March 20, 2017

Truth to be told I haven’t known until recently that buckwheat mush (a very traditional Slovenian dish) can be made so easily. That is why they are on the menu quite often lately. In this recipe I paired it with honey sauerkraut that add amazing aroma and taste. Try it out! It is so easy.

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For the buckwheat mush

200 g
buckwheat flour
3,5-4 dl
boiling water
1 žlica
olive oil
1 žlica
coconut oil
salt

For the cabbage

1 žlica
olive oil
1 velika
onion
4 stroki
garlic
0,5 kg
sauerkraut
1 dl
tomato sauce
salt, smoked paprika and cumin
2 žlici
honey

For toppings

4
eggs
parmigiano

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  • 1. 

    Buckwheat mush

    Start dry-roasting buckwheat flour for around 5 minutes. It will start smelling really nice. Stir often! Then add olive oil, coconut oil and salt and mix. Pour boiling water over it, stir, cover and set aside for 10 minutes.

  • 2. 

    Sauerkraut and eggs

    Meanwhile chop onion and sauté it on olive oil for about 5 minutes. Add chopped garlic and sauté altogether for few seconds until it start smelling really nice. Add sauerkraut, tomato sauce, salt, smoked paprika and cumin. Mix well and cook for another 5 minutes. At the end add honey, stir, taste and add extra spices if necessary. Heat the pan and cook 4 eggs sunny side up.

  • 3. 

    Finish

    Take the pot with buckwheat mush and make bigger clumps with two forks. Put them in a bowl. Top with sauerkraut and eggs. Sprinkle parmigiano on top.

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You can also add chili to sauerkraut. It will nicely spice things up.

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Ajdovi žganci z medenim kislim zeljem postreženi z jajci in parmezanom.
Ajdovi žganci z medenim kislim ze ljem postreženi z jajci in parmezanom.

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