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The semolina is prepared in the same way as semolina is made with milk but a little more consistent.

Remove from the heat and spread on a tray 2-3 cm thick. After it cools, cut it into slices. Beat the eggs, add a little cinnamon. The semolina pieces are put through the egg and fried.

Serve with honey.


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Ingredient:

700g brain
2 eggs
Flour
biscuit
Salt and pepper to taste
Frying oil

Method of preparation:
We put the brain in a saucepan with water and leave it for about 2 hours, until the blood comes out of it. After 2 hours we wash it and put it in a strainer, drained.

After it has drained, we can move it to a bowl.

In a saucepan put salted water, add the brain and cook for about 10 minutes. If in the meantime foam forms in the pot in which it boils, remove it with a whisk.

After boiling, take the brain out of the water and let it drain in a strainer.

We take each piece of brain separately, place them nicely on a flat plate and powder them with a little salt.

In a plate, break 2 eggs, salt and pepper to taste, then beat them well with a fork.


In other plates, separately, put flour and breadcrumbs.

When we have everything ready, we take a piece of brain, we put it in flour on both sides.

We put the brain through the egg.

Then through the breadcrumbs.

After that, we fry the brain, on both sides, until it is nicely browned, in a pan with a little hot oil.

After they have browned enough, we take out the brain pieces on a plate in which we put an absorbent napkin, in order to drain the excess oil. We can serve it both hot and cold, with a few slices of lemon or with any garnish. It's a delicious recipe.





Ingredients Fluffy semolina dumplings for soup

  • 1 or
  • 1 quantity of large-grained wheat semolina that weighs exactly as much as the whole egg (60 gram egg = & gt 60 grams semolina)
  • 1 pinch of salt
  • soup for boiling dumplings (for dumplings from one egg & # 8211 enough for 4 servings & # 8211 reach 1 liter of soup)

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Fluffy semolina dumplings for soup & # 8211 step by step recipe (printable) & # 8211 composition preparation

1. Weigh the whole egg. Weigh a quantity of semolina with a mass equal to that of the weighed egg.

2. The egg is broken in a bowl. No need to separate. Sprinkle with salt and beat the egg with a fork until liquefied. Add the semolina in the rain while stirring constantly. A mollusk composition will be obtained, which will still flow. Cover the bowl with a lid or cling film and let it rest for 10-15 minutes.

3. Meanwhile, heat the soup in which the dumplings will be boiled. The dumplings can also be boiled in water, but they will be faded, tasteless. Gray will absorb water instead of tasty soup, so we can't expect too tasty dumplings if the liquid in which they are cooked is not itself tasty.

4. After the rest time has passed, the composition for semolina dumplings has hardened. If we break a piece with a spoon, it will keep its shape well.

Boil semolina dumplings

5. It's time to put the dumplings to boil, in the soup that needs to barely stir, to boil without boiling. With the spoon or teaspoon always soaked in cold water, break the oval pieces from the composition and let them fall into the soup. When forming the dumplings, keep in mind that they grow a lot when boiled. From about ¼ of the spoon of the composition will come out some huge dumplings like the ones in the pictures. If you want them smaller, it is better to form them with a teaspoon.

6. Boil the dumplings on low heat for 5 minutes, then turn gently with a spoon on the other side. Boil the same, without boiling, for another 5 minutes, then turn off the heat and cover the pot with the lid. Set aside for 10-15 minutes, during which time they will absorb a lot of soup and grow nicely.

Serve immediately, with hot soup, possibly add the pieces of carrots to the plate and sprinkle with chopped green parsley.


The spaces between each column / row are called gaps.

You can adjust the gap size by using one of the following properties:

Example

The grid-column-gap property sets the gap between the columns:

Example

The grid-row-gap property sets the gap between the rows:

Example

The grid-gap property is a shorthand property for the grid-row-gap and the grid-column-gap properties:

Example

The grid-gap property can also be used to set both the row gap and the column gap in one value:


SPECIAL BREAD

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Chocolate cream


Ingredient: 250 g dark chocolate (minimum 70% cocoa), 200 ml sweet cream (32%), 50 g butter.
Preparation: break the chocolate pieces into a bowl and add the butter (at room temperature). Put the cream in a saucepan on the fire, and when it reaches the boiling point, pour it over the chocolate and butter. Stir gently with a spoon and set aside for 7-10 minutes. It is then beaten with a whisk until it becomes uniform and dense. Keep cold for a few hours or even overnight. Then grease the pancakes with it and fold. They can be served as such or with cream on top.

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I have to admit that I'm a big fan of brainwashing, but I rarely cook it. That's because I can't find a fresh brain. I have to go to the private Tal butcher in Bujac to stock up on this delicacy. In supermarkets there are huge blocks (1 kg) of frozen brain which, after thawing, break into dozens of pieces. From these you can not make breaded brains but only brains with onions (in the pan) or other dishes that do not involve beautiful pieces.

Breaded bread is a simple but very tasty dish. As the name suggests, it has a reddish, golden and crunchy crust composed of 3 layers: flour, egg and breadcrumbs. There is NO bread without breadcrumbs (bread = bread in Latin lb.). Flour + egg or pancake dough does not mean bread. In addition, this crumb crust creates a barrier against soaking the dishes with oil from the pan. You will see below how to properly fry meat, vegetables or breaded cheeses.

From the quantities below it results approx. 6 servings of bread crumbs in crispy crust. It can be served as an appetizer (hot snack) or as a main course.


Components

If your grid is set to a UTM coordinate system, additional components for MGRS Grids are available.

These components are managed on the Components tab of the Format Map Grid pane.

Due to the dynamic nature of grids, there are limitations on modifying components. If you cannot achieve the necessary grid configuration by modifying the component properties, consider converting the grid to graphics and modifying the resulting graphics.

To add a component, click the Add button and select from the list of available components. To remove a component, select it in the list and click Remove . Use the arrow buttons to move selected components up or down in the drawing order.

Select a component in the Components list to modify its properties.

Gridlines

Gridlines are the lines crossing over the map that delineate the x- and y-values ​​of the coordinate system. By default, the gridline intervals are calculated based on scale. To set these intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

Click the Symbol button to modify the appearance of the gridlines.

Ticks

Ticks are linear marks at the edges of a grid. Multiple ticks of different styles and intervals can be used to delineate major and minor divisions on your grid. By default, tick intervals are calculated based on scale. To set the tick intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-tick values ​​the same when one is modified.

Click the Symbol to modify the tick's appearance. Set the position of the ticks relative to the map frame by specifying an Offset value.

Under the Visible heading, use the cardinal direction check boxes to specify which ticks are shown. It is important to remember that the cardinal direction boxes refer to the direction the line is drawn, not how the line is labeled. For example, lines drawn north and south are labeled with easting and westing values.

Alternatively, on the Options tab , check Define map grid edges to control the visibility by the cardinal points at each map frame edge. On the Components tab , set Edges to Selected. Select one or more map frame edges and use the cardinal direction check boxes to set the visibility for only those edges.

The first image is a grid with all ticks displayed. In the second image, East is not checked for all edges. In the third image, East is not checked for Edge 1 only.

Check Show edge visibility indicators to identify the edges with numbered buttons. Select an edge by clicking this button or choosing the number in the pane.

Labels

Labels are the textual x- and y-coordinates at the edges of the grids. By default, labels intervals are calculated based on scale. To set the intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type the X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

Click the Symbol to modify the text symbol of the labels. Set the position of the labels relative to the map frame by specifying an Offset value.

Label text is set using tags in the Format text box. Tags can be used alone or in combination to create labels. See Work with grid label tags for explanations of these tags along with examples.

Check the Vertical check boxes for each cardinal point to draw those labels vertically.

Under the Visible heading, use the cardinal direction check boxes to specify which labels are shown. It is important to remember that the cardinal direction boxes refer to the direction the line is drawn, not how the line is labeled. For example, lines drawn north and south are labeled with easting and westing values.

Alternatively, on the Options tab , check Define map grid edges to control the visibility by cardinal points for each map frame edge. On the Components tab , set Edges to Selected. Select one or more map frame edges and use the cardinal direction check boxes to set the visibility for only those edges.

The first image is a grid with all labels displayed. In the second image, East is not checked for all edges. In the third image, East is not checked for Edge 1 only.

Check Show edge visibility indicators to identify the edges with numbered buttons. Select an edge by clicking this button or choosing the number in the pane.

Corner Labels

Corner labels are the textual coordinates at the vertices of the map frame. Map frames in the shape of an ellipse, circle, or lasso have one corner label. Each corner label represents a point and has two labels: one for the east-west direction and one for the north-south direction.

If you check Define map grid edges and change the Minimum length value to reduce or increase the number of edges or corners, those changes will be reflected in the number of corner labels.

The X and Y intervals determine the coordinates in the label. By default, the interval is set to 0.0, meaning that the coordinate of the map frame corner is shown. Increasing the interval places the labels offset from the corner at that distance. For corner labels with an interval greater than 0,0, if the angle of the gridlines is nonperpendicular or nonparallel to the edge of the map frame, there may be multiple corner labels per corner. To set the intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type the X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

To change the appearance of the corner label text, click the Symbol. Set the position of the corner labels relative to the map frame by specifying an Offset value.

Corner label text is set using tags in the Format text box. Tags can be used alone or in combination to create labels. See Work with grid label tags for descriptions of the tags along with examples.

Corner labels can be turned on or off for each corner of the map frame using the Corner Visibility controls. To see the corners, switch the Corners toggle button to Selected and check Show edge visibility indicators. Numbered buttons appear on each corner of the map frame on the layout. Select a corner by clicking one of these buttons or choosing the corresponding number from the list in the pane.

To turn off the corner label for a single corner, switch the Corners toggle button to Selected. Select the corner to turn off, and uncheck both the North-South and East-West check boxes.

Intersection Points

Intersection points are point symbols showing where coordinate lines intersect. You can use intersection points, without gridlines, to create a grid of points on your map.

By default, the display intervals for intersection points are calculated based on scale. To set the intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type the X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

To change the appearance of the intersection points, click the Symbol.

Interior Labels

Interior labels are the textual coordinates within the grid, usually placed on top of gridlines.

By default, the interval of the interior labels display is calculated based on scale. To set the intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. Switch to the Components tab and type the X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

To change the appearance of the label text, click the Symbol button.

Label text is set using tags in the Format text box. Tags can be used alone or in combination to create labels. See Work with grid label tags for descriptions of the tags along with examples.

The X Gap and Y Gap controls set the amount of space between the gridline and the label drawn on top of it. This can be increased or decreased.

There are three options for where labels are shown on the grid: 1/2 , 1/3 , and 1/4 . Each option has different positioning and displays a different number of labels.

Interior Ticks

Interior ticks are linear marks within the grid that show coordinated intervals. They can be displayed on top of, or in place of, gridlines.

There are two sets of intervals for interior ticks. The Grid Interval determines the coordinate lines where ticks draw. The Tick Interval determines the frequency ticks draw along those lines. By default, the intervals are calculated based on scale. To set the intervals manually, on the Options tab , uncheck Automatically adjust. On the Components tab , type the X and Y intervals. Check Sync Values ​​to keep the x- and y-values ​​the same when one is modified.

Click Symbol to modify the tick's appearance. Set the position of the ticks relative to the map frame by specifying an Offset value.

Check Show direction from origin to display ticks above, below, left, or right of the gridline, depending on the direction from the grid origin. If unchecked, ticks are drawn across the gridline. The grid's origin can be updated on the Options tab .


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