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Here the easy way and healthy cooked European food
Most European dishes are easy to cook, especially the common ones. They may look overwhelming to prepare due to their presentation but they are quite simple. The European way of preparing their food only goes to show that they have high respect for food and they consider it very important. Their dishes are not only filling, they are tasty and healthy too.
Salada de boeuf - Romanian Recipe
Romanian Beef Salad is considered to be a traditional recipe that is made for Christmas, New Year's and Easter. The salad is also widely popular in the Balkans/Eastern Europe. Root vegetables, cooked beef or chicken mixed with pickled vegetables and mayo are the main ingredients for the dish.
Wiener Schnitzel - A Traditional Austrian Recipe
Wiener Schnitzel is a traditional Austrian recipe that is delicious and easy to make. Wiener Schnitzel is a traditional Austrian recipe that is delicious and easy to make. The authentic wiener schnitzel is made with veal meat, but the same preparation can be done for other type of meats such as chicken and pork. These are simply called schnitzel. The chicken schnitzel is especially popular with kids.
The key cooking secret for a good wiener schnitzel is to have tender meat, cut into about half inch thick slices, that is then pounded with a meat mallet for extra tenderness. For chicken, excellent results are obtained with de-bonned skinless chicken drumsticks or skinless chicken breast. For pork, an excellent choice is the tenderloin meat, cut into half inch slices perpendicularly on the meat fiber to yield small round pieces of meat. Other pork meats can be used as well, but the higher the quality of the meat, the tender the schnitzel will get.
This sauce works great with any kind of meat boiled or baked. My favorite quick and easy dinner meal is chicken or beef soup for the first course, and then use the boiled chicken or beef meat and the vegetables from the soup for a second course served with this olive sauce on top.
This olive sauce also works great for the turkey leftovers from your Thanksgiving dinner. Its tangy flavor gives the right amount of spice to the otherwise bland turkey meat. Best of all, this olive sauce recipe is ready in minutes.