How to cook buckwheat in bags
Products for 2 servings of 150 grams each
Buckwheat – 1 sachet (usual weight 80-100 grams)
Water – 1.5 liters
Butter – 1 tablespoon
Salt – 4 pinches
How to cook
- Pour one and a half liters of water into the pan, cover with a lid and bring to a boil.
- After boiling, put a bag of cereal in water and salt – the edge of the bag should be slightly higher than the water.
- Reduce fire to minimum.
- Cook for 10-15 minutes without a lid.
- Using a fork, transfer the bag of buckwheat into a colander or sieve and let the excess water drain. If the bag has a cold edge, then you can take it with your fingers.
- Cut open the bag and put the cereal on a plate.
- Add butter to cereal.
Cooking buckwheat in bags allows you to save time on such moments as washing the cereal, removing vegetable debris from it and distributing the cereal into portions. Also, after cooking cereals in bags, a busy hostess will not have to spend time washing the pan.
Milk porridge can also be cooked in bags. First, boil the cereal in a small amount of water for a few minutes, and then add water, but it is better to boil two or three servings at once to make the most of the used milk.
To cook porridge, cereals need to be cooked a little longer, until completely boiled – about 20 minutes.
The amount of liquid should be such that the water covers the bag for 1 – 2 fingers.
To save time, water can be pre-boiled in a kettle.
While buckwheat is being cooked, you can quickly make a topping for it by frying onions, carrots, bell peppers or mushrooms.
Buckwheat is rich in manganese, which has a positive effect on the growth and function of the gonads.