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Video: Borscht With Meat In A Slow Cooker - A Recipe With A Photo Step By Step
2023 Author: Catherine Crossman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:19
It's easy to cook borscht with meat in a slow cooker. And the result is almost like from a Russian oven!
Water - 3 l
Beef brisket - 0.5 kg
Beets - 1 pc.
Carrots - 1 pc.
Bulb onions - 1-2 pcs.
Potatoes - 0.5 kg
Bulgarian pepper - 1-2 pcs.
Tomato paste - 2-3 tablespoons
Tomatoes - 3-4 pcs.
Cabbage - 200 g
Garlic - 2-3 cloves
Bay leaf - 2 pcs.
Allspice - 3-4 pcs.
Pepper peas - 3-4 pcs.
Seasonings (paprika, for borscht) - to taste
Vegetable oil - for frying
Salt to taste
Greens (parsley, dill) - a small bunch
- 90 kcal
- 3 hours
- 3 hours
Photo of the finished dish
Step by step recipe with photo
Cooking borscht is creativity. Each housewife has her own recipe for the signature borscht. They say that borscht cooked in a multicooker tastes like borscht cooked in a Russian oven. Unfortunately, I have not tried this soup cooked in a Russian oven, but I can definitely say that it came out very tasty in a slow cooker.
Prepare the food you need.
Cut the brisket into small pieces. Turn the multicooker to the "Fry" mode and fry the meat in vegetable oil for 20 minutes, turning occasionally.
Cover the meat with water. Put in the whole onion. Close the lid of the multicooker. Turn on the "Soup" mode and cook for 1.5-2 hours.
Peel the beets, carrots and potatoes. Grate the carrots and beets on a coarse grater.
Cut the potatoes into small cubes.
Cut the bell pepper in half. Remove seeds and cut into strips.
Place the beets, carrots, potatoes and bell peppers in a multicooker bowl and continue cooking in the Soup mode for another 1 hour.
Chop the cabbage and add it to the multicooker bowl as well.
5 minutes before cooking, add tomato paste, tomatoes twisted or chopped in a blender, bay leaves, allspice and hot peppers, garlic passed through a press and seasonings to taste into the borscht. Salt.
Chop the greens. Add it to borsch at the very last minute.
They say that the longer the borscht costs, the tastier it is. This does not apply to borscht cooked in a multicooker, since it is delicious right away. Serve with sour cream, garlic, and black bread.
Enjoy your meal!