What to do with a barbaris

Confiture of barbaris

You will need:
– 250 g of barbaris berries;
– 2 apples; –
320 g of sugar;
– 1 tbsp of water.

For an extra touch of flavour, lemon juice can be added to the confiture.

Wash the barbaris, fold into a saucepan, pour water and cook for half an hour. After that, transfer the berries into a mixer and turn into a puree. Strain the puree, and add the sugar and chopped with quarters peeled apples to the juice. Cook it all together for another hour. Pour the finished mixture over sterilized banks.

Lamb meatballs with barbaris

You will need:
– 400 g lambs;
– 2 tbsp barbaris berries;
– 2 tbsp boiled rice;
– 1 tbsp flour;
– 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon;
– 1 egg;
– 100 g natural yogurt;
– 1 lemon;
– 20 g butter;
– 1 tsp sugar;
– 2 tbsp olive oil;
– salt and freshly ground black pepper.

This recipe is also suitable for mixed-minced beef and pork meatballs.

Wash the barbaris and soak for half an hour in cold water, then discuss the berries. In a frying pan, heat the butter, put the barberry and sugar in there and cook, stirring, for 10 minutes.

Meat scroll through the grinder. In a separate container mix it with flour, rice, yoghurt, in the same place smash the egg and add the juice of half the lemon. Stir the minced meat, salt, pepper, add cinnamon and barberry with sugar to it. Form small balls from minced meat. In a frying pan, heat the olive oil and fry the balls in it for 5 minutes. After that, add the juice of the remaining half of the lemon, 50ml of water and cook the dish for another 15 minutes. Serve meatballs with green salad and sauce formed when preparing the dish.

Cookies with nuts and barbaris

You will need:

– 2 eggs; – 2 tbsp water;
– 180 g butter;
– 2 tsp lemon juice;
– 1 tsp vanilla sugar;
– 180 g sugar sand
– 40 g brown sugar
– 300 g flour
– 1 tbsp yeast
– 120 g shredded nuts
– 110 dried barbaris berries.

Mix the flour, yeast and nuts. Whisk the eggs with the sugar, then add the softened butter and lemon juice to them. Flush out the mass until it is homogeneous enough. Enter the flour with nuts into the mixture and then the barbaris berries. Remove the resulting dough in the fridge for 2 hours. After that, roll it out and cut a round biscuit out of it. Put the cookies on an oiled baking tray, sprinkle with brown sugar, in a few places pierced the dough with a fork and then bake in a preheated oven for 15 minutes. Ready cookies served with tea, coffee or hot wine.

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