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Marrow paste

Type: Appetizers
Servings: 10
Ready in: 45 min.
Calories: Low
The fertile Ukrainian soil always gives a great marrow’s harvest therefore the marrow paste is one of the well-loved summer dishes of Ukrainian. The marrow paste is spread over bread or simply eaten with a spoon. It’s a great appetizer or compliment to any dish.
Besides marrows, the paste boasts onions and carrots, in particular. Also there are several cooking methods: the paste can be fried or braised. The fried paste is made of the same ingredients however it isn’t braised therefore the vegetables don’t lose their shapes and it might be served as a salad. The braised paste bore a strong resemblance to purée and it is easily spread over bread.
The marrow paste is served for breakfast, dinner and supper alike. This dish doesn’t have any time frames – it’s very tasty, beneficial, and easy-to-cook.

Ingredients

Zucchini 3 pieces
Tomatoes 1 pieces
Carrot 2 pieces
Sweet pepper 1 pieces
Onions 1 pieces
Garlic 2 clove
Fresh green basil 5 leaves
Coriander 1 twig

 

Stages of cooking

1
Dice the washed and peeled marrows, tomatoes, carrots, pepper, onions.
2
Heat the frying pan; fry the diced marrow in the frying pan.
3
Fry the onion in the pan for 4-5 mins then add the remaining vegetables.
4
Add the minced herbs, garlic and fried marrows into the pan. Braise for 5-7 mins. Mix the finished paste in the blender until it looks like a purée.

 

 

 

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