caviar

Dumplings and potatoes

Dumplings and potatoes are the most expensive dishes in the world!

All those dishes that are the most expensive in the world, consist of foods that either grow in unusual conditions, or in order to obtain them people have to risk their lives or spend a lot of effort. Some of them even sold at auction. About the taste qualities of these dishes are difficult to judge. They tried a very limited number of people, and tastes decided not to argue. In the following list you can see what the most expensive dishes in the world. Certainly, today progress in all spheres moving with colossal speed, and this list can change daily, however the food included in it are worth to know about them.

The most expensive dishes of the world

The first step in this list are the original blue-green dumplings, which also emit light. Therefore it is interesting to eat in the dark during a romantic dinner. Even the candles don’t. Lovers of this dish are rich Russian immigrants. For them, these dumplings are cooked in one of the restaurants in new York city, and as a stuffing gland use fish-torch, which inhabits the vast ocean depths. This dish can so far only be found in this school. Naturally, it tops the list titled “the Most expensive dishes in the restaurants of the world”, and for the price the portions are large, consisting of 16 pieces, is 4400 USD.

Truffles and dishes made from them, are Continue reading

Cuisine and restaurants of Munich

Cuisine and restaurants of Munich

The followers of the various diets recommended to bypass the Bavarian kitchen party. Perhaps gastronomic delights in it not very much, but fans solidly to eat disappointed won’t be. The portion sizes here are not save. As for the food, the Germans learnt a lot from the Italians. Benefit from Bavaria to Italy is not far away.

Hungry guests in Munich offer deep fried pork belly ribs, roasted pork knuckle and potato salad with meatballs “klops”.

Of course, not be without sausages of many varieties and grilled sausage with hot sauce “curry”. The traditional food is quite deservedly considered roast pork with a side dish of sauerkraut, sausages “waywarden” and pretzels “bratze”.

Fans of raw food will be able to appreciate “checkpeer”, which is a salty-spicy raw beef with spices and flavoured with egg.

The Bavarians do not forget about the vegetables that are usually cooked and eaten as a side dish. Different varieties of cabbage, green beans, carrots and beets.

Sandwiches in Germany, too, run. And not only with butter, sausage and cheese, but also with a variety of products – special sandwich Continue reading

A quick snack on polenta

A quick snack on polenta.

I really like to do snacks on the polenta – it is delicious and just, and beautiful.

Polenta is combined with many products, so the scope for imagination is not limited by anything.

1. Cook the polenta.

Typically, the ratio of cereals and water is taken as 1:4.

The cooking time depends on the type of cereals, and can be from 1 minute to 40 (read the instructions on the package).

Remind how to pour the polenta into the water:

either to dilute the cereal with a small amount of warm water (take from the total amount according to the recipe 1/4 volume) and pour in boiling

water, or pour all the cereal in cold water and stir until boiling. So you get a smooth porridge without lumps.

Optional:

stir into hot porridge grated sharp cheese and/or chopped fresh herbs.

2. Any suitable rectangular shape should cover with baking paper or cling film, greased with butter.

The paper should be in size more than shape, and look 2-3 inches with the short sides. This will allow then to get the sheet of polenta from the mold without difficulty.

3. Ready to put the hot polenta into the pan and flatten.

The easiest thing to do, if you put another sheet of paper or film and rolled with a rolling pin.

4. Cooling Continue reading