How do I make that? (Recipes)



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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. victoria burachec
    Jan 13, 2011 @ 11:49:16

    hey girl, thought you might like this, it’s totally easy, it’s kind of moldovian with a twist. very simple, fast, comfy food!

    polenta or cornmeal
    italian garlic and herb (dry or bottled fresh)
    tomatoe paste
    cheese (of choice)
    spinach (fresh)
    salty feta cheese (moldovian or greek)
    salt and pepper

    in a medium pot, fill 1/2 with water, bring to boit, add cornmeal(polenta) “na glaz” continue stirring with medium heat until you will see the texture thickening. add butter to your liking, salt and pepper and add italian garlic and herb, mix in cheeese of choice. after it is like a mush let harden on the sides and be semi soft in the middle. you can then spoon it on a plate or add the ingredients directly unto the pan: tomatoe paste, fresh spinach and crumble feta cheese on top. ! great with chicken or fish on the side!


    • Kristina
      Jan 13, 2011 @ 13:40:55

      Wow. Looks very easy to make and delicious. Thanks Vicka. I love trying new recipes. Is this something that you learned to make here or your family made for years?


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