Simple garlic recipes
Donuts of Garlic and zucchini
This one is one simple garlic recipe. On one medium sized zucchini requires: 2 eggs, 2 tablespoons flour, 2-3 cloves of garlic, celery, parsley, coriander, salt, roasting oil.
Peel the zucchini and remove the seeds from it, and then grate it. Squeeze a little bit so that excess liquid can flow out. Add eggs, salt to taste, 2 tablespoons flour and finely chopped dill, parsley and coriander. The mass should be thicker than the pancake mixture. Fry the doughnuts in deep oil. When they’re done, you can sprinkle them with chopped garlic.
Young onions with cottage cheese
150g of young onions, 150g of cottage cheese, 1 cup of kefir, 4 radish, salt, sugar according to taste.
Cut the onion on dices (1cm), and mix the cheese, kefir and sugar. In sauce add the diced onions. Decorate salad with slices of radish.
Hot kefir (spicy), simple garlic recipe
0.5 l of kefir, 3-4 garlic cloves, half a teaspoon ground pepper, 2 tablespoons of dill and salt.
Garlic finely chop, mix with dill, salt and pepper, pour the kefir and stir well. Let it stand in an open container (no metal) about 4-5 hours. After that, the kefir is ready for use as a separate dish, but also as a dressing for boiled potatoes or sour cucumbers.
Carrot and garlic salad, simple garlic recipe
4 young carrots, 4 cloves of garlic, 3 tablespoons mayonnaise, salt. Grate carrots thinly, add garlic and salt, season with mayonnaise and decorate with parsley leaf.
Beetroot salad, with apples, garlic and horseradish
Two smaller beetroots, 4 apples, 2 hard boiled eggs, 1 pickled cucumber, 2 cloves of garlic, young onions, salt, sugar, 1/2 glass of dense cream.
Cooked and peeled beetroot, apples and pickled cucumbers grate on bigger pieces, add the chopped egg, crushed garlic and horseradish, finely chopped young onions. Salt and decorate with the egg flower and young onion.
Serve with cream.
Roasted beetroot with nuts and garlic
4 beetroots, almost full glass of cleaned walnuts, 3 cloves of garlic, 1/4 glass of apple vinegar, parsley leaf, pepper, salt by taste.
Beetroot in the shell is roasted in the oven until it softens. Remove her bark and chop it on pieces and salt. Walnuts, salt and garlic to crush, pepper it, season with vinegar, mix everything with the beetroot, add the oil and sprinkle with the finely chopped parsley leaf.
Stewed beetroot with garlic, simple garlic recipe
3 beetroots, 2 tablespoons oil, 3-4 cloves of garlic, pepper, salt. Cut the beetroot in rings and stew it in the oil. Add the pepper. Serve sprinkled with crushed salted garlic.
Eggs with garlic
Eggs boil for 5 minutes and clean them until they are hot. Melt the butter in a deeper bowl, put on the eggs, cover the bowl, and fry for three minutes with a steady movement of the bowl, so that it does not over fried. Then remove the eggs, cut them into the half, put on the plate and salt them. In melted butter add finely chopped garlic, salt, 2 tablespoons water and boil for 2 minutes. Use this mixture to pour over eggs. Serve with cream and season it as you wish. This is eggs with garlic recipe. Continue reading
Sulfur source, Onion
Now we will pay attention to another product that is also a sulfur source, onion. There are over 400 species of onions. However, only 10 types of onions are native varieties, and almost half is wild.
The most widespread sort of onion is an ordinary onion that can be sweet, half-sweet and hot.
Hot onion varieties are used for onion tea, soups, sauces, fish dishes, meat and vegetables, and sweet varieties are great for salads, sandwiches and cold appetizers.
In the onion, there are carotene, organic acids, iron salts, vitamins C and B1, phytoncides. Onion fights with infections in the organism increase immunity and healing burns, dysentery and heart disease. Continue reading
Slightly salted garlic recipe
Split the garlic in cloves and clean.
Prepare the brine in the following ratio: 80g garlic to 1l of boiling water. On the bottom of the glass jar of 3l, put a few leaves of black currant, cherry, dill, and horseradish. Then put 1 kilogram of prepared garlic in the pot and pour over the brine to completely cover the garlic.
Wrap a glass jar with a double layer of gauze and leave in a warm place for 5 days. After that, the garlic is ready for use. That was a slightly salted garlic recipe. Continue reading
Sulfides in garlic
In this chapter, we paid attention to fresh salads and garlic dishes. Because any salad, whether it is of garlic, leek, etc., can be considered as therapy with sulfides. And that means it is the great prevention of colds, cardiovascular diseases, arthritis or arthrosis. And a good body cleansing agent. Continue reading
Take 350 g of garlic, chop it thinly and crush. Then, take the 200g from the bottom (where all the garlic juice is collected), put in a glass bowl and pour 200g of medical alcohol. Close the bowl well and keep it in the dark place for ten days.
Then strain the mixture and add 50g bee honey and 30g 20% alcoholic propolis extract. Mix all well so that the honey is completely dissolved. Then put the preparation back into the dark place.
After two or three days, this “Youth elixir” can be used.
Drink it 15 – 20 minutes before eating, pouring several drops into a quarter of a glass of cold milk in the strictly stated order. Continue reading
Lung and bronchial disease
There is a natural home remedy that has a tradition of more than five hundred years. And it can certainly help with lung and bronchial disease.
Agent against breath loss
Grind or squash 400 g of garlic. Select and carefully clean the white membrane on 24 lemons and squeeze the juice from them.
Mix lemon juice with ground garlic and place in a large bottle that should be kept in the dark place for 24 days. It’s best to wrap a bottle with a dark cloth.
When the liquid is over, take it once a day before sleep by diluting 1 tablespoon of the mixture in half a glass of cold water. After two weeks you will sleep well, you will feel blithe and will significantly reduce the loss of breath.
It should be added that this recipe is unique. In addition to garlic, in the mixture is also lemon, ie ascorbic acid, fruit acids, and they are an excellent stimulator for the organism. Continue reading
Garlic healing bath
To prepare a garlic healing bath, it is necessary to crush 30 garlic cloves, put them in a bowl and pour 10 liters of boiling water. Cover the bowl and leave it for 6-8 hours. The obtained tea needs to be heated again (not boiling). Pour into the bowl and pour the ordinary hot water in, to the required level.
If you want to completely bathe, the ratio between the tea of garlic and water should be 1: 6. If you are sitting then 1: 3, and if you just want to wash your legs or hands 1: 7. Hot and warm baths of garlic can irritate, so be careful and do not overdo it. And cold baths are acting soothing. Continue reading
Garlic remedies, cold extract of garlic
It is about the garlic basted with the cold water so that no oils containing vitamins and sulfur salts can be extracted from it. This fluid should be left to stand for 16 hours. In no case should this be done in a metal pot! The place to store the finished extract should be cold and dark. After 16 hours the extract is finished and you have great garlic remedies.
The extract can also be prepared with a mixer. Put 6-8 cloves of chopped garlic in two glasses of water and mix with a mixer. The mixture should remain overnight to be ready for use. Continue reading
Garlic home remedies
We talk here about garlic home remedies and recipes that should help in treating the colds and flu. Garlic has shown promise as a treatment for preventing colds and also the respiratory disorder. Studies have shown that garlic reduces the danger of becoming sick in the 1st place, also how long you stay sick. If you regularly get sick with a cold or influenza, consumption of garlic will help cut back your symptoms or stop your sickness entirely. Bellow are some recipes of garlic home remedies, hope it will be helpful. Here you can find some more recipes regarding breathing problems. Continue reading
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