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Banosh Recipe
Dear Cooks, I want to introduce You to a very simple but very tasty Ukrainian dish, one of the hallmarks of Hutsul cuisine. Quote from Wikipedia - "Banosh - Ukrainian Hutsul traditional dish, a steep porridge of corn flour, cooked with cream or sour cream. Traditionally, it is prepared exclusively by men over an open fire." Everyone who wants to try this delicious dish, come visit, I will be glad!!!
Instructions
  1. The picture is all we need...
    The picture is all we need...
  2. Give the sour cream to boil. Add a little salt, as the dish will be present salted cheese.
    Give the sour cream to boil. Add a little salt, as the dish will be present salted cheese.
  3. Boiling cream in a thin stream add the cornmeal, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon in one direction. Reduce the heat to low and stir constantly. Stir until, until on the walls and the surface of the porridge will not appear droplets of oil, and the porridge begins to lag behind the bottom and walls of the pan, "dance". If sour cream shop, you know-there is not a drop of milk, butter will not... After 15 minutes, remove from heat, put in a dish and sprinkle with cheese, grated on a fine grater.
    Boiling cream in a thin stream add the cornmeal, stirring constantly with a wooden spoon in one direction. Reduce the heat to low and stir constantly. Stir until, until on the walls and the surface of the porridge will not appear droplets of oil, and the porridge begins to lag behind the bottom and walls of the pan, "dance". If sour cream shop, you know-there is not a drop of milk, butter will not... After 15 minutes, remove from heat, put in a dish and sprinkle with cheese, grated on a fine grater.
  4. Banosh is ready, served to the table
    Banosh is ready, served to the table
  5. Hearty, nutritious and delicious. Served banosh with sheep cheese, bacon, sometimes-with fried mushrooms.
    Hearty, nutritious and delicious. Served banosh with sheep cheese, bacon, sometimes-with fried mushrooms.

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