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What to cook from leftover buckwheat porridge: the most unusual dishes

Iryna MelnichenkoFood
What to cook with buckwheat
What to cook with buckwheat

Buckwheat is not only a healthy and tasty cereal, it is also a very easy product to prepare. You can eat it as a separate dish, as well as add it to various dishes, salads, make cutlets and cabbage rolls.

The FoodOboz editorial team has selected original recipes for delicious dishes made from leftover buckwheat that will surprise you with their taste.

1. Pie with buckwheat and potatoes according to the recipe of Yevhen Klopotenko

Ingredients:

  • puff yeast dough (+ 2 tbsp of flour for dusting) - 500 g
  • buckwheat - 1 cup
  • potatoes - 7-8 pcs.
  • onions - 2 pcs.
  • hard cheese - 160 g
  • eggs - 2 pcs.
  • vegetable oil - 4 tbsp
  • salt, pepper - to taste

Method of preparation:

1. Boil the potatoes, mash them.

2. Fry the onion until golden brown and add to the potatoes, add the flour, egg and buckwheat. Mix everything.

3. Dice the cheese and add to the filling.

4. Roll out the finished dough well, sprinkle with a little flour, put it in a mold so that the edges hang down and put the finished filling.

5. Roll out the second piece of dough and cover it with the top, pinch the edges together.

6. Beat the eggs, grease the pie and put it in the oven for 40 minutes at 180 C.

2. Buckwheatunder a fur coat according to Olga Matviy 'srecipe

  • Onions - 2 pcs.
  • Carrots - 2 pcs.
  • Buckwheat - 350 g
  • Cheese - 200 g
  • Chicken thighs - 2 pcs.
  • Salt, paprika pepper - to taste
  • Water - 600 ml

Method of preparation:

1. Remove the bones from the meat, cut into cubes.

2. Chop the onion and fry well until golden brown.

3. Grate the carrots, add to the onions and fry them well. Season with salt and pepper.

4. Take a baking dish, put the carrots and onions on the bottom.

5. Add the pepper and paprika to the raw meat, mix and place on top of the onions and carrots.

6. Put the buckwheat on top of the meat in an even layer.

7. Bring water to a boil in a saucepan, add salt, stir and pour gently over the buckwheat.

8. Cover the dish with foil and put it in the oven for 30-40 minutes at 170-180°C.

9. Grate the cheese, take out the dish, sprinkle with cheese, cover with foil again and put in the oven for 10 minutes at 180°C.

Sprinkle the finished dish with chopped herbs before serving.

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