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PostSubject: Traditional Bulgarian Gyuvetch   Fri Nov 18, 2011 11:46 am

Here is another winter warmer steady with the Chillies

Traditional Bulgarian Gyuvetch


Ingredients

pork - 1 kg. maybe with beef or lamb
onion - 150 g
Garlic - 2 clove heads
aubergine - 500g
tomatoes - 150 g
peppers - 150 g
oil - 150 ml.
potatoes - 1 kg.
zucchini - 300g
okra - 300 g
peas - 300 g
green beans - 300 g
chillies - 2.

Paprika - 5 g
wine - 100 ml.
Parsley - 1 bunch
salt
black pepper

Method

The meat is cut into pieces and fry lightly in 2-3 tablespoons of the oil, then remove.

In the same oil lightly fry finely chopped onion and add part of finely chopped red tomatoes and red pepper. Put the meat, salt, pour in hot water and wine and allow to boil. Then add the remaining vegetables, and after ten minutes - peppers, cut into julienne. When meat is tender, add remaining oil and chopped potatoes in bulk.

The dish is transferred to the stew and cook. Ten minutes before removal from the oven, add the remaining tomatoes, cut into small pieces .

The finished stew sprinkled with crushed black pepper and chopped parsley
.

DONE! g
Can be done both in a pot and a small earthenware dish.

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