Tin kale with ginger and honey

  • Time 1 hour
  • Servings 4 People
  • 1 We'll take a little cabbage swing. Mine, I always do that, and amateurs don't wash, they'll just take off the top leaves. Slow down and across the thin straw. We put it in the dish and me, we'll need some juice.
  • 2 We're sending ginger and carrots to the mine. Read both.
  • 3 We're smashing up 100 ml of water. I'll never put dryfruit in warm water. Don't let them down in advance. Even a very dry raisin will wake up fast enough in the water of the room temperature.
  • 4 Three carrots in the middle terrace. Put it in the dishes.
  • 5 The ginger can be released through the press, and this time I lost it right into a mixture of cabbage and carrots, and the residues fell to the raisins while he was smashing.
  • 6 We're adding a urine.
  • 7 Coon oil, pepper salt.
  • 8 We'll get the pancake, better with the fat walls, and who has a cartoon can use it. It's easier to put in a cart for an hour.
  • 9 We're adding a drop of slurry oil to the heated pancake, planting vegetables and pouring 50 ml.P.P.P.P. Toss up to a weak fire for about 30 minutes if the cabbage doesn't provide enough juice, add some water. It's important not to overthrow, or it'll be soup.
  • 10 To serve with honey, and I'm going to the copper to add a bucket of nuts.
Nutrition Facts
  • Calories 260
  • Total Fat 9,6 g
  • Protein 6 g
  • Total Carbohydrate 260 g
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