I want to share one useful recipe: buckwheat in a merchant style with pork. There is no need to talk a lot about the benefits of buckwheat: everyone knows that it is rich in vitamins and minerals. Buckwheat with meat is very simple. And the result is not just porridge as a side dish, but already an independent dish: unusually tasty and aromatic. Buckwheat: a favorite product of our ancestors since ancient times. We will not deviate from tradition and prepare merchant buckwheat together with the site “I like to cook”.
- buckwheat groats - 200 grams;
- water - at the rate of 1 to 2;
- pork tenderloin - 300-400 grams (you can use chicken or minced meat);
- carrots - 2 pieces;
- onions - 2 pieces;
- ketchup - 2-3 tablespoons (you can take tomato paste - 1 tablespoon);
- sunflower oil - 2 tablespoons;
- ground black pepper to taste;
- salt to taste;
- spices (hops-suneli, dried garlic) - optional, for piquancy.
Buckwheat is a merchant. Step by step recipe
- Let's start with the onion: take and chop it, as usual, we do it for roasting.
- Now carrots. We can grate it on a coarse grater or cut into strips: here already, whoever loves.
- We pass to fresh and juicy meat. Before cutting, wash the meat under running water, pat it with a dry paper towel. We will need a separate board for cutting it. (I always recommend following the principle of "separate cutting"). Cut the meat into medium slices of 2 by 2 centimeters, transfer it to a bowl, remove briefly to the side.
- After all the ingredients are prepared, take a deep frying pan (if there is none, a small pan with a thick bottom will do), pour the sunflower oil, put on the stove and heat.
- Now, first we add the onions first, frying it a little, add the carrots. Steaming vegetables, we add our meat. Mix. Fry over low heat. After a couple of minutes, you can salt, pepper, add spices to taste and ketchup.
- At the next stage, add buckwheat, after sorting it out. Rinsing is not necessary. For a couple of minutes, fry everything over low heat, constantly stirring.
- Then add water at the rate of 1 to 2. Mix. Slightly increasing the fire let it boil. Cover, reduce heat and cook until cooked.
That’s ready buckwheat merchant with pork. This dish is great for both lunch and family dinners. It is great to serve with a light salad. I am sure that on the site “I like to cook,” you will find many useful and tasty recipes for yourself. Enjoy your meal!