Adjika recipe – how to cook without cooking

This ajika recipe will surprise you with its ease of preparation.

Adjika is a famous spicy spice that came to us from Georgian cuisine. It can be prepared both from raw vegetables and by boiling all the ingredients. Raw adjika is perfect for winter harvest և to replenish canned vegetables.

The Telegraph tells how to make a delicious adjika without cooking with the recipe of Bene Gusto culinary blog in just half an hour. Scroll down the page to make a step-by-step video for making the sauce.

You will need the following ingredients:

  • Sweet pepper – 500 g,
  • Apples – 100 g,
  • Garlic – 90 g,
  • carrots – 80 g
  • Hot pepper – 50 g,
  • Vinegar 9% – 50 ml,
  • Salt – 25 g,
  • Sugar – 10 g.

Cooking method.

  1. Clean and wash the vegetables. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice.
  2. Beat all the ingredients with a meat grinder.
  3. Add salt, sugar and vinegar.
  4. Mix.
  5. Insist for 10 minutes.
  6. Transfer the mixture to glass jars, cover with nylon lids.

Adjika is ready. In winter, it perfectly complements the dishes of vegetables, meat and fish. Do not forget that the sauce should be stored in a cool place.

We also add that Ratunda hot peppers would be ideal for making raw adjika with this recipe. Its core will add elegance to the sauce. If you can not find one, do not worry, the usual “Spark” will do.

Remember, the canning season continues. The most common for winter cucumber harvesting. Learn how to pickle cucumbers to make them even more crumbly.

Earlier, the Telegraph shared a link to Life Hack, which will help to put acid on urgently. It can be an appetizer or a side dish to a main course.

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