This bread in Scotland used to be baked on the eve of the feast of St. Michael, on September 29, when all the grain was removed. Bread was traditionally baked by the eldest daughter in the family from the grains of the fresh harvest. A mixture of different grains was used for “Struan”: rye, oats, barley, wheat. The grains were pre-ground and soaked in water or milk. Then they baked bread, and in the morning they carried it to the church to receive the blessing of the priest, who asked St. Michael for a plentiful harvest.
This salad is definitely for an amateur. It is suitable for those who prefer healthy and healthy food.
Brown long-grain rice in spices with chickpeas is an excellent option for pilaf for those who adhere to a healthy diet or are on a diet.
Delicious, summer and healthy cutlets. Soft consistency inside and crispy crust on top. A great option for a light dinner. Good in hot and cold form.
It is very easy to prepare such a salad! And the combination of rice, shrimp and avocado makes it look like sushi.