Buckwheat in a merchant in a multivark with pork
Buckwheat in a merchant’s way in a multivark with pork is one of the most hearty and useful full-fledged dishes for a family dinner. I recommend!
Pork – 400-700 g
Vegetable oil for frying
Carrots – 1 pc.
Onion – 1 pc.
Sweet pepper – 1-2 pcs.
Tomato paste – 2-4 tablespoons. (taste)
Buckwheat – 3 mullets
Bay leaf – 1-2 pcs.
Ground coriander – 1 tsp.
Paprika – 1 tsp.
Hops-Suneli – 2-3 pinch
Nutmeg – 1-2 pinches
Water – 4.5 mice
Fresh greens – to taste
Salt – to taste
Ground black pepper – to taste
- 215 kCal
- 55 mins.
Each hostess in the arsenal has dishes, pets. These are delicious and easy to prepare dishes, which, if necessary, we can cook even with blindfolds. When we are tired, in a hurry or just not in the mood to stand by the stove, these dishes make our life easier, save our strength and time, while always rejoicing with the magnificent aroma and taste of us and our loved ones.
For me, one of these dishes – buckwheat in a merchant, cooked in a multivark.
I love this dish immeasurably not only for its taste, but also for its simplicity and ease of preparation. It is enough to load all the favorite ingredients of the dish in a multivark, and after 35-40 minutes you can call everyone to the table. Simple, fast and home-like cozy and tasty.
In my opinion, buckwheat in a merchant way is one of those dishes that are tasty in any of their versions. With meat or poultry, with vegetables, sauces, herbs or only with salt and black pepper – the dish in any case turns delicious. Today I want to share with you my favorite variant of this dish and to cook in buckwheat groats commercially with pork, vegetables, spices and herbs.
Try, maybe this option will be to your liking?
Prepare the ingredients in the list.
In addition to the classic frying of onions and carrots, I also like to add sweet pepper and a little tomato paste. Pepper I use fresh or frozen, and instead of tomato paste I sometimes add fresh tomatoes.
Peel, cut meat, pepper and onions, and chop carrots.
In the bowl multivarka add a little vegetable oil, pieces of meat.
Fry the meat in the “Frying” mode (in my multivark it is “Deep frying”) 8-10 minutes, until a crispy crust. Then take the roasted meat from the multivarka and put it aside for a while, so the meat is not overcooked and will remain juicy and tender.
In the bowl of the multivark add the onion. Stirring, fry 3-5 minutes, until the onion is soft and golden.
Add carrots, I also add sweet pepper. Stir and fry the vegetables for another 3-5 minutes.
Add the fried meat and, if desired, a little tomato sauce or pasta. Add a few pinch of salt, ground black pepper, other spices to taste. Stir and fry all together for a few more minutes.
Measure the buckwheat groats. Add 1-2 bay leaves, more seasonings and spices to taste. I add a little ground coriander, paprika, hops-suneli, a pinch of nutmeg or I use a ready mix of spices “for pork”.
Add water to the cup of the multivarker. The standard ratio of buckwheat and water is 1: 1.5. I add 3 mullets of buckwheat porridge and 4.5 mullets of water.
Switch the multivarker to medium heating mode. If in your multivarker there is a mode of “buckwheat”, choose it, I choose the “pilaf” mode. Prepare buckwheat in a merchant’s way with pork in the multivarque for another 30-35 minutes, until the end of the program or until cooked buckwheat porridge.
Finished dish, if desired, sprinkle with fresh herbs.
Buckwheat in a merchant’s ready! Bon Appetit!