Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Vegetable Cream Soup With Noodles

Nice hot soup, great for the winter.


1 large onion sliced
200gr carrots cut in chunks
200gr potatoes cut in chunks
2 cubes bullion (vegetable or chicken)
400gr water (you can use vegetable or chicken broth, and then you won't need the bullions)
3 cloves of garlic minced
1 tablespoon of butter
1 tablespoon flour
1 handful of noodles (50-100 gr)
1 tablespoon vegeta
salt, pepper

In a pot, add the water and when it's hot, dissolve the bullions in it. Add the vegetables (if there's not enough liquid, add more water until submerged). Cook the onion, carrots and potatoes until tender. Transfer the vegetables in blender, and divide the soup in half. With one half blend the vegetables. Rinse and dry the pot. In the pot add the butter and when it's melted add the flour. Cook until golden. Then add the other half of the soup until everything is dissolved. Add the blended vegetables, and stir. Add the garlic. Season with the vegeta, salt and pepper. Crush and add the noodles, and cook until the noodles are done. Garnish with your choice. Enjoy:-)

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

French Toast

This is the Macedonian version of the popular French toast. The main different thing is that we make the toast salty and we eat it with white cheese and cup of yogurt. It's great for breakfast.


10-12 pieces of white bread (we make it with 1 day old bread because it soaks the eggs better, and because we like to eat the fresh bread with some other dishes:-))
4 eggs
200gr milk
1 teaspoon salt

In a bowl beat the eggs with the salt and the milk. Heat a pan or skillet or griddle with a little oil on a medium heat. Soak the pieces of bread in the egg mixture one side at a time, then fry them until golden brown.
After that we just eat them warm with a piece of white cheese for breakfast.Yum!

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