Vegetable Buckwheat Pilaf

Vegetable Buckwheat Pilaf




10 min


20 min


for 4 people


10 minutes


20 minutes


  • 100 grams of mushroom
  • 1 medium carrot
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • 3 tablespoons margarine
  • 1 water glass of buckwheat
  • 2 cups of water
  • 1 tea spoon salt
  • 1 tea spoon black pepper

Cooking Advice

You can increase or decrease the amount of salt you want in the cooking phase of your rice, so you can cook it. You can cook vegetables and buckwheat together.

How is it prepared?

  1. Take the buckwheat on a strainer and wash it well. Then take the edge to drain the excess water.

  2. Take a margarine of 2 tablespoons into a saucepan. Transfer the overdose of buckwheat on top and roast for a few minutes.

  3. Add salt, pepper and water on it. Breathe the water in the middle and cook until the buckwheat softens.

  4. When it is well pounded, take it out of the heat and let it bred.

  5. Peel the shells of the carrot and chop them into tiny cubes.

  6. Slice the fungus thinly. Peel and crush the garlic shells.

  7. Take margarine as much as 1 tablespoon into a ceiling and start by adding carrots and garlic.

  8. Then take the mushrooms on. When the carrots are soft and all vegetables are well pounded, take them out of the heat.

  9. Add vegetables on the dumpling buckwheat. Mix well and serve.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it Dried Beans as well: Rice Pilaf Tane Tane Casting: Eggplant Bulgur Pilavı Abundant Salad, Peppered: Meyhane Rice Otherwise: Chicken Rice


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