the filling, and placed next to each other in a greased pan. Bake in the oven over medium heat.

The bread recipe section of the blog has become quite varied, but I like to try a new recipe from time to time. I discovered this recipe in a group on Facebook. I found it interesting, so I prepared it and I didn't regret it. Bread comes out flexible, by Continue Reading & # 8220Slices of bread with cheese and seeds & # 8221

For almost two years since this blog has existed, I have posted enough recipes for low-carbohydrate bread. I also made crispy bread (crackers), but also fluffier, in the oven or in the pan, in the form of buns or thin slices (focaccia type). What else could I learn about Continue Reading & # 8220Bread-flavored keto bread & # 8221

The 1800 calorie diet

This diet is recommended for people who, in order to lose weight, practice intense physical activity and also for those who are in the period of maintaining a weight loss regime. The diet allows you to season your salads and vegetables with lemon juice, meat and vegetables can be salted, pepper and cumin are allowed. Coffee or tea can be consumed with sugar.

Breakfast (295 calories)
a coffee or tea and 3 crumbs & # 8211 93 calories
a bowl of low-fat cottage cheese and a peach & # 8211 202 calories

Snack from 10 a.m. (52 calories)
an Apple

Lunch (709 calories)
cucumber salad (150 grams) and a low-calorie yogurt
steak with onion (150 grams) + lean cream (10 grams) & # 8211 264 calories
baked potato garnish (100 grams) + grated cheese (15 grams) & # 8211 166 calories
a slice of Telemea cheese (30 grams) & # 8211 102 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
a kiwi & # 8211 26 calories

Snack from 5 pm (15 calories) & # 8211 a slice of melon (50 g) & # 8211 15 calories

Dinner (725 calories)
a radish + lean butter (10 grams) & # 8211 60 calories
pressed ham (150 g) + lean cream (10 g) + lemon & # 8211 155 calories
carrot garnish with stewed chives (150 g) & # 8211 50 calories
a fruit yogurt & # 8211 85 calories
a slice of bread & # 8211 95 calories
a serving of caramel cream (100 g) & # 8211 280 calories

Total: 1796 calories

Breakfast (298 calories)
a cup of skim milk (250 ml) + wheat flakes (30 g) & # 8211 237 calories
o para & # 8211 61 calories

Snack from 10 a.m. (52 calories)
an Apple

Lunch (689 calories)
lettuce (100 g) + a teaspoon of vinegar & # 8211 45 calories
chicken breast (200 grams) + a glass of white wine + garlic + parsley & # 8211 175 calories
garnish: curry rice (30 g) + lean butter (10 grams) & # 8211 153 calories
a slice of telemea (25 g) & # 8211 100 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
a serving of caramel cream & # 8211 120 calories

Snack from 5 p.m.
a fruit yogurt & # 8211 85 calories

Dinner (676 calories)
a bowl of grated carrots (100 g) + lemon juice & # 8211 47 calories
omelette with greens (2 eggs) & # 8211 152 calories
Pumpkin puree (200 g) + a tablespoon of sour cream 20% fat & # 8211 146 calories
a slice of sheep cheese 30 g & # 8211 102 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
a bowl of strawberries (150 g) + powdered sugar (20 g) & # 8211 134 calories

Total: 1800 calories

Breakfast: (298 calories)
bird's breast (100g) + salt and pepper + 2 breadcrumbs + a kiwi & # 8211 238 calories
a slice of cheese & # 8211 60 calories

Snack from 10 a.m. (52 calories)
a peach

Lunch (697 calories)
tomato salad (100 grams) + a teaspoon of oil & # 8211 67 calories
chicken leg (150 g) roasted with spices & # 8211 225 calories
spaghetti garnish (30 g) + low butter (10 g) & # 8211 146 calories
a serving of salted cow's cheese (30 g) & # 8211 119 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
3-4 apricots & # 8211 45 calories

Snack from 5 pm (52 ​​calories)
an Apple

Dinner (703 calories)
a grapefruit with powdered sugar (10 g) & # 8211 83 calories
Baked fish with potatoes and tomatoes & # 8211 210 calories
spinach garnish (200 g) + low cream & # 8211 92 calories
a fruit yogurt & # 8211 85 calories
a slice of bread & # 8211 95 calories
fresh fruit salad (150 grams) & # 8211 130 calories

Breakfast (303 calories)
a slice of ham (60 g) + lean butter (10 g) & # 8211 198 calories
2 breadcrumbs + a grapefruit & # 8211 105 calories

Snack from 10 a.m. (52 calories)
or nectarine

Lunch (687 calories)
1/2 melon + 20 ml wine & # 8211 82 calories
a grilled veal ribs (150 g) + lemon juice & # 8211 168 calories
pea garnish (150 g) + lettuce (100 g) & # 8211 117 calories
a natural yogurt & # 8211 45 calories
lemon juice (2 glasses) & # 8211 180 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories

Snack from 5 pm (61 calories)
a pear

Dinner (697 calories)
a bowl of red cabbage (100 g) + a teaspoon of oil and a teaspoon of vinegar & # 8211 120 calories
omelette with finely chopped mushrooms (2 eggs) & # 8211 172 calories
garnish: cauliflower au gratin (10 g) + skim milk (50 ml) & # 8211 129 calories
a slice of salted cow's cheese & # 8211 119 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
a mango & # 8211 62 calories

Total & # 8211 1800 calories

Breakfast (302 calories)
coffee or tea + a slice of bread + a low-fat yogurt & # 8211 140 calories
low butter (10 g) + jam of your choice (25 g) & # 8211 110 calories
a peach & # 8211 52 calories

Snack from 10 a.m. (52 calories)
an Apple

Lunch (700 calories)
asparagus (200 g) + a tablespoon of oil & # 8211 152 calories
baked mackerel (200 g) + spices + lemon juice & # 8211 135 calories
boiled potato garnish (100 g) + low-fat butter (10 g) & # 8211 124 calories
a slice of cheese & # 8211 94 calories
a slice of bread & # 8211 95 calories
fresh fruit salad (100 g) & # 8211 100 calories

Snack from 5 pm (52 ​​calories)
a peach

Dinner (693 calories)
raw salad (150 g) + a tablespoon of sunflower oil + lemon & # 8211 165 calories
herring fillet (150 g) + lemon juice & # 8211 135 calories
garnish of green beans (100 g) saute + butter (10 g) -100 calories
a slice of salted Telemea cheese & # 8211 78 calories
a slice of bread (35 g) & # 8211 95 calories
a serving of caramel cream (100 g) & # 8211 120 calories

Total: 1799 calories

The food plan is resumed for the next days, requiring two weeks of diet.

Disclaimer: The information in this article belongs exclusively to the author of this material and gives a personal experience in the fight against extra pounds. Any medical recommendation contained in this material is for informational purposes only. The results are not typical, they can vary from individual to individual and may depend on everyone's lifestyle, health, but also other factors.

What do we need for the homemade ketchup recipe?

  • -1O kg fleshy tomatoes, well cooked
  • - 4 kg of red kapia peppers, donuts or red bell peppers, meaty
  • -1 kg onion
  • - 100 ml of vinegar
  • -glices to taste (I put 4 large dogs, I do not want strong taste)
  • -1 link celery leaves
  • -1 link fresh basil (or 1 tablespoon dried)
  • - a few sprigs of thyme and fresh oregano (or 1 teaspoon dry)
  • -2-3 bay leaves
  • -2-3 tablespoons salt (to taste)
  • 150 g sugar
  • ginger root -about 5-6 cm from the root
  • hot peppers 1-2 pieces
  • ground pepper 1-3 tablespoons, depending on how fast you want it to be (1 tablespoon grated - for sweet - 3 tablespoons for hot)
  • ienibahar - 1 tsp
  • coriander - 1 tsp

How to make a homemade ketchup recipe?

Wash the tomatoes, remove the spine and the green part inside, pass them through the juice machine and put everything to boil.

Bake the peppers, peel them and, together with the peeled onion, pass them through a mincer or robot.

To make sure it comes out as fine as possible, I put in the blender a little, then I poured everything over the juice.

Add the bay leaf and hot pepper, cut in half. Foam and let it boil, stirring periodically, until it reaches the desired consistency.

Now add the fresh, whole greens, garlic, grated ginger, salt, sugar, freshly ground spices and let it boil for another 10 minutes.

If not fresh, add dry. Remove the greens (you can use the robot to make them a fine paste and add them back, or throw them away), adjust the taste with vinegar, pepper, hot pepper, let it boil for a few more minutes (about 5 minutes), then taste again and adjust taste if needed.

I recommend you too eggplant zacusca recipe , it's simple, perfectly balanced, I don't use a lot of salt or oil. It is milder with the gall in this way.

Pour hot into bottles or jars placed on spoons or stainless steel trays (I put the bottles in the sink), close tightly, place upside down, cover with beds and leave for a few days. Guaranteed does not ferment.

For a more exotic aroma, you can make several variants with cinnamon, mustard, exotic spices & ndash like garam-masala or herbs from Provence, to choose from.

More recipes for what I am preparing for winter, see here, in the section Preserve.

What cans are you ready for winter? Do you have any special tricks? I would be very pleased to learn some secrets from you. & # 128578

If you like these recipes, please leave comments below and distribute them on all social recipes, so that other housewives can see. Let's prepare tasty and healthy food together. & # 128578

In a large bowl or in the bowl of the mixer put warm water, sugar and dry yeast. Stir and set aside for 5 minutes.
If you use fresh yeast, liquefy it with sugar, then add water.
Add flour, oil and salt and knead an elastic dough.

Cover the bowl and set aside, in a warm place, for 30 minutes or until it doubles in size.

Take a paper or baking sheet and place in the Slow & amp Multicooker Digital 5.6l Crock-pot. It is important to have a baking sheet on the edge as well, as the bread will grow during baking and risk sticking.
Put the bread dough in the container.

Slow & Multicooker Digital 5.6l Crock-pot is set to BAKING for 2 hours. Press Start.
You will see that the bread begins to grow. Do not lift the lid during cooking.

After the time has expired, take out the bread and place it on a baking tray.

Grease with butter and put in the oven using the browning function. It's ready in a minute, be careful not to burn it.

It can be served with soups, broths or stews. Good appetite!

Other Crock Pot recipes you can try at home:

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Soups and soups that can be served with bread at Crock Pot

Gulyas pasta & # 8211 Traditional Hungarian recipe

It is a wonderful pasta made from tomatoes and peppers, coded according to the gulyas recipe… In winter it can be used as an addition to both gulyas and other stews or dishes. It can successfully accompany a pork steak, but it is delicious and served as such, on soft, homemade bread…


2 kg tomatoes
2 kg of peppers
0.5 kg onions
1 clove of garlic
1 celery with leaves
3-4 hot peppers
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
1 teaspoon chemistry
2-3 tablespoons paprika
4-5 bay leaves
2 tablespoons salt
a bunch of green parsley

Method of preparation:

Kapia and hot peppers are cleaned of stalks and seeds and chopped with a food processor until a paste results.

Mix the tomatoes, onions, garlic and celery root in the same way. Put everything in a larger bowl and set on fire. Add the spices and parsley leaves, finely chopped celery… Let it boil until all the juice decreases, until a thick paste results…

Remove from the heat and, hot, put in sterilized jars. Seal tightly and put in blankets, in a dry place, until completely cooled.

Cooking cakes

If there was no sauce, then everything would be dry and not as tasty as it could be. Therefore, it is recommended to wrap the roll in a film and put it in the refrigerator for 30-40 minutes. This time will be enough to absorb you.

The sliced ​​roll should be served immediately, otherwise in a few minutes your snack will be soaked and turned into oatmeal.

Hot cylinders (grill, oven or frying pan) are also well served immediately. They will be crispy while hot, then cool and will not be different from the options & # 8220crude & # 8221.

It will be very tasty if some kind of sauce is served finished pita. It can be tomatoes, cheese or cream, yogurt, sour cream. Imagine how appetizing and fragrant it is if you add fresh cucumbers, garlic, dill and a little salt to the yogurt. Take a chance, you won't regret it!

Lavash cooking secrets with cheese and green, see the video below:

Pita bread with salted cheese and herbs & # 8211 a successful combination for snacks. It tastes unforgettable, especially in spring, when it has turned green. So fragrant, bright and ask in your shopping cart!

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