Solyanka In A Slow Cooker, Recipe With Photo

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Solyanka In A Slow Cooker, Recipe With Photo
Solyanka In A Slow Cooker, Recipe With Photo

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Chicken leg - 1-2 pcs.

Onions - 2 pcs.

Carrots - 1 pc.

Potatoes - 1-2 pcs.

Water - 2 l

Bay leaf - 1-2 pcs.

Allspice - 3-6 pcs.

Tomato paste - 4-6 tablespoons

Pickled cucumbers - 300-500 g

Hunting sausages - 200-300 g

Salt to taste

Ground black and red pepper - to taste

Olives - 0.5 cans

Capers - 1-2 pinches (to taste)

Vegetable oil - optional

Lemon - 2-3 slices (to taste)

Ground coriander - 1-2 tsp

Paprika - 1 tsp

Ground cumin - 1 tsp

Hops-suneli - 2-3 pinches (to taste)

Fresh greens to taste

Sour cream - optional, for serving

  • 75 kcal
  • 1 hour
  • 1 hour

Photo of the finished dish

Step by step recipe with photo

Hearty, fragrant, warming hodgepodge is an excellent option for a first course for the cool season. The version of the hodgepodge that I want to offer you today is a hodgepodge in a slow cooker in chicken broth with chicken and hunting sausages.

For the first time I cooked this hodgepodge on a whim - collecting everything that was in the refrigerator at that time. There was no particular desire to stand at the stove, and I loaded all the ingredients into the multicooker. For me it was a pure gamble, because I was much more familiar with the traditional hodgepodge in rich meat broth. The result exceeded all my expectations and so pleased my household that I had to urgently write down the recipe and repeat the hodgepodge again, but in much larger volumes. Fortunately, in terms of calorie content, it is much more figure-friendly than the traditional versions.

Try and you cook a fragrant rich hodgepodge in a slow cooker. Perhaps this light version of the chicken broth hodgepodge will appeal to you too ?!

Prepare ingredients according to the list.

For broth: pour 1.5-2 liters of cold water over the chicken. Add one or two bay leaves, a cut onion, a few allspice peas, and a couple of carrot slices. Bring to a boil and simmer over low heat for 30-40 minutes.

To thicken the soup, after 10-15 minutes, I add diced potatoes to the boiling broth.

In the meantime, prepare the rest of the ingredients. Chop the onion, pickles and grate the carrots.

Add the onion to the multicooker bowl. Fry in the "Fry" mode for 5-7 minutes, until golden brown.

Add the carrots and continue to fry for another 5-7 minutes.

Add tomato paste and stir fry for another 10 minutes. Add tomato paste based on its taste. If the paste is sufficiently concentrated - 3-4 tablespoons, or a little more if the taste of tomatoes is poorly expressed.

Add chopped pickles to the mixture of vegetables and tomatoes and stir fry for another 5 minutes.

Add chicken pieces and chopped smoked sausages. Mix everything well and fry for another 5-7 minutes. I use chicken broth and smoked "Jaeger" sausages.

Pour in prepared chicken broth with potato slices. Add a handful of chopped olives. I also add a few pinches of capers, but this is possible. Add a pinch of salt, red and black ground pepper.

Switch the multicooker to the "Soup" mode and cook the hodgepodge for 30 minutes.

After 30 minutes, add spices - ground cumin and coriander, paprika and a few whispers of hops-suneli. Sprinkle the hodgepodge with fresh herbs, add a couple of lemon slices, more olives, and capers if desired.

Solyanka in a slow cooker in chicken broth is ready! You can serve!

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