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Preheat the oven to 150 degrees.

Separate 3 eggs, put the yolks in a bowl with the whole egg (without shell, hi hi hi) and beat well. Add milk, breadcrumbs and only 85g of sugar.

We put jam on the bottom of the pot in which we will bake the pudding and spread it well.

Carefully add the above composition over the jam, so as not to disturb it too much.

All this is baked for 1 hour in the oven, but I kept them longer, about 90 minutes until the pudding was bound.

Beat the egg whites well, add the remaining sugar and mix until you get a meringue-like composition.

Remove the pudding from the oven, add the egg whites, spread well on the entire surface of the pot and leave it in the oven for another 20 minutes, but again I left more to brown nicely on the surface, to make it a little stronger.

Be careful not to burn yourself.

It's delicious.

P.S .: if you have a big family like me, it's good to double the quantities, you'll lick your fingers for good.

Queen Elizabeth II, queen of gin. He put three in the collection

She has a new favorite gin, Queen Elizabeth II. It is said that he enjoys a "tipple" before dinner mixed with Dubonnet, writes the British press.

A new official sloe gin (a red liqueur obtained from the fruits of the Dove, a kind of wild plum) from Buckingham Palace made with freshly picked ingredients from the royal gardens was put up for sale after the first batch was sold online in just a few hours.

The Royal Collection Trust has launched the latest addition to its beverage collection, following the success of gin in London last summer. Made with whole, hand-picked berries, Buckingham Palace Sloe Gin costs £ 30 a half-liter bottle. According to the online store, it has a unique and intense aroma.

"Red fruits and cloves and spices give intensity and a clean aroma" is explained in the presentation of this product. "Plums and cranberries create a light ruby ​​color, and, combined with marzipan, give a medium sweet aroma, with a bitter taste added from citrus and hardened by juniper and ginger spices."

Recipe. How to prepare "Sloe Royale", as for the Queen

The Royal Collection Trust offers its own suggestions on how best to enjoy sloe gin this spring, recommending a "Sloe Royale" cocktail. Here is the recipe:

"Pour 25 ml of Buckingham Palace Sloe Gin into a fluted glass, top with champagne or sparkling wine and garnish with fresh berries or orange peel."

The first original gin from Buckingham Palace was launched in July 2020 and is infused with botanical products from the Palace Garden, including lemon verbena, hawthorn fruit, bay leaves and mulberry leaves. The first batch was sold within eight days of launch, through the online store.

All profits from gin sales go to the Royal Collection Trust to help fund the care and preservation of the Royal Collection. Buckingham Palace Sloe Gin (26% abv) can be purchased online at and is available at Royal Collection Trust stores.

What genres did Queen Elizabeth II launch

As Recipes and Celebrities wrote last year, before Christmas, Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain launched a £ 50 glass gin, made from plants in the gardens of her Sandringham estate.

The batch was made in a distillery on the North Norfolk estate. Locally distilled, gin includes Sharon fruit, a ebony-related woody tree also known as Chinese Persimmon and myrtle leaf. We remind you that the myrtle that grows on the Queen's estate is not an ordinary one, but was caught from a shoot taken from Princess Alexandra's wedding bouquet at her marriage to Prince Albert Edward, who later became King Edward VII and queen Alexandra.

Sandringham Celebration Gin is most closely related to the Queen, as her 20,000-acre property is her private property.

Traditional Pudding Recipe Recipes 2021 - Mas to doc

Queen Puddings is so worthy of her name, a pudding full of wonderful ingredients and crowned with a layer of soft chewing meringue. As you can see from this recipe, it is quick and easy to make, it is comforting but not hard.
The bottom layer of the puddings is made of eggs, milk, sugar and breadcrumbs, with a layer of meringue the fruits are added either at the base of the antenna or between the base and the meringue the choice is yours.

Use a thick layer of jam, any canned fruit, a seasonal fruit compote, lemon or fruit milk - even jam. The variations of the Pudding Queen are endless. enjoy the

Queen Puddings is also known as Monmouth Pudding and Manchester Pudding, they are so slightly different anyway.

Buckwheat, is it still there? I kind of forgot about her! Let's bring her back

Old buckwheat is a healthier alternative to wheat or even rice. In the past centuries, buckwheat fields were a common image for our country. Currently, it is consumed only regionally, especially in Bucovina and parts of Moldova. It's a shame, because, as you will read below, it does not naturally contain gluten and has some extraordinary health benefits.

What is buckwheat, after all?
Well, first of all, buckwheat is not a cereal. It is a gluten-free seed. It is nutritious, energizing and healthy, which is why it is becoming more and more popular. It is easy to cook, like rice, very spicy and has a light, pleasant, nutty aroma. It is also found in the form of flour that goes great with doughs such as pancakes. In fact, the French use it to prepare Breton pancakes, a traditional assortment of savory pancakes, very tasty.

What does buckwheat contain?
Buckwheat contains healthy protein and all 9 essential amino acids, including lysine. Buckwheat is rich in iron, antioxidants and vitamins such as zinc, copper and niacin. It contains 80% healthy carbohydrates, being good for digestion.
Here are its benefits:

Buckwheat is very nutritious
Buckwheat is made up of easily digestible protein and is an excellent substitute for meat, if that's what you're looking for.

Buckwheat lowers cholesterol
Due to the flavonoids and magnesium it contains, buckwheat is one of the most effective cholesterol-lowering foods studied to date.

Buckwheat prevents diabetes
A diet that contains buckwheat also has the property of reducing and stabilizing blood glucose after meals. It can therefore be a key factor in preventing diabetes and obesity.

Buckwheat reduces tension
Due to the flavonoids and magnesium it contains, a buckwheat diet can lower hypertension.
Buckwheat helps digestion and prevents the formation of stones in the gallbladder

Because it contains insoluble fiber, buckwheat stimulates digestion in the intestine and also reduces bile secretion (which in excessive amounts leads to the formation of stones) and lowers blood fats. Studies show that the same fiber can prevent asthma, heart attack or various cancers, such as breast cancer.

Buckwheat contains more antioxidants than fruits or vegetables
Usually, studies take into account antioxidants in their free form, which are found in abundance in fruits and vegetables and only 1% in whole grains. Recent research shows, however, that in whole grains, and in addition to them and in buckwheat, there are many antioxidants in bound form (trapped by the walls of plant cells and released only by digestion, in the intestine). They are beneficial in preventing many diseases, including cancer.

Are there many buckwheat recipes?
Buckwheat is easy to prepare and very spicy because it swells a lot when cooked. To cook it, boil one part buckwheat in two parts water for half an hour. Do not mix it occasionally because it absorbs a lot of liquid and turns it into porridge. If not this is exactly what you are looking for. You can cook it like rice, in the form of sweet dishes or not. I even found a recipe for buckwheat cage. And I'm not alluding.

You can use flour for pancakes or other doughs (I even used it for pizza dough) but in combination with wholemeal (or white) flour and not plain, because the sheet will be too crumbly. Buckwheat flour goes perfectly with the preparation of puddings or creams.

And you don't even have to look too far, you can find buckwheat right here. Certified organic!

Let's put buckwheat back in ancestral rights!

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Do you have a handful of minced meat left? Here are 5 recipes for appetizing dishes that will diversify your menu.

It's no secret that pieces of minced meat are prepared much faster than most pieces of meat. This is very important when you do not have much time and strength to prepare something more sophisticated. Add minced meat to soups, fill vegetables with meat, mix minced meat with other ingredients or use it to prepare puddings.

The dishes are easy to prepare, and the result is surprisingly good. Team Bucă offers you 5 tasty recipes for minced meat dishes, which you can prepare for your family. The common ingredients and a unique way of serving will simplify the way of preparation and will diversify your menu.

1. Shnelklops


& # 8211 300 ml of potato soup

& # 8211 salt, pepper and ground coriander


1. Boil the potatoes and pour 300 ml of potato soup into another bowl.

2. Cut the onion into cubes and fry in the pan until golden brown.

3. Put the minced meat, add the spices and crushed garlic and fry the meat until it is ready.

4. Add the flour and mix.

5. Pour the potato soup.

6. Add the cream and mix.

7. Bring the table to a boil and sprinkle with the chopped greens.

8. Serve the minced meat with potatoes.

2. Potato pudding


& # 8211 150 g of marinated mushrooms

& # 8211 1 teaspoon hop-suneli


1. Add about 2 tablespoons of sour cream to the minced meat. Stir, then add all the spices and mix again.

2. Cut the onion into rounds and fry until soft.

3. Peel the potatoes and cut them into thin slices.

4. Cut the tomatoes and mushrooms into cubes.

5. Pour the milk into a deep bowl and add 2-3 tablespoons of cream. Then add the grated cheese and mix.

6. Finely chop the greens and sprinkle in the bowl. Season the sauce with salt and pepper and add the crushed or pressed garlic.

7. Place the onion at the bottom of the baking tin, salt and place the minced meat on top. The third layer: tomatoes and mushrooms. Salt the layer and put the potato slices. Pour the milk and cream sauce on top.

8. Cover the pudding with foil.

9. Preheat the oven to 180 degrees.

10. Bake the pudding for 60 minutes.

3. Pudding for children


& # 8211 250 g of half-cooked pasta


1. Pour the milk into a deep bowl and add the eggs. Beat the ingredients with a fork or fork.

2. Grate the cheese through a large grater.

3. Mix the cheese with the pasta.

4. Pour the milk sauce over the pasta, mix well.

6. Place the meatballs in a baking dish.

7. Place the cheese pasta on top.

8. Bake the pudding in the preheated oven at 180-200 degrees for 25 minutes.

4. Chopped meatballs



1. Cut the onion into cubes and lightly fry it in a small amount of oil.

2. Allow the onion to cool completely, then add the minced meat and stir.

3. Add the egg and spices, mix well again.

4. Cut 50 g of diced cheese.

5. Cut the tomatoes into rounds. Finely chop the greens.

6. Add the greens to the meat, then the sliced ​​cheese and stir.

7. Beat the meat filling.

8. Grease the baking tin with oil and place the meat mass.

9. Grease the dough with ketchup and place the tomato slices on top.

10. Bake the dough in the preheated oven at 230 degrees for about 30 minutes.

11. Grate the remaining cheese.

12. Remove the form from the oven and sprinkle the cheese with cheese, bake for another 30 minutes.

5. Meat and cheese roasts



1. Cut the onion into cubes, press the garlic.

3. Mix all the ingredients except the flour. Beat the filling.

4. Form the roasts and pass them through the flour.

5. Heat the oil in the pan and fry the roasts on both sides until golden brown.

Note:you can prepare a sauce for these roasts. Cut an onion into cubes and fry in a pan, sprinkling with a tablespoon of flour. Then add 3 teaspoons of tomato paste, fry for a few minutes, pour 50 ml of water and simmer. You can pour the sauce over the roasts and simmer them until they are ready.