Can I cook vegetables for a vinaigrette in one pot? How to make them all cooked at the same time?
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Answered on December 9, 2014 10:44 PM
No you can not! Vegetables for vinaigrette are cooked only in different pans, since the time for their preparation requires different. But the main thing to cook separately beets. If put together in potatoes and carrots, they will be painted in the color of beets. Anyway, darken it for sure. You can cook carrots and potatoes together. And beets only separately. To quickly cook the beets it is necessary to boil for half an hour and then cool under cold running water. And be sure to cook all the vegetables on the salad in the peel!
Answered on December 9, 2014 23:11
Well, here opinions diverge! My mother and grandmother always cook vegetables for a vinaigrette in one pan! And I do that! If you cook the vegetables in the peel, then nothing will stain! Well, personally, I never paint))) How to cook vegetables? very simple! But at the same time they will never cook)) First, put the beets, then the potatoes and carrots. Well, even if they are painted, well, nothing terrible will happen. You can check the vegetables, whether they are boiled or not - just poke them with a fork. If the plug is not included - not yet ready. And I would advise you to add sauerkraut, lightly salted cucumbers to the salad and fill with linseed oil! :)
Answered on April 8 21:31
I also cook in the peel and in one pan.