and my mother also puts it in vinegar, unfortunately I only have it dry ,,,, in the envelope.
oana can be found to buy to know the envelope is good, I use tarragon for meat soups and stews (for example potatoes) I do not conceive without tarragon but probably because I'm used to it, it depends on tastes you may not the plate if you haven't eaten before (for example, I don't like basil or the smell, I can't stand it, I only feel sick from the smell)
Veal soup with vegetables and tarragon
Put the water to boil in a 3 l pot.
We clean, wash and chop / cut the vegetables.
We cut the meat into cubes.
When the water boils, add the vegetables and meat and simmer.
Add salt and pepper to taste.
When the vegetables are half cooked, add the peeled, washed and diced potatoes.
Towards the end, add the finely chopped garlic.
When all the vegetables and charcoal are cooked, add the chopped tarragon.
In a bowl, mix the flour with the sour cream, add a few tablespoons of the hot soup, mix and then pour over the soup.
Note: if you want more sour soup, you can add 1-2 tablespoons of vinegar.
Serve sour Transylvanian lamb soup with sorrel, larch and tarragon in vinegar
The lamb soup is served hot, immediately after it has been trained. It looks great appetizing!
It has great colors and flavors and I can't even tell you about the taste! Tender pieces of lamb, healthy vegetables, sour taste from sorrel and spring flavors from green onions.
In the good Transylvanian style, this lamb soup is served with tarragon in vinegar (in a jar). We also use it in soups with smoked pork chop (of potatoes or of beans).
Each diner puts tarragon and flavored vinegar to taste. Great combination! That's how it is with us: sour lamb soup with sorrel and tarragon in vinegar. Very tasty and fragrant!
If you want more information about 8 L reusable bottle La Fântâna as well as about the delivery / collection service then you can find them here.
With this water La Fântâna we also prepared a delicious bean soup (fasting) & # 8211 see here.
If you are a lover of lamb soups then I recommend 3 more recipes from the blog. The first is Greek lamb soup (without cream or eggs) & # 8211 the recipe here.
The second is lamb soup with green garlic or leurd, greens and sour cream, soured with lemon & # 8211 the recipe here.
The third is the lamb borscht with larch & # 8211 the recipe here.
I think I made you want this Transylvanian recipe for sour lamb soup with sorrel, larch or tarragon in vinegar and that you will try it for Easter!
I promised you above recipes for roast lamb & # 8211 you can find them here.
Baked lamb steak with garlic
Meatball soup with tarragon
400 g minced pork, 3 tablespoons rice, 2 tablespoons semolina, 2 eggs, 3 carrots, 1 onion, 1 parsley root, 1 large potato, 1 tablespoon fresh tarragon or vinegar, 1 bunch green parsley, 1 legume , 2-3 tomatoes, 2 cloves of garlic, apple cider vinegar with honey, salt.
Difficulty: Average | Time: 50 min
Meatball soup with sour cream and tarragon
Although I'm not a big fan of meatball soup, this option (with sour cream and tarragon) had become my favorite a long time ago, when I was doing weekly delegations in Targu-Mures and eating at a canteen recommended by colleagues. So, if you haven't tried it in this form, I highly recommend it.
This is one of the soups I grew up with and I make it quite often because we all like it a lot.Meatball soup I make it exactly as my mother does, it is the lightest and tastiest soup. The meatballs are soft, the juice is delicious and the homemade noodles complete it.
- a big onion
- 2 potatoes
- a big carrot
- half a celery root
- a bell pepper
- 5-6 tablespoons oil
- 2 & # 8211 2.5 l water
- 600 g minced meat (pork, beef, chicken, whatever you want)
- 70 g of rice
- an egg
- a small onion
- salt and pepper
- dill (fresh or dried)
- homemade noodles (half composition), rice or pasta to buy
- 400 g diced canned tomatoes (or concentrated tomato juice)
- lemon juice, vinegar or a little borscht
- greenery of your choice (I prefer dill)
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