Rat soup

A warm and clear soup - a levesa as we call it here - on such rainy weather works wonders !!! We don't need any rare spices, we don't need any farfastac, except to prepare it as we ate in our grandparents' house. If you have fresh and quality raw materials and your food will be tasty !!!


Here is a light and tasty snack that will help you stay in shape. Besides healthy oils and proteins, this type of snack will keep you in the village longer.

To prepare it you need:

& # 8211 salt, pepper, spices (to taste)

Preheat the oven to 200 degrees. Cut the avocado in half, remove the seeds and two teaspoons from the pulp of the fruit to make room for the egg. Break the eggs carefully to fit the hole made. Sprinkle a little olive oil, salt, pepper and spices to taste and bake for about 15 minutes (or until the eggs are cooked as much as you want).


Ingredients for the red cabbage cream soup recipe

  • -a half red cabbage
  • -a red onion
  • -2 garlic cloves
  • -1 carrot
  • -salt pepper
  • -2-3 tablespoons oil
  • -a tablespoon of butter
  • -1 potato
  • -200 ml sour cream
  • -a bay leaf
  • -thyme
  • - for decoration: a boiled carrot, pine bud seeds, dill, croutons

Garlic soup, like Chefs with knives. The classic recipe

Garlic is one of the most popular spices, being also a powerful antibiotic, but also a cholesterol regulator. Garlic is a good remedy for colds, flu, sore throats. It stimulates the body's immune system, due to its sulfurous components and essential oils.

It is a good antiseptic, antimicrobial and antibacterial for both internal and external. Garlic is traditionally used to fight respiratory infections. Garlic aromatic compounds dilate blood vessels, relax circulation.


Happy birthday, Donald Duck! The rat turns 80!

Donald's weekend begins with lots of special episodes of "Mickey Mouse's Club" and the premiere of the Donald Jr. episode (Saturday, June 7 at 11:30). In this fun episode called Talent Day, Donald tries to teach his apprentice (named Donald Junior) a dance for a special song. But in the end, he needs help to complete his lesson, and his friends in the Club are eager to help him. Saturday's festivities also include the release of The Rat Stories: The Treasure of the Lost Lamp (at 12:20). In this funny version of the well-known story, Donald's three adventurous grandchildren, Huey, Dewey and Louie, and their uncle, Scrooge McDuck, fight the evil cousin, Merlock, to take possession of the magic lamp. There will also be a triple episode of the "Rat Gang" program featuring the animated adventures of Donald's disobedient grandchildren (Saturday, June 7 at 4:30 p.m.).

Donald appeared in 1934 in the Silly Symphony, The Wise Little Hen. Since then, his funny pranks, expansive temperament and adorable charm have captivated audiences of all ages around the world.

With the rise of its popularity in the mid-1930s, the first Donald Duck products began to appear, from plush toys, bedding and lamps. In 1938, Disney graphic designer Al Taliaferro began creating daily Donald Duck comics that were published in 322 newspapers. In 2013, 80 million copies of Donald Duck magazine were sold in 16 local editions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) - including weekly, monthly or collector's editions featuring the cute rat.

And today Donald Duck enjoys a huge popularity and has appearances in the series "Mickey Mouse's Club" broadcast on Disney Channel and Disney Junior every day. He also has an important role in the series Cartoons with Mickey, a comedy series produced by Disney Television Animation and launched last year in Romania. In the EMEA region, approximately 82% of children aged 0-5 years and 98% of those aged 6-14 know the adorable rate (study conducted between November 2013 - January 2014).

Since his debut in 1934, Donald Duck has appeared in over 200 film productions - more than any other Disney character! And four years after his first successful appearances, Donald Duck met his half, Donna Duck, later known as Daisy Duck.

In 1995, Donald Duck even named Asteroid 12410, and in 2004 he received his own star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles - as proof of his huge celebrity.


Stove noodles & # 8211 Around the Earth in 50 recipes (34)

When I say Japan, you mean sushi. That's what I think is the first thought that comes to someone's mind when it comes to Japanese cuisine. It is certainly one of the most widespread dishes in the world. That's right, many know and appreciate other things, but there are many that come down to sushi. So today I'm taking you with me to Japan, in episode 34 of Around the World in 50 recipes, for stove noodles, meaning some noodles otherwise.

In Asian cuisine, rice noodles are very common. I'm kind of polenta in Moldova. And trust me, I know how it is in Moldova :). But the Japanese have these noodles made from buckwheat flour (because that means stove in Japanese). They also use udon noodles (from wheat flour).

I like buckwheat, I used it both in the form of cereal and in the form of flour, bread or pancakes. So I chose to make this stove noodle, which you can find in Cora, Ki Life or Mega Image (where recently, I think because of the bronze and a very long and flowery skirt I was overwhelmed by bodyguard bags).

Usually, these noodles are eaten in two ways: in a hot or cold soup (simple or with various things through them & # 8211 tofu, shrimp, pork, etc.). My version was with ratza, because I had a country rat. Some of it ended up classic, with cabbage, but the breast “melted slowly in the oven, for about two hours, with various flavors: ginger, soy sauce, sweet and sour sauce, hot sauce, garlic.

When the chest was ready, browned on top and juicy on the inside, I cut it transversely, into larger and thinner slices. I boiled the noodles, drained them and seasoned them with a little soy sauce and a few drops of sesame oil (which is very strong, so it doesn't take much), a little rice vinegar. I seasoned them while they were warm, because they were still malleable, when they cool they become slightly stiff. After they cooled, I put chopped green onions and hot red peppers on top. And above all, the rat's chest. It's simple, with a few flavors, but full of flavor.


The stories of the Rat. The cutest characters come on Monday, April 16, on Disney Channel

The Rat Stories series features the daring adventures of Duckburg's most famous trillionaire, Scrooge McDuck, around the world. He is permanently accompanied by the three restless great-grandchildren & # 8211 Huey, Dewey and Louie.

After a long-awaited family reunion brings Scrooge, Donald and his grandchildren together, the duck family begins a much more exciting life than they ever imagined.

The song from the credits of the animated comedy and adventure program is performed by the artist Lidia Buble.

The Disney Channel program celebrates family and friendship by watching the characters in adventures full of humor and mystery.

The stories of the Rat. Scrooge

  • The most famous trillionaire in Duckburg
  • His love for money is not generated by greed, but by the way he earned every dollar, and every coin is a memory of a past adventure.
  • His biggest secret is that his inheritance is worthless if he doesn't have someone to share it with.

FUN FACT: Scrooge was born in 1867, but a series of various incidents caused by his adventures (Fountain of Youth, was frozen in an ice cube, etc.) made him look like a sprinting 65-year-old.

The stories of the Rat. Louise

  • He speaks fast and often manages to get into dangerous situations because of his charm.
  • His ability to improvise easily is a welcome asset in any adventure, although sometimes it makes the family's worsening worse.
  • Constantly trying to look at the problem from all angles, Louie inherited Scrooge's passion for wildlife, enrichment schemes, but none of his principles of professional ethics.

FUN FACT: his most valuable asset is the number one banknote (as Scrooge's number one coin).


Duck on cabbage. The simplest recipe

An ideal satiety dish on a cool autumn day. Each region of the country has its own duck recipe on cabbage, but we'll tell you the simplest one below. These are just a few simple steps you need to follow. Therefore:

Wash and rub the duck inside and out with spices and oil. Put it in the oven in a tray in which you have previously poured a cup of water. Let it cook for 60 minutes, after the first 30 turn it on the other side, to make it even.

The sauerkraut is cut into small pieces and put to harden in a little oil over medium to high heat, for about 20 minutes, with a lid and stirring every 5 minutes.

Separately, cut and harden the fresh cabbage until soft. Cut the onion into scales. Combine tomato juice, water and spices in a bowl.

Combine the 2 types of cabbage with the sauce made earlier. Remove the duck a little aside, put the cabbage bed on the bottom of the tray and put the duck back over.

Bake everything for 90 minutes. If you notice that the cabbage is drying, lower the heat and pour a little water. Turn the duck from time to time, to brown evenly.

When ready, portion the duck and serve with the cabbage in the pan and a portion of hot polenta.


Cream soup with cream and potatoes & # 8211 simple, cheap, student recipe

Cream of mushroom soup with cream and potatoes & # 8211 simple, cheap, student recipe. How to make creamy mushroom soup? What cream do we use for mushroom cream with potatoes? Creamy vegetable soup recipes.

This cream of mushroom soup is my daughter's favorite. Marlene is now a student in the Netherlands and has started to prepare different dishes on her own & # 8211 according to the student budget and the minimum equipment of the kitchen in the dormitory.

If pasta is on the 1st place in the top of student dishes then on the 2nd place would come the cream soups followed by the dishes based on potatoes or rice. A quick and tasty cream of mushroom soup recipe is very useful in people's homes. Especially since it cooks in less than 60 minutes & # 8211 is a quick recipe!

If at home I pampered her with yolk creams or mushrooms (see here and here) there Marlene manages admirably with the cheap champignon-type mushrooms she finds in the supermarket.

He used to make cream of mushroom soup in larger quantities and take it to college (in a tall container with a lid). The basis of this soup is potatoes and mushrooms but the good taste is given by onions and garlic. Potatoes should be crumbly, floury (as for puree). Potatoes have a binding role (liaison & # 8211 liezon), give creaminess and pleasant texture. Without liezon, the cream of mushroom soup is a suspension of vegetable fragments (it has a "cut" effect). Liezon can also be made with rice (see here) or with a little starch. Mushrooms can be both white and brown & in this case the soup will turn darker in color.

We don't have to put cream in this cream of mushroom soup, but we can adjust it at the end with a little milk or a mixture of sour cream with milk. You can also put the cream directly in the bowls when serving. Thus the soup will be less perishable and keep for several days in the refrigerator (heated as needed).

Another cheap and tasty cream soup is the potato soup (no mushrooms) & # 8211 the recipe here. At the end I leave you with several recipes for cream soups: cauliflower, sweet potatoes, leeks, broccoli, chicken, vegetable mix, etc.

From the quantities below it results approx. 3.5 l of cream of mushroom soup. The soup was prepared by Marlene herself, in her dorm room) and I took the pictures with the cooking steps.


Japanese Ramen Soup

For meat:

  • 200 gr beef
  • 1 teaspoon soy sauce
  • ¼ old teaspoon
  • ½ teaspoon sesame oil

For the soup:

  • 1 liter of water or soup
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 teaspoon grated ginger
  • 1 small onion
  • 1 teaspoon sesame seeds
  • ¼ teaspoon powder 5 Chinese flavors

For topping:

  • 2 boiled eggs
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 packet of Chinese noodles
  • spinach
  • green onions
  • mung bean sprouts


Video: Graphic: Vietnam wild food - Rice Field MOUSE RAT - Cooking MOUSE in Vietnam (December 2021).