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Beer herring roe sandwiches

Cooked herring caviar sandwiches with beer

Time to cook: 20 minutes

Nutritional Value

I've seen this recipe before and I didn't change anything in it. It just fell right in my heart, because quinoa is one of our favorite foods. But there was no reason to cook it. And then on Sunday a purely male company came over to discuss something urgent, well, and brought a beer, where without it. Dinner was served, but the dinner was canceled, and for dinner, sorry, were cheesecakes, with beer would not do. I was so excited, I remembered this recipe. I had everything in stock. There's always herring, I like herring very much. In short, 20 minutes - and the snack on the table, eaten, made the second portion, quinoa - something more cooked, eaten. And the main thing is that everyone's eating it, and not a single question. I'm going around in circles, I've eaten three of them myself, I thought it was very tasty. And then I ask: "What did you gentlemen eat your sandwiches with??". "Herring and caviar", - they say. "Whose caviar, I ask", strictly so I ask. They threw a lot of options, well, except for red and black, of course. Now they are laughing and tell everyone how Svetka fed them quinoa rice, but, hell, how they were delicious. And the wives asked for the recipe. And no one guessed! And my husband was shining like a copper basin.

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Ingredients for herring sandwiches "caviar" With beer:

  • Quinoa (Mixed by Mistral) - 1 glass
  • Herring (not very salty) - 1 pc
  • Green onions (feathers) - 5 pcs
  • Olive oil - 2 tablespoon
  • Black pepper (freshly ground, more can be used) - 1 pinch.
  • Baguette - 1 pc
  • Parsley (leaves for decoration) - 1 twig.

How to cook herring sandwiches "caviar" step by step with photos

Boil quinoa first. I boil a large amount at once.

Pour the rinsed groats into the boiling, slightly salted water, at a ratio of one part grits, two parts water. Cook on low heat under a closed lid. Let the boiled groats cool down completely. I had no time, so I put 4 tablespoon in a container and sent it to the freezer, three minutes - and it cooled.

While the grits are boiling, peel the herring, fillet it, debone it, and cut into small cubes. You will need the same amount of herring as the quinoa.

Mix equal amounts of quinoa and herring, add finely chopped green onions, olive oil and a generous amount of pepper. Stir in .

Slice baguette, "Spread on the caviar" And decorate with a leaf of parsley

You are ready to serve...

Nutritional Value:

Whole Dish:
2834.4 Calories
151.1 g
127 g
260.9 g
226.8 Calories
12.1 g
10.2 g
20.9 g

Black Pepper, Spicy, Olive Oil, Parsley, Green onions, Salty, Herring, Baguette, Starters, Sandwiches, Open Sandwich

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