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Marigolds in tomato

Cooked Carrots in Tomato

Time to cook: 120 minutes

A tasty and flavorful salad of redroots that you can taste right away or save for the winter. Easy to prepare and preserves the taste of a freshly cooked dish even in winter. Cooking time does not include preparing the mushrooms.

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Tomato, Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Flavorful, Onions, Carrots, Water, Bay Leaf, Tomato Paste, Original, Pickles, Preserves, Salted Mushrooms

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Pickled Sprouts

Cooked Pickled Brown Cheese Mushrooms

I don't know where and how, but in our region of Krasnodar we don't really appreciate this wonderful mushroom, the russula. They only take it if there's nothing else in the woods. In my opinion, the dewdrop is not any worse than other mushrooms. I'll never pass by the bright, shiny scattering of these beautiful mushrooms! You see them in the woods a lot more often than other mushrooms. Tender, fragile, with a peculiar nutty flavor. There is a lot of delicious dishes that can be cooked, roasted, baked, made into salads and sauces. And you can also pickle them for the winter. Of course, they are not porcini mushrooms, but..! In winter with boiled potatoes and a glass of porcini... My husband says that the taste of the dewberries made by this recipe is very similar to that of mushrooms sourced in a barrel.

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Spicy, Sugar, Vinegar, Water, Bay Leaf, Salty, Mushroom, Cloves, Pickles, Mustard Seeds, Dill Seeds, Preserves, Salted Mushrooms

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Roasted Dilled Cherry Orchards for winter

Cooked roasted mushrooms for winter

I've always made roasted milk mushrooms, and this year I tried this way to make white milk mushrooms, and I'm happy to share the recipe! Roasted milk mushrooms taste great and stay firm! These mushrooms are a great appetizer and starter for winter!

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Onion, Vegetable Oil, Onions, Water, Bay Leaf, Mushroom, Pepper, Salted, Pickles, Preserves, Salted Mushrooms

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Pickled Mushrooms Like Mama's

Cooked Pickled Mushrooms Like Mama's

Time to cook: 30 minutes

I've looked through all the pickled mushroom recipes, but I can't find this. My mother used to do it this way, and I've been marinating mushrooms this way for a long time. The trick is to use more sugar in the marinade than salt. It makes the mushrooms sweet and salty. At any feast, the first thing to end up on the table are my pickled mushrooms.

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Sugar, Vinegar, Sweet, Bay Leaf, Salty, Dill, Cloves, Pickles

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Salted Dilled Doves

Cooked Pickled Mushrooms

Time to cook: 40 minutes

The perfect appetizer for a holiday table or a country meal with crumbly potatoes. Today we found some wonderful milk mushrooms on our way. We decided to salt them and we remembered that a friend of mine was telling us recently that she makes a delicious milk mushrooms according to her mom's recipe. But beyond that, the attraction is also that the time from pickling to eating is only 3 weeks. The secret is simple: the mushrooms are boiled in salted water for 3 to 5 minutes. from the boiling point (the answer to the question of whether they are crispy has been given in the affirmative). In addition to mushrooms, you will need salt, garlic, who likes bay and pepper (I did not put them) and herbs, which you can buy at any market, under the name *for pickling *. Follow the steps :)

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Garlic, Spicy, Greens, Hot, Bay Leaf, Pickles, Preserves, Salted Mushrooms

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Pickled Sprouts

Cooked Pickled Mushrooms

Time to cook: 20 minutes

There aren't many mushrooms this year, you're happy with whatever edible ones you have in the woods. We don't pass by the dewberries, either. I know that many people do not even consider dewberries to be mushrooms, but if you cook them properly, then you will love them this winter, I promise))). Although, the recipe, of course, is for a connoisseur. My mom taught me this recipe, and now I'm always preparing it for the winter. And even if we have a good year for mushrooms, we still take the chokeberries and salt them according to this recipe. They come out a little bit "snotty", But with sour cream and onions - a real treat, I assure you )))

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Ingredients and taste: Salt, Black Pepper, Spicy, Water, Bay Leaf, Salty, Cloves, Pickles, Preserves, Salted Mushrooms

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