4 ideas for a full Breakfast. Sweet and sour marmalade from currant juice is very well in harmony with cheese, meat and liver. Adds flavor to sweet milk soups with rice or vermicelli, in all kinds of cereal. Friends with the tasty bread and butter. Anyway, a hearty and healthy meal is guaranteed to us!
I cook marmalade on agar-agar (buy agar via Internet). This marmalade is dense to the touch (convenient for cutting), while soft to the bite, does not stick to the teeth, dense jelly does not resemble (another structure). And, importantly, easy to prepare. Usually I cook the marmalade juice of the currant (and even cherries, cranberries. Berries both fresh and frozen).
In freshly squeezed juice I poured the agar, allowed to stand for 30 minutes. Then heated the solution, stirred, poured 200 g of sugar, brought the mixture to a boil and immediately removed from the stove.
After about five minutes I poured the mixture into container (lined with cling film). Gelated agar liquid seizes very quickly (as soon as T below +40C ). I keep the marmalade in the fridge. Sugar, as is customary for many, do not sprinkle.
And what if I cooked with the marmalade not desserts.
For example, the rolls! Marmalade from currant juice and liver pate are ideal partners. Spread on pita bread and liver pate, put strip of cheese and marmalade, a wrap, a little press for the density. It is very convenient to take such rolls on the road or to work!
It's Breakfast from the "prepared - ate"! I love these buns. Cut the bun, be sure to heat it in the oven or microwave. Then, very quickly, put on a bun cheese for toast, pieces of marmalade, Basil leaves. Ready!
Another, well, Oh - very tasty option: sprinkle a bun with a mixture of cheeses (any hard+Suluguni), put the pieces of marmalade on top. Send all this beauty in the microwave for a minute. After only sprinkle with Basil and on the table, or rather in the mouth!
And these sandwiches with butter and marmalade adores my child!! And gladly takes them to school!!!
I will be glad if our tastes coincide, and you will love marmalade, as well as we!!! Bon appetit, everyone!!!