So today I cooked something new: Orange coconut soup. You find the recipe below. As always, I didn’t stick to the quantities given very strictly, but rather cooked according to feeling.
Orange coconut soup with mince
2 tbsp oil 1 onion 400g leek 150g tomato puree 600g mince 0.75ml vegetable stock 3 tbsp coconut flakes 200ml orange juice 3 tbsp of tomato paste salt and pepper
Fry the onions in oil and add the mince and season with salt and pepper. Add the leek and cook until cooked. Add coconut milk, tomatoes and tomato paste and cook a little more. Roast the coconut flakes in the pan and add.
My stomach is feeling a little better and so I cooked normally again today. This recipe is made with alcohol and therefore is not for Muslim friends, but I think you can replace the liqueur with lemon juice if necessary. The result was very tasty. What you need:
Chicken breast (or chicken thighs) Soup vegetables Salted water Carrots Potatoes Olive oil Cream Fresh sage Salt and pepper Limoncello
Cook the chicken breast with the soup vegetables in salted water. When the chicken is done, remove the chicken and vegetables from the water. Chop the potatoes and carrots and add them to the broth. Chop the sage and fry in a pan with olive oil. When the vegetables are cooked, add the cream, limoncello, chicken and sage. Spice to taste with salt and pepper.
I never made sweet Couscous before, so this was the first try.
I had some hurdles because when I had prepared everything, I noticed that the ants had attacked the honey. It’s Sunday and all supermarkets are closed. I tried in vain at a bakery and a gas station. I wrote to a friend on WhattsApp and when I wanted to pick up the honey from her, the neighboring house was on fire.
Anyway, here’s the recipe:
125 g couscous 2 tbsp raisins 125 ml of milk 1 tbsp honey 1 tbsp rapeseed oil 1 tbsp desiccated coconut 1 tbsp walnuts, chopped cinnamon
Heat the milk with the honey in a saucepan. Pour over the couscous and let it steep for about 5 minutes. Pour hot water over the raisins and let them steep.
When the couscous is drawn, add the nuts and desiccated coconut, drain and add the raisins, add the oil and season with the cinnamon. Decorate with honey.
I first picked out the recipe for an Algerian Twitterer, but hadn’t even tried it myself. Today the test (without sauce thickener)
200g rice 500g spinach leaves, frozen 400g minced lamb or beef 1 egg (s) 2 liters of broth 3 tablespoons lemon juice lemon peel 1bunch parsley, chopped salt pepper Sauce thickener, or egg yolk
Boil the rice in 400 ml of salted water and let it cool. Thaw the spinach, squeeze it out well and chop it roughly. Knead the mince, half of the rice, the egg and a little oregano, season with salt and pepper. Shape the mixture into small dumplings with wet hands. Boil the broth and let the meatballs simmer for about 10 minutes. Add the lemon juice. Add the spinach and the other half of rice to the soup. Bind with a sauce thickener (or egg yolk) until the desired consistency is achieved. Sprinkle with lemon zest and serve with chopped parsley.