Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Carne de vitel in sos vanatoresc (Veal in Hunter's Sauce)

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            Desi nu ma omor prea tare dupa carnea de vita in general, sunt cateva retete pe care le prepar destul de des si care au ramas preferate dupa multi ani de zile. Varianta aceasta de a prepara carnea de vita este deosebit de delicioasa, similara ca aroma cu Boeuf Bourguignon (postata anterior de mine), dar mai buna zic eu, probabil pentru ca e mai "light" putin :)  Sper sa va placa daca o incercati si sa devina o favorita si in familia voastra!

Ingrediente:          

       700 g carne vitel
       2 morcovi mari
       1 patrunjel radacina (eu nu am avut acum)
       1/4 telina
       2 cepe
       1/2 ardei rosu mare
       1 rosie
       2 catei usturoi
       150 ml vin rosu
       2 lingurite pasta tomate
       3 foi dafin
       sare, piper


Cum se face:


Spalam carnea, o taiem bucati si o punem la fiert intr-o oala cu apa sarata la foc mic, avand grija sa luam spuma de pe carne.


Intre timp spalam si curatam zarzavatul si tocam marunt ceapa, morcovul (puteti taia niste rondele de decor), patrunjelul, telina, ardeiul, rosia si le dam deoparte.


Cand carnea e fiarta, o strecuram, pastrand supa.
Intr-o cratita punem 2 linguri de ulei si punem carnea la prajit pt 10 secunde.


Adaugam zarzavatul tocat si lasam sa se prajeasca impreuna timp de 10 minute, amestecand din cand in cand.


Dupa 10 minute, punem rosiile, pasta de tomate si completam cu supa de carne pastrata, pana cand depaseste putin carnea. Adaugam sare si lasam sa fiarba acoperit la foc mic, pana cand legumele sunt moi.


 Cand legumele sunt aproape fierte, adaugam vinul, usturoiul zdrobit, sare, piper, foile de dafin si lasam sa fiarba inca vreo 5 minute la foc mic, fara capac.


Lasam sa se raceasca putin si servim cu cartofi piure, orez sau paste dupa preferinta, alaturi de un pahar de vin rosu :) Bon appetit!


Daca vreti un sos mai gros, puteti adauga o lingura de faina sau il puteti pasa de asemenea.


Mai de aproape...carnea e frageda si aromata, iar legumele sunt o nebunie!!!



English version


        I'm not a huge fan of beef meat in general, but there are a couple of recipes that I prepare often and which remained my favorites after a long time. This way of preparing beef or veal is delicious, similar to the flavour that Boeuf Bourguignon has (previously posted by me) but even better if I might add, probably because it's "lighter" :) I hope you enjoy it if you try it and maybe it'll become one of your family's favorites as well!


Ingredients:             

       700 g veal (or tender beef meat)
       2 big carrots
       1 parsley root (I didn't have any this time)
       1/4 of a celery root
       2 onions
       1/2 big red pepper
       1 tomato
       2 garlic cloves
       150 ml red wine
       2 tablespoons tomato paste
       3 bay leaves
       salt, pepper


How it's made:

We wash the meat, we cut it in smaller pieces and we cook it in a pot with salted water on low heat, making sure we remove the foam from the meat.
Meanwhile we wash, peel and chop the onion, carrots (you can cut some slices for decorating if you want), celery, pepper, and tomato, and leave them aside.
When the meat is cooked, we drain the meat and keep the soup.
In a large pot we heat up 2 tablespoons of oil and we fry the meat for 10 seconds.
We add the chopped vegetables and we fry them all together for 10 minutes, stirring often.
After 10 minutes we add the tomatoes and the tomato paste and we pour soup (the one we kept) until it reaches above the meat, we add some salt and we let them cook covered on low heat.
When the vegetables are almost done, we remove the lid, and we add the crushed garlic, the bay leaves, spices and we pour the wine. We stir and let it cook for another 5 minutes on low heat.
We leave it to cool down and we serve with smashed potatoes, plain cooked rice or pasta as a side dish.
Bon appetit!
If you would like a thicker sauce you can add a tablespoon of flour or blend the vegetables to obtain a cream.


                               

19 comments:

  1. Yes, I like it! The sauce is so rich and the veggies look just delicious!

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  2. Alina, This looks delicious! Your stews always remind me of home. I love how detailed you are with your recipes.
    By the way, your baked rice pudding looks so pretty ...I've never tried it before, but it sounds delicious with the raspberries.
    Have a wonderful day!

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  3. Guvi, thank you so much, it's a delicious dish, hope you'll try it! Have a great day!

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  4. Thank you Ellie for the nice compliment, I totally love stews and I would make one every day if they were more healthy :) Regarding the details, I guess the posts are really long with all the pictures, but I think it's helpful for beginners like me :)
    Rice pudding is a classic, you should give it a try!
    Thank you for your visit and have a lovely day!

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  5. preferata sotului,al trimit la tine la masa...pupp!!!!arata tare bine!!!

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  6. Favorita mea :) Intotdeauna o placere sa o savurez. Iar piure-ul de cartofi... mmmm delicious! :) A nu se uita paharul de vin rosu!

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  7. orice mancarica cu sos si carnita e preferata mea!

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  8. I love beef stew like yours. I'm my family will loves it if I'm going to cook it. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. Mirela, e si una din preferatele sotului meu, dupa cum vezi la comments :) te-as invita cu drag la mine la o portie!

    Stiu cat iti place dragul meu, mai facem curand, neaparat cu vin rosu langa :)

    Craita, e delicioasa, neaparat sa o incerci

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  10. Anncoo, you should try it, it's delicious and your family will love it! thank you for stopping by, I love your blog!

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  11. It looks like my kind of comfort food!

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  12. Of, complicat pt mine cu vitelul asta....
    dar arata foarte bine...

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  13. Alice crede-ma ca e tare simplu de facut si merita sa o incerci, e delicios!

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  14. OMG, ce pofta mi-ai facut !! Pai diseara stiu ce fac la cina. :) Pup :*:*

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  15. Ana Maria, e delicioasa carnea de vitel preparata asa, plus ca daca e frageda, nu dureaza mult pana fierbe :) Sper sa iti placa! Te pup si iti doresc un weekend minunat :*

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  16. Salut,

    Am intrat pe blog-ul dvs. si ne-a placut foarte mult - aveti retete culinare delicioase YUM!!! YUM!!!
    Ne-am bucura sa va avem in familia Petitchef

    Am fi incantati daca ati dori sa adaugati blog-ul dvs. la http://ro.petitchef.com astfel incat utilizatorii nostri, cat si noi, sa ne putem bucura de retetele dvs.

    Petitchef este un portal frantuzesc bazat pe retete culinare. Cateva sute de blog-uri sunt deja inscrise si beneficiaza de expunere pe Petitchef.

    Pentru a adauga blog-ul dvs. la http://ro.petitchef.com puteti folosi http://ro.petitchef.com/?obj=front&action=site_ajout_form sau puteti merge la http://ro.petitchef.com si dati click pe "Adauga blog-ul tau".

    Toate cele bune,

    Vincent
    Petitchef

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  17. Tare apetisant.
    Ce-mi place cum va completati unul pe celalalt.
    O duminica placuta!

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  18. Maria iti multumesc de vizita si sper sa incerci reteta, e foarte buna! O duminica frumoasa iti doresc de asemenea si o noua saptamana insorita!

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