As you know, I try everything. I have redefined lazy cooking with my last recipe.
This recipe is originally my father’s idea who happens to be a machine engineer 🙂
“Altogether in” recipe:
You add all the ingredients at once, no mixing before, no cooking before, no order of cooking.
The tip is very low heat.
Put fresh or frozen meat, onions, tomatoes, veggies, potatoes etc of your choice in some water 1-2 glasses (it does not even have to be boiled!)
Cook it at very low heat for 1-2 hours. That is the only rule…
If necessary, you can add boiled water while cooking, but if you use low heat it won’t be necessary at all.
That is it. Now you can burn your cookbooks 🙂
This is my first altogether in idea:
I was quite lazy about my projects this last week but I have some excuses. I was sick for 3 days, I wasted my time on a date for 2 days, and I was a lazy bitch for 2 days. My excuses are not very good 🙂
So I should be getting my butt up and get to work.
This one is very easy
Take your favorites among the recommended veggies, clean them, chop them, boil them in water until they are smooth. I usually boil them for an hour with low heat.
Add salmon pieces in boiling veggies, add some soy sauce or salt, some seasoning like rosemary, turmeric and especially fresh dill. Wait 5 minutes.
It is ready!
How about some health?
I recently made this and it is super easy & healthy.
I wrote how to cook it on the photo 🙂 That easy 🙂
Here is the bone broth with poultry. This was my first trial of making bone broth from chicken.
Since chicken is not very easy to cut, I put the whole organic and free-range chicken into a big pot and cook a little. Then I cut the chicken and take out the bones and skin, added 3 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and cooked them for 5 hours in very low heat in a pot full of water.
Quick notes here:
- With beef and lamb I cook for 8 hours. See recipes for bone broth from beef/lamb
- For fish it is 2 hours. See salmon soup recipe with veggies