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Do you miss the smell of hot, swollen, round, wonderful cakes, as your grandmother or mother baked on the stove? Do you want to smell the whole house again? All you have to do is go into the kitchen and get upset! If you don't have the courage ... but you still want to satisfy your cravings ... here's a pretty good reason to enjoy your grandmother or mother with a visit. Take a day off and spend it in the smells of childhood, debugging memories with loved ones. What could be more enjoyable? What do you say? Did I make you want to cook or pay a visit? :)


Buckwheat flour cakes

I also tried the recipe. It didn't work out. I actually kept the composition in the fridge longer, thinking that maybe it would get thicker. nothing. I couldn't even form balls, the composition was leaking between my fingers. I also tried the version with pancakes, but it was burning, in the middle they weren't made at all.

I tried this recipe and it didn't work out. After 2 hours, I had nothing to worry about. from what to make cakes, because I also had a thin paste (I expected the buckwheat flour to swell and I could form the balls). I tried to make some kind of pancakes, but the dough spread in the pan (even after I added 1 banana), it burned (it stuck to the pan) and, if by a miracle I managed to turn the "pancake" and make it I also burn on the other side (because I left it as long as I could), the raw medium seemed to be (Or was it boiled flour? - Anyway. my cakes didn't come out) :( Where did I go wrong? I really want to Come on, because I'm trying to keep a gluten-free diet, and the taste of buckwheat flour is DELICIOUS! I don't know? Maybe I put too much water? (Can't you write down the amount of water needed, please?)


Cakes - Recipes

"Slab" pies or peasant cakes are easier than you think. Simple, stuffed with salted cheese and herbs or with mushrooms, they will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet.

Here's how to make the best cheesecake. You will conquer them all.

Dough ingredients

  • 200 ml of water
  • 25 g of fresh yeast
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50 ml oil
  • 400 g flour

Ingredients for the filling:

For the filling you can use anything you like: mushrooms, cheese, mussels.

Mix the yeast with the sugar, add lukewarm water, salt, oil and flour. Knead the dough well until it no longer sticks to your hands. Allow to rise for 15-20 minutes. Then spread round, thin and approximately equal sheets. Place a spoonful of stuffing on each sheet and gather the edges of the dough in the middle, pressing well so that it does not fall apart during cooking.

Bake the cakes in a hot pan. They can also be fried in hot oil. Serve hot or cold, with cream on top.


Cakes - Recipes

"Slab" pies or peasant cakes are easier than you think. Simple, stuffed with salted cheese and herbs or with mushrooms, they will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet.

Here's how to make the best cheesecake. You will conquer them all.

Dough ingredients

  • 200 ml of water
  • 25 g of fresh yeast
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50 ml oil
  • 400 g flour

Ingredients for the filling:

For the filling you can use anything you like: mushrooms, cheese, mussels.

Mix the yeast with the sugar, add lukewarm water, salt, oil and flour. Knead the dough well until it no longer sticks to your hands. Allow to rise for 15-20 minutes. Then spread round, thin and approximately equal sheets. Place a spoonful of stuffing on each sheet and gather the edges of the dough in the middle, pressing well so that it does not fall apart during cooking.

Bake the cakes in a hot pan. They can also be fried in hot oil. Serve hot or cold, with cream on top.


Olive and zatar cakes

Arabic cuisine is famous for the rich combinations of spices and herbs that they use in their dishes. And the dishes are extraordinarily flavorful and tasty.

Zatar is the Arabic name for thyme, the main spice in this mixture. In addition to thyme, it also contains sesame, sumac, thyme, cumin and salt.

Simple cakes with zatar, or with olives and zatar (I made both variants), are very easy to prepare, they are practically a much faster version of bread. They can be prepared in both the oven and the pan and can be eaten with absolutely anything.

INGREDIENT:

  • 350 g flour
  • 190 ml of water
  • olive oil
  • 100 g olives
  • 4 g yeast
  • 10 g + dirt

METHOD OF PREPARATION:

1. Prepare the dough exactly like bread: mix the flour with the yeast and start pouring from lukewarm (not hot) water. We start to mix by hand, add salt and oil. I put the oil in my palm, this way I can spread it all over the dough and it helps me to knead. I put twice as much oil in my palm. We add the sliced ​​olives and knead the dough bringing the edges inwards, and at the end we throw it in the bowl a few times. It will result in a very fragile and fluffy dough. Cover and let it rise for 30 minutes.

2. Transfer the dough to the floured top and knead it for another 1-2 minutes. Divide it into 5 pieces, take each piece in turn and spread it on the counter by pressing it with your hands. If you want you can use a rolling pin, but the dough is so fluffy that it stretches very easily just from your hands. We will grease each cake with a little olive oil and put plenty of zatar.

3. We have 2 options, we can make cakes with zatar in the oven or in the pan. Leave them in the oven for 10 minutes at 200 g, until they start to brown. And in the pan, we make them without oil, we simply put a cake, cover the pan with a lid, leave it for a few minutes and turn it on the other side.

Olive and zatar cakes are ideal with hummus and fresh vegetables, but we can eat them instead of bread with absolutely anything we want.


Cakes - Recipes

"Slab" pies or peasant cakes are easier than you think. Simple, stuffed with salted cheese and herbs or with mushrooms, they will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet.

Here's how to make the best cheesecake. You will conquer them all.

Dough ingredients

  • 200 ml of water
  • 25 g of fresh yeast
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50 ml oil
  • 400 g flour

Ingredients for the filling:

For the filling you can use anything you like: mushrooms, cheese, mussels.

Mix the yeast with the sugar, add lukewarm water, salt, oil and flour. Knead the dough well until it no longer sticks to your hands. Allow to rise for 15-20 minutes. Then spread round, thin and approximately equal sheets. Place a spoonful of stuffing on each sheet and gather the edges of the dough in the middle, pressing well so that it does not fall apart during cooking.

Bake the cakes in a hot pan. They can also be fried in hot oil. Serve hot or cold, with cream on top.


Healthy recipes for the little ones from chef Sorin Bontea and other parents, in a cookbook launched online

Nestlé reaffirms its commitment to improving the quality of life of people around the world and contributing to a healthier future by launching the first parent-to-parent healthy recipe book as part of the Nestlé for Healthier Kids Initiative.

The Nestlé for Healthier Kids Recipe Book, written with the input of several parents and chefs, aims to show us how easily we can prepare nutritionally balanced dishes with our children, involving them in the whole process, from purchasing ingredients to washing. dishes after dinner. The Nestlé for Healthier Kids Recipe Book contains the recipes of chefs and food bloggers Chef Sorin Bontea, Chef Ştefan Popescu, Greta Apostol and Larisa Sferle, who are also parents, the recipes of parents in their communities, as well as 56 recipes of the community of parents of the national movement, and I live healthy! - SETS ”, a program included under the umbrella of the Nestlé for Healthier Kids Initiative.

Each recipe is well structured and easy to follow even by those who have less experience in the kitchen, has nutritional values ​​and recommendations. All the recipes in the book are extremely valuable because they are simple, traditional and easy to cook with local ingredients, are balanced respecting all categories of nutrients (carbohydrates, fats, proteins), and are made by Romanian parents for Romanian tastes.

"Nutrition is very important both for growth and development during childhood, and for the prevention of diseases in adulthood. Nutrition influences our well-being, both physical and emotional. In Romania, the figures show that 1 in 4 children are overweight or obese, only 26.9% consume vegetables daily and just over 42% eat fresh fruit daily1. Most often, the imbalance occurs in the family, before the little one is exposed to the influences of the extra-familial environment. A child learns from the examples seen in the family. At Nestlé, we believe that healthy eating habits are formed from the earliest years of life and it is essential that parents provide their children with a proper eating education. That's why we've created several tools to help parents, such as NutriPorţia and now the healthy and easy-to-cook recipe book with the little ones. We want this book to be a guide for parents in Romania and to help them make healthy choices for their children ", says Nicoleta Tupiţă, Nutrition Health and Wellness Manager, at Nestlé Romania.

The Nestlé for Healthier Kids Recipe Book can be downloaded here.

Balanced nutrition at any age is defined by 3 basic elements: variety, adequate caloric intake and a correct distribution of macronutrients in the daily menu. After the age of 1, children can participate in family meals, they can eat at the same meal with their parents. Thus, children acquire a healthy relationship with food, and parents must set an example for them.

The nutritional needs of children vary greatly depending on their age and stage of development. The accelerated growth of children in the first years of life must be supported by an adequate diet, both caloric and nutritious. Given that children's needs evolve with them, following a few simple steps, an age-appropriate nutritional plan can be established: assessing nutritional status, determining caloric needs according to age, ensuring variety in diet and setting portions.

Studies 2,3,4 show that there is a correlation between diet and school performance, taking into account the role of nutrition in the development of the brain at the beginning of life, but also of cognitive functions. Thus, some nutritional deficiencies can affect children's ability to concentrate and memorize. Iron, vitamins B1, B2, B3, B6, B8, B12, folic acid, copper, iodine, magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, omega 3 fatty acids are nutrients with roles in the functioning of the nervous system5. Parents need to make sure that all of these nutrients are present in their children's diets daily. Most of these nutrients are provided by a varied diet, which corresponds to the energy needs of children, who need energy to be able to concentrate at school.

Breakfast is the first meal of the day and should contain whole grains, fruits, dairy proteins or eggs and healthy fats from nuts, fish or olive oil. Lunch and dinner should be equally balanced. Half of the children's plate should be filled with vegetables, a quarter with high-protein foods (meat, fish, eggs, dairy or legumes) and a quarter with high-carbohydrate foods (cereals, bread, pasta, rice, potatoes).

In 2020, in Romania, Nestlé for Healthier Kids initiatives reached over 80,000 children and 2 million parents, teachers and the general public, both through educational programs that promote a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, and through efforts to innovate and reformulate Nestlé products in order to reduce the amount of added sugars, salt and saturated fats. As part of its communication campaigns for NutriPorţia and International Chefs' Day projects, Nestlé has reached more than 2 million people, mostly parents, with educational messages.

Globally, Nestlé launched 1,210 more nutritious products last year, reduced 60,000 tonnes of sugar and 10,000 tonnes of salt from 2017 to date and eliminated 10% of saturated fats, fulfilling its 2014 commitment. added 300 million servings of whole grains, legumes, nuts and seeds to its products, and whole grains are the number one ingredient in all breakfast cereals for children and teenagers.

To support a healthier diet among Romanian families, Nestlé recently launched Nesquik All Natural cocoa with raw cane sugar and natural ingredients, Maggi Bio cubes, Maggi liquid food bases, Cheerios Bio breakfast cereals, Nesquik Organic and gluten-free Corn Flakes cereal bar. He also renewed the Maggi Ideea Zilei recipes, which now contain only simple ingredients that we find in our kitchens. On the Romanian market, all breakfast cereals, except Corn Flakes, have whole grains as the main ingredient.


Cakes - Recipes

"Slab" pies or peasant cakes are easier than you think. Simple, stuffed with salted cheese and herbs or with mushrooms, they will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet.

Here's how to make the best cheesecake. You will conquer them all.

Dough ingredients

  • 200 ml of water
  • 25 g of fresh yeast
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50 ml oil
  • 400 g flour

Ingredients for the filling:

For the filling you can use anything you like: mushrooms, cheese, mussels.

Mix the yeast with the sugar, add lukewarm water, salt, oil and flour. Knead the dough well until it no longer sticks to your hands. Allow to rise for 15-20 minutes. Then spread round, thin and approximately equal sheets. Place a spoonful of stuffing on each sheet and gather the edges of the dough in the middle, pressing well so that it does not fall apart during cooking.

Bake the cakes in a hot pan. They can also be fried in hot oil. Serve hot or cold, with cream on top.


Cakes - Recipes

"Slab" pies or peasant cakes are easier than you think. Simple, stuffed with salted cheese and herbs or with mushrooms, they will satisfy even the most demanding gourmet.

Here's how to make the best cheesecake. You will conquer them all.

Dough ingredients

  • 200 ml of water
  • 25 g of fresh yeast
  • ½ teaspoon of sugar
  • a pinch of salt
  • 50 ml oil
  • 400 g flour

Ingredients for the filling:

For the filling you can use anything you like: mushrooms, cheese, mussels.

Mix the yeast with the sugar, add lukewarm water, salt, oil and flour. Knead the dough well until it no longer sticks to your hands. Allow to rise for 15-20 minutes. Then spread round, thin and approximately equal sheets. Place a spoonful of stuffing on each sheet and gather the edges of the dough in the middle, pressing well so that it does not fall apart during cooking.

Bake the cakes in a hot pan. They can also be fried in hot oil. Serve hot or cold, with cream on top.


Instructions

For this recipe you need the following:

Mix the yeast with the warm milk, sugar and salt. Add an egg and sift flour and guar gum over the mixture. The composition is kneaded until it becomes homogeneous. Transfer to another bowl, greased with butter and leave to rise for 1 hour in a warm place.

Mix 25g cornstarch with 25g flour, which is thrown on the work surface. Roll out the dough with a rolling pin to a thickness of 1.5 cm. Use any round shape (metal or cup / glass) to form the cakes. They are transferred to a tray with the cornmeal mixture on the bottom.

Put the cakes in a pan over low heat and fry for 4-5 minutes on each side.


1. Ice tea with peaches and thyme

Ingredients for 4 glasses

Peach syrup

  • 6 ripe peaches, diced
  • 5-6 sprigs of fresh thyme
  • 250 ml of water
  • 80 gr brown sugar
  • 2-3 ice cubes / glass
  • a slice of lemon and a slice of peach
  • 1 sprig of fresh thyme

Prepare the tea separately from the tea bags and hot water. Leave to cool.

In a saucepan, place the peaches, thyme sprigs and sugar. Let it boil for 20 minutes. After the peaches have softened and have the consistency of a puree, strain all the contents through a fine sieve. Leave to cool.

Assembly: Divide the ice cubes into glasses and then pour in each 1 quarter of the amount of syrup and 1 quarter of the amount of tea. Garnish with peach felli and lemon and sprigs of fresh thyme.


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