Pea porridge with buckwheat and bacon
Date icon - Master recipes 02.08.2022
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Cooking:
1 hour 30 min.
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Servings per container:
6
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Complexity:
Middle
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Calorie content:
14.67
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Carbohydrates:
1.92
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Fats:
0.53
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Squirrels:
0.63
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Water:
2.27

Ingredients

Title Value
1. Peas 200 gram
2. Buckwheat 100 gram
3. Water 800 L
4. Milk 200 Ml
5. Leek 1 PC.
6. Bacon 200 gram
7. Salt taste
8. Black pepper taste
9. Butter 50 gram

Cooking

1 . Stage

Primary processing. Rinse the peas (you can not soak, but it increases the cooking time) Put it to boil. Bring to a boil and reduce the heat to a minimum (Forget about it for 45 minutes) We glaze buckwheat. (Due to the glazing buckwheat will be crumbly and with a pleasant taste) We cut leeks into circles. Slice thin strips of bacon. Check the peas, they should be half-cooked. Add salt. Add buckwheat and cook at low temperature until liquid evaporates.

1. Stage. Primary processing. Rinse the peas (you can not soak, but it increases the cooking time) Put it to boil. Bring to a boil and reduce the heat to a minimum (Forget about it for 45 minutes) We glaze buckwheat. (Due to the glazing buckwheat will be crumbly and with a pleasant taste) We cut leeks into circles. Slice thin strips of bacon. Check the peas, they should be half-cooked. Add salt. Add buckwheat and cook at low temperature until liquid evaporates.

2 . Stage

While the porridge is boiling, prepare the onions and bacon. The bacon should be crispy, I prefer to cook it in the microwave, but it is quite acceptable in a pan or in the oven. The principle is simple: lay out on a plate 2-3 napkins, put the bacon on them, so that the slices do not touch, top with another napkin to protect the microwave from splattering grease (do not press the napkin, just cover it with bacon). Cooking time is 3-4 minutes, depending on the power of your microwave. Onions are sauteed in a pan for 2-3 minutes Add milk, black pepper and stirring all the time until cooked through. Add butter and let the porridge stand for 10 minutes under a lid. When serving, put onions and a few slices of bacon on the porridge. Enjoy!

1. Stage. While the porridge is boiling, prepare the onions and bacon. The bacon should be crispy, I prefer to cook it in the microwave, but it is quite acceptable in a pan or in the oven. The principle is simple: lay out on a plate 2-3 napkins, put the bacon on them, so that the slices do not touch, top with another napkin to protect the microwave from splattering grease (do not press the napkin, just cover it with bacon). Cooking time is 3-4 minutes, depending on the power of your microwave. Onions are sauteed in a pan for 2-3 minutes Add milk, black pepper and stirring all the time until cooked through. Add butter and let the porridge stand for 10 minutes under a lid. When serving, put onions and a few slices of bacon on the porridge. Enjoy!