How to fry oil with onions
Fried butterfish is a very popular, tasty and hearty dish. It is prepared very quickly and simply, and at the same time the variety in application is huge. It can be a snack or a side dish, complement salads and soups, sandwiches and julienne.
In the process of roasting, various vegetable or meat ingredients are added together with various spices. Such a dish can even be frozen for the winter. The classic and basic recipe for cooking butter is to fry them with onions.
Selection and preparation of ingredients
The butterflies on their hat accumulate a huge amount of forest debris and sand. The top film is sticky, so this garbage is not enough to wash off with water.
Important! The upper film is very coloring the skin of the hands, so it is recommended to carry out cleaning with gloves.
It will be correct to clean it, otherwise the dish may give a bitter taste and burn in a pan. The film is very easily removed with a knife, then the mushrooms are very simply washed under running water, leaving no debris at all.
Cooking fried butter with onions
3-4 servings30 min.
Nutritional value per 100 g:
- Clean the oil from the upper film, then rinse well under running water.
- Dice the mushrooms.
- Prepared slices must either be boiled, or boiled in a pan. For boiling, it is necessary to boil mushroom preparations in salted water for 5–7 minutes.
- If they are evaporated, then it is necessary to hold the mushrooms in a dry frying pan at low heat until liquid is released from them.
- Then add heat to evaporate all the moisture. Boiled mushrooms will be light in color, and boiled mushrooms will be brighter.
- Dice the onions and under a closed lid, strain in a frying pan until transparent.
- Then add mushrooms to the onion.
- After 5-7 minutes the lid can be opened and cooked until golden. Oil cans are very tasty and fragrant. This is a ready-made independent dish, it can be served with boiled potatoes or with pea puree.
Did you know? Oil was sown on the territory of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in order to reduce the level of radiation. In tropical conditions, they feed on ants and midges, dissolving them in their mucus.
Mushrooms prepared in this way can become part of a more complex dish, for example, a pie filling or an ingredient for soup.