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Beans rubbed with sausages and sauerkraut

Beans rubbed with sausages and sauerkraut

I like beans in any cooked form. When I feel like it, I prepare it myself without asking my wife for help.

  • 1 kg of beans
  • 2 large onions
  • 1 pair of homemade sausages
  • oil
  • salt
  • sweet Boya
  • pickled cabbage

Servings: 10

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Rubbed beans with sausages and sauerkraut:

I leave the beans soaked in hot water overnight. The next day I rinse it well and put it to boil in the pressure cooker for 40 minutes. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. At the end I add salt to taste and paprika.

I strained the boiled beans, kept a cup of juice and blended it well until a paste formed. I fried the sausages in slices, separately from the onion. Have a good appetite as it still rains in my mouth when I write the recipe :))))

Tips sites

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If you use the mixer to beat the beans, make sure there is a little liquid in which the beans were boiled, because otherwise it is too dense and the mixer may fail due to exertion.


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  • 4 kg cauliflower (4 pcs)
  • 7-8 carrots
  • 2-3 beets (or red cabbage)
  • celery leaves
  • Bay leaves
  • mustard seeds
  • peppercorns
  • coarse salt for pickles (never)

We clean the cauliflower, unwrap it in the bouquets then wash it and let it drain. Peel a squash, grate it and slice it.
I used 4 sterilized 1.5 kg jars and placed in them the pieces of cauliflower, slices of carrot and beet, celery leaves, bay leaves, peppercorns and mustard.

I prepared a brine from water and salt 1 tablespoon with a pinch of large salt to a liter of water and I put it on the fire until it boiled, then I carefully poured it into jars. I screwed on the lids and then stored them in the pantry.

After a few days the cauliflower will borrow from the wonderful color of the beets and the liquid will become cloudy, a sign that it has begun to ferment. It's time to vent the juice, pouring the liquid from the jars to release the gases, then put it back.

In two to three weeks, depending on the temperature at which they are kept, they are ready to eat.
Good luck with that!

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Cabbage with sausages and bacon

There is no holiday table that is not loaded with goodies. Here is a traditional dish: Cabbage with sausages and bacon.

ingredients
a sauerkraut about 2 kg (own production)
300 g fresh smoked sausages
200 g smoked bacon
400 g whole tomatoes canned
an onion
two tablespoons lard
a cup of plain water
two bay leaves
dried thyme
sweet Boya
ground pepper

Method of preparation
The cabbage is drained in a sieve, about two hours, then we cut it in half, to make it easier for us when we cut it faithfully.
We look for the sharpest knife and get to work.
As I said, cut all the cabbage and cut the onion into small pieces.
In a saucepan, melt the lard and lightly sauté the onion until it becomes glossy, then add the chopped cabbage.
Let it boil together for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally with a wooden spoon. Add plain water, bay leaves, dried thyme, paprika and ground pepper to taste.

If necessary, add salt to taste.
Let it boil, covering the pan with a lid, for about 30 minutes, not forgetting to mix with the cabbage.
Cut the sausages into slices and bacon in 1 cm strips and brown them in another pan, about 5 minutes, then add them to the cabbage.
Boil the cabbage and smoke for another 15-20 minutes, add the canned tomatoes, after we have lightly crushed them with a fork and put the cabbage in the oven for 20 minutes, until it browns nicely on top.
Serve with polenta and necessarily with hot peppers.


Rubbed beans & # 8211 new version (or so)

During this day I will be somehow in & # 8222internet silence & # 8221, in the sense that I have to make several trips with the car full of earthly possessions, installing in a new kitchen and other things that will keep me with my hands elsewhere than on the keyboard. The good part is that I managed to make some food for today and for the blog. Of course, I turned to something easy and fast, which required a minimum of effort.

I & # 8222 revised & # 8221 the rubbed bean recipe. I played a little with her and what else I had in the fridge. I took 300 grams of already boiled beans and passed it through the blender. I sprinkled a little cumin on top of it (canned salt), I put in the same bowl a teaspoon of sesame paste, two tablespoons of olive oil and a little pepper. Plus a few parsley leaves and a little green onion.

We then mixed it with the remaining whole grains (we started with 400 grams of beans, let's face it). The reason: on the one hand, the alternation of textures. On the other hand, the rubbed beans carry the aromas I gave them, while the beans have no other taste than beans and the sensation you experience when you eat is interesting.

I decorated with green onion tails, hot pepper paste and mustard seeds. Both for today. Stay healthy.


Beaten beans, served with polenta

Beaten beans or rubbed beans as they are called in our area are most often cooked on fasting days. It is a traditional recipe prepared by our grandmothers and great-grandmothers and which continues today. I don't think anyone can refuse a portion of rubbed beans served with their favorite polenta and pickles!

First, clean the beans and keep them in the water overnight. The next day it is washed in 3 waters and boiled in cold water. After a few boils, strain and boil again in clean, hot water.
When the water starts to boil, add the cleaned onion and just the notched and optionally the cleaned carrot. Halfway through the cooking time, add salt.
After boiling well, the beans are soft, drain the water, but do not throw, and leave to cool slightly.
Put the beans in a large bowl and blend until it becomes a paste. In the old days, when there were no blenders, the beans were crushed with the purpose of mashed potatoes and then rubbed in a strainer to keep the bean peels. : D
Peel an onion and chop finely. Heat oil in a saucepan and add onion to harden. Sprinkle a little salt and leave until it becomes glassy. Add the paprika and mix quickly so it doesn't burn. Remove a little onion with oil separately, for topping.
Pour the beans into the pan and mix. Bring to a boil, stirring well so as not to stick to the bottom. If it is too thick, add it from the water in which it was boiled and which was kept.
Meanwhile, prepare the polenta and remove your favorite pickles.
Put the beans in plates and pour the preserved onion topping on top.


Cabbage with Smoked Sausages and Polenta

Now that I've listed everything you need for this food, it's time to stop talking.
Wash the cabbage in cold water, squeeze it well and set it aside. We put the bacon that is sliced ​​and notched, fried in a bowl until it leaves the lard and it is fried. We take it aside and on this remaining lard we harden the onion that has been finely chopped until it becomes nicely golden.

Put 50 ml of broth and 200 ml of water over the hardened onions and add the well-squeezed cabbage. Season with salt, pepper, 1/4 teaspoon thyme and Gulyas paste about 1 tablespoon (or 1 teaspoon paprika) and leave on the fire until the cabbage is cooked (the water should drop completely and the cabbage is left to simmer until well soaked).

In another bowl we prepare a vartoosa polenta. We fry the portioned sausages.

We place the sauerkraut on the plate, we put fried sausages and fried bacon on them and next to them we put the hot polenta.
Good appetite!


Soup with smoked sausages and cabbage juice

A soup very suitable for the winter holidays. Everyone has fresh and smoked sausages at home during this period, as well as sauerkraut juice, so all you have to do is try this sour soup, which is only good for the cold season.
For Smoked Sausage Soup and Cabbage Juice we need:
& # 8211 4 carrots
& # 8211 1 big parsnip
& # 8211 2 onions
& # 8211 1/2 red pepper
& # 8211 5-6 potatoes
& # 8211 500 gr smoked house sausages
& # 8211 2 glasses of sauerkraut juice
& # 8211 tarhon

Put the water to boil in a 4 l bowl.
We clean and wash the onions, carrots, peppers and postarnac. Finely chop the onion and pepper and cut the carrots and postarnac into slices and put them all in boiling water and let them boil at the right heat.
We cut the sausage into rounds and fry it on both sides in an oil-free Teflon pan.
When the vegetables are half cooked, add the sausage pieces.
Let it boil until the vegetables are cooked, then add the diced potatoes and salt and pepper to taste.
Towards the end, add the sauerkraut juice and the finely chopped tarragon and let it boil.


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(5 points / total votes: 126)

The little one 9 years ago - December 4, 2008 11:45

Re: Beaten beans (rubbed)

We call it rubbed beans and we eat it with sauerkraut. I think that's what you see in you.
It's extraordinarily good.

Ioana 9 years ago - December 4, 2008 12:20 PM

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and in our country he still says rubbed beans. the beat is more princely

only with sauerkraut we eat it, it's so good, although it's bought because I have no place to pickle cabbage

Ardelean Ancutza 9 years ago - 4 December 2008 13:25

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It really is super good. Instead of onions, I put small, small pieces of fried bacon with a little paprika for color. Try !

Ioana 9 years ago - 4 December 2008 14:39

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I haven't eaten bacon until now, it sounds good. I'll try. but next time, I've already finished the beans

angela 9 years ago - 4 December 2008 15:17

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Well, Anca is right, with fried bacon, not to mention smoked sausages, rubbed beans are very good!

Ioana 9 years ago - December 4, 2008 3:53 PM

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I didn't say anything about sausages, I switched it to fasting food and I didn't want the visitors to hurt their blood, although Radu had suggested that I put them in the picture

angela 9 years ago - 4 December 2008 18:25

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it was good if you put them in the picture, at least that's how I saw a smoked sausage!

Ioana 9 years ago - 5 December 2008 13:41

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I put them for the next meal, when we will have sausages from our pig (my pig's more precisely) for now I just tasted from others

Arvy 9 years ago - 8 December 2008 16:56

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I did it about 3 days ago and being the only one in the house I "fought" alone with her. the rest of the house struggled only with smells.

but I was wrong with the onion. I was in a hurry and forgot that scales were being cut. I cut it smaller

Ioana 9 years ago - December 8, 2008 17:05

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Rodica Mag 9 years ago - 15 December 2008 02:38

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I buy it ready beaten in a small opunin box where with oil and garlic sauce, and when it is hot I beat it with a fork, I fry the onion as in the given recipe and it is very good.

cosmina 9 years ago - 28 January 2009 19:47

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I received a sauerkraut and how not to make a rubbed beans next to it. so we are preparing a sausage next to it. my mother what a craving

petre 9 years ago - 8 March 2009 17:52

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super im place: X: X: X: X :: X: X was very good

LUCI 8 years ago - 12 August 2009 22:50

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I f & # 259cut beans b & # 259tut & # 259 & # 351i a ie & # 351it sssssuuuuuuuuuuupppeeeeeeeerr!

ema 8 years ago - 18 November 2009 17:52

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I, when I boil the beans, I also put a few izma (mint) leaves, they help a lot with bloating. Try it.

jorje 8 years ago - 28 November 2009 14:07

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cristina 8 years ago - 30 November 2009 15:23

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I know that 1 teaspoon of baking soda is put to boil so as not to make gas

nikollici 8 years ago - 13 January 2010 16:45

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now I'm trying and I hope it works out, I haven't done it yet, but I hope it works out

cristi 8 years ago - 22 January 2010 17:35

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I have never cooked a word, I am waiting for my wife to come and give her opinion

ildi 8 years ago - 24 January 2010 08:15

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I know it's Sunday, but I've been doing it for a week, because I found some green onions at the store
it is so extravagant that I can't wait to eat green onions and sauerkraut.
thank you very much ioana

dogaru rodica 8 years ago - 16 March 2010 12:45

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I just stopped the fire, I hope it turned out well, but tonight I receive a note from my friend

ildi 7 years ago - 5 May 2010 09:54

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and I lent it
Until Ioana, I didn't know about those onion scales, in our country it was cut into small pieces and no garlic was put in the paste, since I've been doing as Ioana says, I can't get enough

oana 7 years ago - 9 May 2010 23:57

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very good you chose me for the following a slimming cure compliments ,.

sweet ank 7 years ago - 18 May 2010 14:02

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I put instead of garlic cloves, some green garlic leaves that just appeared in my mother's garden and the beans came out even better, so for those who sit in the yard and have green garlic leaves in the garden, I advise you to add them. that it turns out better

deea 7 years ago - 14 June 2010 16:33

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I'll try too. I can't wait 1

manuela 7 years ago - 15 June 2010 15:48

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now I want to do it. I hope it is delicious

sabina 7 years ago - 25 June 2010 18:15

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it's super good I love it I eat it on bread not with sauerkraut yes I'll try it has a CV dak it's raw cabbage

acinoreva 7 years ago - July 25, 2010 10:11

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we in galaty say flocaita beans. si super la gusst.

petrica lucian 7 years ago - 30 September 2010 09:14

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mom makes black beans .good

apetroae_raluca 7 years ago - 3 November 2010 11:04

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it's very good the slaita beans are almost ready and mine

Andrei 7 years ago - 16 November 2010 16:17

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. by the way "gas", when you boil the beans throw away the first 2 waters! This is how you and your guests get rid of these inconveniences, good appetite!

monica 7 years ago - 20 November 2010 20:10

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I generally love beans, made in any way, but that's how I like it crazy .. only that instead of caramelized onions, I usually make a tomato sauce, I cook a little onion, I put broth and I grind garlic in the sauce then I put the sauce on top of the beans in plates, it's wonderful..or my mother, she also made the beaten beans mixed with mayonnaise and I greased it on bread like eggplant salad..hmmm. I'm hungry..I'm going to finish the beans to make :-)) good appetite to all..I will have

alina 7 years ago - 30 November 2010 19:03

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facaluita beans) since I haven't called it that. that's what I called her when I was at my mother's house. D. super good..I make it with more garlic: D GOOD LUCK.

Claudia 7 years ago - 6 December 2010 16:41

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anaspania 7 years ago - 8 December 2010 21:21

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I haven't eaten beaten beans for years since I was staying with my grandmother. I'll try to make this recipe, I hope it turns out good

clauditza 7 years ago - 10 December 2010 17:12

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I did it too and it's fff good but with mint I didn't hear it I was left with a good mouth and it came out good

ANAID 7 years ago - 7 January 2011 20:45

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nicu 7 years ago - 26 January 2011 13:26

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Now I'm doing it for the first time, I hope my wife and my little one like it.

gandacelul 7 years ago - 28 January 2011 14:37

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in moldova, at least in our family it is called "FLOCAITA"
ft flour recipe, as well as all that posted.

anna 7 years ago - 2 February 2011 09:45

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it's very good I made and I hope you like my husband

flory 7 years ago - 17 February 2011 11:08

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marieta 7 years ago - 4 March 2011 15:22

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the beaten beans are eaten in our country so that they don't stay for 2 days and with pickles like oltenia or pickled vinegar with pepper and paprika try and we'll talk

marius 6 years ago - 4 April 2011 13:38

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and broth where is my dear?

Ioana 6 years ago - April 4, 2011 2:04 PM

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this is better, without broth

daria 6 years ago - 8 May 2011 11:49

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I'm a big fan of rubbed beans, too.

mihaela 6 years ago - 16 June 2011 20:35

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it's a very good beaten bean and even now I'm trying to make it a congratulatory app for the site

onuzza 6 years ago - 17 August 2011 15:29

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I made it today and my robot burned good luck with the robot lu fiumio PRENATAL is small but I did 3 laps and I finished and 2 sausages smoked wouuuuuuuuuu. I boil it and change the water several times (for gas) to know that it works no so many more are fired b. i

ioana 6 years ago - 31 August 2011 10:58

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cristina, spa & ntildea 6 years ago - 9 September 2011 12:20

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we like it very much, my baby calls it frothy beans and he is thrilled whenever I do it, because now I get to work

Ramona 6 years ago - October 4, 2011 7:58 PM

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I like it with a double portion of onion on top. I heard it would be good with baked peppers too. Have you tried anything?

Alin 6 years ago - 13 October 2011 21:02

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I'm a man, I'm not a cook, but since I know myself I've loved cooking. I have never followed a specific recipe, I have always invented and I say with my heart that my family, friends, colleagues have always been surprised (in a pleasant way) by my inventions. In addition to the above recipe, I boiled a large onion separately from the beans, 2 suitable carrots and a piece of celery and half a box of matches, which I blended with the beans together with the hardened onion oil. I added a quarter packet of butter to the blender. the mixture is made hot. The butter helps to homogenize when it cools and adds a fine flavor. You will see how well the aromas kiss each other. Invent and you will have satisfactions beyond imagination when you see the diners saying "I've never eaten anything like this. I want more."

ady 6 years ago - 29 October 2011 13:05

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If we take out the garlic, that is, we don't grind it with the beans in the robot, it's a bit more pleasant, it's not hot. I mean, I can eat even the most pretentious ones.

taste wine 6 years ago - 20 November 2011 20:46

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Good luck! more recipes!

caty 6 years ago - 4 February 2012 14:21

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super good, beaten beans and as someone said with smoked meat but you forgot something, and some ripe roosters on the stove lingaaaaaaa (I hope everyone knows what roosters are, roasted pine nuts on the stove or cauldron)

ela 6 years ago - 21 March 2012 19:19

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If the bean paste is too thin how can it be repaired

Ioana 5 years ago - 14 August 2012 12:33

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Dear Ioana, please clarify me too. I don't put a drop of water on the beaten beans, I just put it through the mincer and rub it with oil and season it. Mine says that's not beans because it gets thin. It seems to me food for that thin pig. How is it after all? Thick, thin or how do you like it?

Ioana 5 years ago - 15 August 2012 10:34

Re: Beaten beans (rubbed)

obviously, as you like, that's why I specified in the recipe to put water only enough to obtain the desired consistency.
I also don't like it thin enough to flow between the teeth of the fork (in canteens and push the tray something like this is practiced, for reasons of economy), but I still "lengthen" it a bit because otherwise it seems too thick.

ana 5 years ago - 19 October 2012 07:11

very good

I do it with more ease, a captain or more and recently I adapted it after that of a friend who also puts the green part of the finely chopped green onion and left so raw. also boil it in 2 or 3 waters, the first being too strong for the stomach

steluta 4 years ago - 4 April 2013 18:24

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I did it exactly and it was wonderful

Niki 4 years ago - 16 August 2013 15:18

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I ate when I was little. we always make my grandmother. today I remembered and I made this recipe it's fffff Hello. It reminded me of my childhood.

mihaela climescu 4 years ago - 30 October 2013 17:45

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I know this recipe is called flaked beans.

mihai 4 years ago - 12 January 2014 21:48

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one objection related to the appearance, in the recipe how to make it says caramelized onion, in the picture it is not like that at all, I know that we do it here as we know but if you know how to make caramelized onion with a little homemade broth it is extraordinarily good, sorry change picture

Ioana 4 years ago - January 13, 2014 10:35

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in our country it is made with onion paprika.

mihai 4 years ago - 13 January 2014 18:23

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okay, I would try anyway, and I really will, I said well that the final recipe on your plate holds the lessons from your parents or relatives

Ioana 4 years ago - January 13, 2014 6:30 p.m.

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so, for example, I've heard a lot of people make potato stew with broth for color, but in our country it's made with paprika: [link]

Mariana 2 years ago - 29 August 2015 15:59

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Slaita de fasole - the exact name in Bucharest?

Hajnal 2 years ago - 30 September 2015 10:19

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Very good recipe, now I tried for the first time to make rubbed beans and it turned out super good thank you

Ioana 2 years ago - October 1, 2015 10:10

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I'm glad you liked my version.

ConstantinV a year ago - 3 November 2016 23:10

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Try putting a pinch of ginger (ground) and curry. They give a special aroma.

Alina 22 hours ago - April 1, 2018 12:17 PM

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Hi Ioana! Can the puree press also be used? Thank you

Ioana 16 minutes ago - April 2, 2018 10:04

Re: Beaten beans (rubbed)

Alina, maybe, you just need a little strength to get the beans through it. but it comes out very fine like that. for beans I use the press and look how nice it looks: [link]


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