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Ful in a pot

Ful in a pot


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Ingredients for cooking pot in a pot

  1. Round rye bread (roll) 4 pieces.
  2. Red flat haricot full beans 12 tablespoons.
  3. Premium wheat flour 4 tablespoons.
  4. Onion 2 pieces.
  5. Butter 1-2 tablespoons.
  6. Pickled peppers 2 pieces.
  7. Garlic 4 cloves.
  8. Greens a couple of twigs.
  9. Olive oil to taste
  10. Salt to taste.
  • Main ingredients: Beans, Bread
  • Serving 4 servings
  • World Cuisine

Inventory:

Pan, Large pan, Small pan, Cutting board, Knife, Grater, Wooden spatula for stirring, Cooker, Oven, Spoon

Cooking Fula in a pot:

Step 1: soak the beans.

In its method of preparation, this soup is very different from the usual and quite familiar way of making bean soups. So, first we take the beans, wash them under running water and soak them in a deep pan covered with water on 8 ocloc'k. Then drain the remaining water and rinse it in a colander. We take the pan, pour some water there, salt the water and put the beans. Cook beans in a pan with a lid closed 40 minutes.

Step 2: prepare the passer.

We take the pan, put on moderate heat and add the butter to the pan. In a couple of minutes it will become completely melted. Take the onion, cut it in half rings on the board and then put in melted butter. Three garlic on a fine grater, and pickled pepper cut into strips on a board. Add garlic and pepper to the onion in a pan and fry everything over low heat until half-cooked. It will take you 4-6 minutes. Meanwhile, fry the flour in a small pan 4 minutes, for this, pour olive oil into a pan and pour flour. When pouring flour into the hot - you need to constantly stir everything with a spatula or spoon, otherwise the flour will take a lump. The flour will be fried - if it completely absorbs the butter and takes on a slightly brownish color. Before our beans are cooked in the pan for good, we will need to add our sauté, well-fried flour, add a little salt to the pan, pepper with black ground pepper to taste and add a little finely chopped parsley. Now mix everything thoroughly in a saucepan and cook more 5-8 minutes until our beans are finally ready.

Step 3: prepare pots and soup.

The most interesting thing in this recipe is the serving of our delicious soup: it is served not on a plate, but exclusively in a bread pot. How to make it? This unusual pot is made quite simply: we take a round brown bread bought in advance, carefully cut a small “lid”, that is, we cut out the top of it and through this hole we clean out all the flesh inside the bread with a spoon. That's it, now our dishes are ready, and we just have to pour our soup in there, cover everything from above with a lid of bread and put on a pallet in a pre-warmed up 180-200 degrees oven on 5-7 minutes.

Step 4: serve the ful in a pot.

This dish is served directly from the oven, still hot and in pots of bread. In addition, this dish is very hearty. After you eat it, some laziness appears directly in the whole body and for about half an hour you don’t even want to stir anything - all the vitality goes to digest it. But how delicious it is! Try it and you won’t regret it! Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - soaking the beans at night, remember that in the morning it will swell and even increase several times. Therefore, pour the beans very high and put them overnight in a rather deep bowl.

- - instead of fresh beans, you can try making this dish from canned red beans. Thus, it will take you even less time to prepare the dish.

- - You can get additional pleasure if you swallow the soup and use your spoon to scrape the inner walls of this pot-bread.

- - You can cook this soup the day before. After a little standing and insisting, he will only gain even more in taste. Before serving, you just have to prepare the "pots" of rye bread and heat the soup in them using the oven. What is not a great option for a great family dinner?