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Crunchy Pickled Vegetables "Turchia" Recipe
Turchia - a dish popular in Bulgaria, the literal translation means pickles, although the vegetables are marinated. No holiday or feast can not do without this delicious, crispy snacks. You can take absolutely any vegetables, but most often it is made with cauliflower, carrots, bell peppers, green tomatoes. It is prepared as a quick option, when you can eat the next day, and as a billet for the winter. Having tried once, you will always cook this yummy!
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Cook Time 20 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. In a saucepan pour water, add salt, sugar, sunflower oil and vinegar. Bring to a boil, allow to boil for 3-5 minutes and leave to cool. The marinade should be warm but not hot.
    In a saucepan pour water, add salt, sugar, sunflower oil and vinegar. Bring to a boil, allow to boil for 3-5 minutes and leave to cool. The marinade should be warm but not hot.
  2. The combination of vegetables choose to your taste, but put more cauliflower and carrots, they are particularly tasty. Cabbage divide into inflorescences, vegetables in small pieces.
    The combination of vegetables choose to your taste, but put more cauliflower and carrots, they are particularly tasty. Cabbage divide into inflorescences, vegetables in small pieces.
  3. In a clean jar on the bottom put black, allspice, Bay leaf. Impose arbitrarily vegetables, alternating them, greens. If you do turchia for the winter, banks sterilize.
    In a clean jar on the bottom put black, allspice, Bay leaf. Impose arbitrarily vegetables, alternating them, greens. If you do turchia for the winter, banks sterilize.
  4. When the marinade has cooled pour vegetables with marinade under the top and close the lid. Vegetables should stand for about four hours, then put them in the refrigerator at night, the next morning they are ready. They are stored about 3 weeks. If you do for the winter, then add 2-3 aspirin tablets to each jar and close. Instead of aspirin, you can sterilize the cans for 20 minutes, but then the vegetables will not be so crispy. Bon appetit!
    When the marinade has cooled pour vegetables with marinade under the top and close the lid. Vegetables should stand for about four hours, then put them in the refrigerator at night, the next morning they are ready. They are stored about 3 weeks. If you do for the winter, then add 2-3 aspirin tablets to each jar and close. Instead of aspirin, you can sterilize the cans for 20 minutes, but then the vegetables will not be so crispy. Bon appetit!

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