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PostSubject: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushrooms r   Tue Feb 01, 2011 9:49 am

Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushrooms recipe

Ingredients:
2 lb carp
salt to taste
ground pepper
10 tbsp flour
2 oz butter
5 oz buckwheat
1 quart mushroom water
2 oz dry mushrooms
4 oz scallions
4 oz butter
2 ea eggs
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Method:
Soak dry mushrooms for 2 hours. Bring to boil and cook on low heat for a half and hour. Drain mushrooms and set mushroom water aside. Wash and clean a carp. Make a cut on the back. Cut off fins. Remove bones and internal organs through the back cut. Leave the flesh on the skin. Filling: Boil buckwheat in mushroom water until it is crumbly. Chop finely scallion and boiled mushrooms, fry in 50 g butter. Beat up eggs. Stir mushrooms with onion, salt, pepper in buckwheat carefully. Then stir in beaten eggs. Stuff the carp with a filling in back cut. Sew up the cut. Sprinkle the carp with salt, roll up in flour. Fry the carp in 60 g butter until light golden on every side. The time of frying is 10-20 mins. After that put the pan with the carp in a well heated oven and bake until it is ready (10-12 mins). Before serving, slice the carp in portions and pour over melted butter.
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PostSubject: Re: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushroo   Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:19 am

will give it a try. last time i tried to cook a carp peter had caught it was over done on the out side and raw inside. had the same problem with the tolstolob he caught.
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PostSubject: Re: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushroo   Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:22 am

Hi 1abroad,

You can try this recipe with the large "
Tsipura"
you can get in Metro and elsewhere. I prefer these because of the lack of bones and I prefer the taste to Carp and surely no-one actually likes "
Tolstolob"
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PostSubject: Re: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushroo   Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:37 am

the people of popovo like tolstolob - we sell loads
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PostSubject: Re: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushroo   Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:39 am

@1abroad wrote:
the people of popovo like tolstolob - we sell loads

I may be thinking of the wrong fish, but isn't Tolstolob very fatty with lots of bones??
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PostSubject: Re: Russian recipe - Carp Stuffed with Buckwheat and Mushroo   Tue Feb 01, 2011 10:46 am

have a look at peters fresh fish for sale post as it has a link to a video of tolstolob.
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