- pork leg
- 300 g sausages
- 2 onions
- 50 ml oil
- 2 bay leaves
- 200 ml. white / red wine
- 100 ml. the water
- 3 tablespoons broth
- 3 cloves of garlic
- telemea (optional)
Preparation time: less than 90 minutes
METHOD OF PREPARATION OF THE RECIPE Tochitura munteneasca:
The meat is cut into cubes, and the sausages are cut into rounds. In the hot oil add the onion cut into scales, after it becomes glassy, put the meat cubes and let it simmer, then add the sausages, leave for another 10 minutes and put the wine, 100 ml of water and bay leaves, cover and let it boil around 45 minutes. If necessary, add more water or wine. After the 40 minutes have passed, season with salt and pepper, add the 3 tablespoons of broth diluted in water, put the sliced garlic and let it boil for another 10 minutes. Serve with polenta and egg yolks. Grate cheese on top (optional)
Please look for another equivalent for tochitura. In the worst case, steak, or make a note of the trad. & quotstew & quot is stew, which has sauce, is with onion and tomato juice, etc. It is totally different from tochitura, which is actually pork (of different types: muscles, liver, etc.), fried in oil and smothered with water.
agree that there is no exact term, but.
stew = stew ..
Tocana: Pork, beef or mutton stew, with onions, also usually served with mamaliga
On the same day when the pig is sacrificed, a “tochitura” is prepared and eaten with the famous “mamaliga” (a corn-flour atole), poured on to a wooden plate and with a center of sour cabbage in its own juice, in which a half- broken red pepper, is also added.
stew = stew
but I notice on all pages exclusively english stew is translated ..lamb / pork / beef stew ..
add the meat to the stew
another page a http://s-s-foods.com/CATERING/INTERNATIONAL/Rumanian/ROMANIA.
TOCANA - PORK, BEEF OR MUTTON STEW SEASONED WITH ONIONS AND SERVED WITH MAMALIGA
500 gr pork meat
250 smoked sausages
300 gr cheese
3-4 spoons lard (oil)
10 garlic cloves
250 gr pork liver
1-2 pork kidneys
(The Romanian name of the dish: Tochitura moldoveneasca
If you want to be accurate.
There is no mention of omelettes on the link below.
Is it another recipe?
you can explain in parentheses what it is. At the Romanian restaurant in Phoenix, this is how it is on the menu, and I think it should be kept as such, because there is no correspondent in English.
I think this translation might be the best fit.
1.Moldavian style deep-fried mixed meat platter, fried eggs topped
2. Fried eggs topped Moldavian style deep-fried mixed meat platter
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Medi, I had been planning to make a tochitura for 3 months :) I kept postponing it because I wanted to prepare it like a book, but today I felt like it and I only made it with pork. Usually I put chicken, the beef seems too strong and too dark.
Thank you Man for this delicious recipe.
With pleasure, I hope you find on the blog other recipes that will catch your eye` :)
It is a delicious tochitura, I tried it last week and since then my future husband has been asking me all the time when I will make it. Today I prepared a big surprise for him :)), I made the tochitura again, I can't wait for him to come from work to see his reaction: p! Tomorrow I will try the famous fluffy donuts, I hope I don't laugh: P. Thanks for the recipes!
Tochitura is addictive, I felt it on my skin too :)) You don't have to worry, but for encouragement, I wish you good luck tomorrow with the donuts!
what a fall of red or white wine
I put red wine on the pork tochitura. But, if I only have white wine at hand, I use that one too, I just won't respect all the recipes and rules now with holiness :)
Does it look like Dobrogea tochitura ?!
Thanks for the recipe, my family ate like outlaws. ))
With pleasure! You kind of got me thinking, I should rename the recipe, I think it would sound good & outlaw quottochitura & quot :))
Off at last. I was a little upset that I had to cook today but I didn't know what. and you posted 2 recipes with potatoes one after the other and it didn't work. so I ran through your recipes and stopped at the tochitura. not to mention that I also chose the weekend menu. stuffed thighs. fish plate and dessert eclairs..but. there is always a gift. I can't disappoint you like you. )) adapt recipes. but thanks for the inspiration Lorena
I like the chosen menu, even if it doesn't have potatoes at all :) I think you shouldn't even mention that you adapted them, but only do it when you haven't found what to adapt - if it ever happens :))
Chicken tochitura, simple and quick recipe
Chicken tochitura, simple and quick recipe, with tender and juicy pieces of meat. It's ready in 30 minutes, with polenta, it's a great idea for a family meal or when you have guests. Step-by-step video recipe.
I had some thighs yesterday and I didn't know what to make of them. I was thinking of a chicken plate, a ostropel with tomato sauce or to a pilaf with chicken.
But it was like I wanted something else. And only good that I was asked in a culinary group, how to make chicken tochitura. And ready, I immediately decided to make a chicken tochitura & # 128578