Rocket/arugula salata. Roka salata: greek rocket (arugula) salad. That's the Greek word for arugula. Anytime I heard "Roka" I couldn't help but sing. Узнать причину. Закрыть.
Its succulent dark-green leaves are an excellent source of antioxidants, minerals, and vitamins. Vahşi Eruca sativa/Arugula/salata roket/rucola/rusalad/rugula/colewort/roquette tohumları büyüyen için. Tedarik edebiliriz Ekiminiz için her türlü çin sebze tohumu. You can have Rocket/arugula salata using 13 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Rocket/arugula salata
- It’s of Rocket.
- You need of Eggplant.
- You need of Haloumi cheese.
- It’s of Pine nuts.
- It’s of Mushroom.
- You need of Tomato.
- Prepare of Beetroots.
- You need of Parmesan cheese.
- It’s of Dressing:.
- Prepare of Lemon juice.
- You need of Olive oil.
- Prepare of White vinegar.
- You need of Salt and black pepper.
Arugula and Rocket salad are synonymous, and they have mutual synonyms. DIRECTIONS. get some fresh rocket leaves and place in a salad bowl. mix together very small quantities of finest quality ex virgin olive oil. This is my attempt to copy roka salata from Cyma. Good to know: Roka means rocket in english which is another term for arugula , a bitter salad green; Salata is of course salad.
Rocket/arugula salata step by step
- Wash all the said vegestables (rocket,tomato) and cut it..
- Cut the eggplant like hand and fried. And cut also the mushroom..
- Slice the haloumie cheese and grill it til become brown..
- Fried the pine nuts..
- Mix in one bowl. Then pit the sauce and mix well before serve..
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