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Beef broth with potatoes

Beef broth with potatoes is a typical Sunday lunch that can be prepared very well. About half of a bunch of clean greens, peel and cut into large pieces. An unpeeled onion in half and place cut side down into a soup pot. Fry the onion without the addition of fat until it begins to brown and deglaze with water. This gives the broth its dark color and strong taste. Add the bouquet garni and season with bay leaf, peppercorns, cloves and about 1 teaspoon of salt.

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A lid and boil the broth bubbling vigorously. The temperature switch back to low level, add boiled and move to a low level in about 80-90 minutes until done. Potatoes, carrots and leeks and clean peel and cut into small cubes, as previously seen in the picture. Potatoes and carrots in a small saucepan filled, remove it from the broth about 1/4 liter and pour the potatoes. The broth and potatoes to boil on medium heat about 15 minutes to cook at all. Continue reading

Beef broth with egg

Beef broth with egg is a classic clear soup, which tastes very strong. Clean and slice greens for half of the beef broth into large cubes. The other half of the soup into very fine cubes. An unpeeled onion in half, place the cut sides into a soup pot and cook without adding fat in the soup pot. Once the cut edges begin to brown, add the coarsely chopped greens and soup meat and cover with water. By the onion beef broth with egg receives its typical dark color, like to see in the picture above. Add a stock cube, bay leaf, black peppercorns and cloves, put on a lid and boil vigorously once the beef broth.

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Remove the lid and simmer the beef broth over medium heat about 90 minutes. Whisk the egg custard for a large organic egg with milk and sprinkle with freshly grated nutmeg and a pinch of salt. A small bowl or cup auspinse ln with butter and pour in the egg. The dish tightly with aluminum foil so that no water can flow into the custard. The bowl in a suitable pot and fill the bowl halfway with water. Put a lid on the saucepan and heat the water only, but do not boil. The water should simmer gently. Increase after 20 minutes the bowl with a slotted spoon from the water and remove the aluminum foil. Continue reading