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Barley and pindjur stew

To prepare this dish, you’ll need a deep casserole dish that can be used for both stove- and oven-cooking.
Chop the onion into thin slices and braise it lightly in pre-heated oil. Add all ingredients except parsley, then add slices of dried tomatoes, cubes of fresh tomatoes, and large chunks of carrot.

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Seared pasta with lenten ajvar and lentil sauce

We are all fans of crispy oven-seared pasta, but this particular juicy and really simple version is a real feast for all senses. The main ingredient is lenten lentil Bolognese sauce with the addition of authentic home-made ajvar. You can also sneak in and sear with this sauce any type of vegetable or cheese which you have at hand, but this is optional. It will taste great anyway.

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Shakushuka with olive oil ajvar

Shakushuka is a dish that resembles our satarash. The traditional recipe uses almost identical ingredients and what makes it different from our satarash is the way eggs are prepared, which are poached in a thick aromatic sauce, so that they remain whole and absorb all the wonderful flavors of vegetables and give the dish a beautiful appearance.

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Spring bowl with rizzi bizzi rice, avocado, vegetables and seeds

These meals are cooked quickly and easily, and each portion of the meal may be simply packed to take for all those occasions when you need tasty and healthy lunch outside your home. We have prepared them here as an inspiration in two different forms, and we let you continue to play with flavors, scents and colors that, in addition to enjoying the snack, surely bring good mood.

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