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how to make a food dehydrator Medieval Food Cooking Recipes

by:IKE     2019-06-11
Medieval food is known for having a good platter with minimal effort.Much of medieval cooking included stir-fried salads and the use of a large amount of soup or broth.
From now on, there are some of the most popular recipes circulating on the royal table.An interesting fact is that in medieval cooking, there is almost no measurement of any composition.This allows modern family or business chefs to match the quantity according to the specific taste of each family or individual.
The quantity of ingredients can be adjusted according to the specific taste.In any case, what needs to be celebrated is that in any case, the things in the pot belong to the Middle Ages!This is a great way to get the whole family involved in preparing and indulging themselves.





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Wash and dry the herbs.Set them aside.Then, take a bowl and put in the petals of roses, spring flowers, cauliflower flowers, grass and violet.However, you need to make sure they are not sprayed with pesticides.Then cut off the herbs.Throw them in the salad bowl with cucumbers.
Add oil, vinegar, sugar and salt and stir the salad evenly.Layer the whole salad with hard slicesCook eggs.


















Heat the oil with butter in a Dutch oven.Season chicken or capon slices with salt and pepper.Put them in a frying pan and brown all the parts.Join the chicken, rose water and wine once they are ready.Let it slow for 20 minutes.Then add the orange, lemon, prunes, dates, raisins, salt, and Wolf sticks and pepper.
If you want to avoid unnecessary biting in during the meal, the pepper needs to be placed in the cheese cloth bag first and then added to the ingredients.Continue to simmer the mixture for 15 minutes until the chicken is soft.This dish can be served with fried bread sticks.
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