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Legume coapte in otet / Fried veggies with vinegar

E sambata dimineata. Aceste dimineti erau preferatele mele in copilarie. Toata vara mi-o petreceam la bunica intr-o libertate absoluta, alaturi de ea, de cele 7 gaini ale ei si alaturi de catelul Tarzan, cel mai drag prieten al meu. De vineri seara tatal meu venea si el la bunica aducand un pepene imens, vinete, ardei si alte bunatati de vara. Planul era déjà prestabilit. Urma ca sambata dimineata sa ne trezim devreme dimineata si sa mergem la padure, care era la 50 de metrii de noi. In padure era un paradis, ciuperci, fragi, iepuri urecheati care fugeau alergati de Tarzan, pasarele si racoare. Ne plimbam ore intregi adunand fragi, mure si ciuperci dar si crengi uscate cazute din copaci sa putem gati cu ele. Odata intorsi acasa coceam pe soba veche din bucataria de vara ciupercute ardei si vinete, faceam o salata mare de rosii cu ceapa si castravete si ne bucuram de compania fiecaruia. Ador aceste amintiri caci desi sunt nascuta noaptea tarziu, dintotdeauna diminetile devreme de vara au fost preferatele mele. Iata asadar un mic omagiu adus acelor dimineti cu aceasta reteta extraordinar de simpla.

  • Luati vreo 7, 8 ardei
  • O vanata, doua
  • Si niste branza

Puneti pe gratar, daca nu aveti plita afara, ardeii intregi si vinetele ori intregi ori taiate rondele.

copt 2

Cand s-au copt, le luati de pe gratar, le lasati sa isi traga sufletul 2, 3 minute, si le curatati de coaja. Puneti ardeii intr-un castron si peste ei puneti dupa gust putin ulei, cam 2 linguri, putin otet, tot cam asa si sare pt gust. Daca ati copt vinetele intregi, le tocati marunt cu un cutiti de paine si le amestecati ca o salata cu ceapa, sare si ulei, daca le-ati facut rondele, le lasati asa.

copt 1

Se pun toate pe o farfurie alaturi de niste cas, si cu o rosie dolofana langa ele v-ati incropit dragii mei, mancare pt suflet.

Pofta mare!

English version:

It’s Saturday morning. These were my favorite childhood mornings. All summer I used to spend it at my grandmother’s in an absolute freedom, with her, her 7 chickens and the dog, Tarzan, my dearest friend. Friday afternoon my dad came too at grandma’s bringing a huge watermelon, eggplant, peppers and other summer goodies. The plan was already preset. The following Saturday morning we would wake up early in the morning and go into the forest, which was 50 meters from us. In the woods there was a paradise, mushrooms, strawberries, eared rabbits fleeing from Tarzan, walkways and cool. We walked for hours gathering wild strawberries, blackberries and mushrooms, fallen branches from the trees so we can cook with them.

Once back home we baked on the old summer kitchen stove the mushrooms peppers and eggplant, we made a great tomato salad with onion and cucumber and enjoy the company of everyone. I love those memories because although I was born late at night, early summer mornings have always been my favorites. So here’s a small tribute to those mornings with this extraordinary simple recipe.

  • Take 7, 8 peppers
  • an eggplant or two
  • and some cheese

Place on a grill, if you don’t have a hob outside, the washed whole peppers and eggplants in whole or sliced. When they mature, take them from the grill, let them draw their soul 2, 3 minutes, and peel them. Place the peppers in a bowl and put over them some oil, about 2 tablespoons, some vinegar and salt for all to get tasteful. If you have baked the eggplant in whole, chop them finely with a bread knife and toss it like a salad with onion, salt and oil but if you made rings, let them as such to be eaten. Place all on a plate with some cheese, and a chubby tomato next to them and my dears you’ve just improvised food for the soul.

Enjoy!

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