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Mushroom soup is an excellent pp dish that fits perfectly into any diet menu! Mushrooms contain very few calories – about 20 calories per 100 grams, but at the same time they are a valuable source of protein! That is why mushrooms occupy a special place in the diet.
To prepare a truly low-calorie dish, you need to follow these rules:
Traditionally, beshbarmak is made from horse meat, lamb and beef. But not everyone tolerates these types of meat, so they replace it with chicken. I prefer chicken meat, because with it beshbarmak is not only tasty, but also quickly cooked. This dish is sure to serve the broth in a separate bowl.
Sambar is a traditional South Indian lentil stew. It is served as an independent dish or as a complex sauce for boiled rice. In this case, a sambar for the enrichment of color and taste is prepared with the addition of vegetables and spices.
Hot soup is an indispensable dish that allows not only to get enough, but also to warm up, and such a desire often arises in the winter, even in Cyprus. It is not surprising that among the traditional Cypriot recipes you can find several unusual and tasty soups, each of which has its own characteristics. For example, egg-lemon soup (in which juice of one or two lemons is really squeezed out) is usually prepared for Easter, and trahana soup, which can be tasted exclusively on the island, is made from local wheat cereal and goat milk. For the preparation of Cypriot vegetable soups, only fresh vegetables grown in Cyprus are used, and traditional fish soups are made from seafood caught by local fishermen.
Fasolada is one of the popular soups of Greek and Cypriot cuisines. This is probably the easiest dish to cook, which blends perfectly with fresh bread and olives. The main ingredients are very few – beans, carrots, celery, onions, tomatoes and olive oil. The Greeks call beans “caviar of the poor.” But even ceasing to be poor, the Greeks could not wean from their beloved fasolada. Very tasty, hearty and nutritious soup. And, of course, very useful!