Multivarka is a kitchen appliance with programmatic control, which has a lot of functions, designed for automatic cooking of various dishes.
A little bit about multivarkas
Multivarkas are in great demand andare irreplaceable for true cooks, since they allow you to easily perform several functions with just one household appliance. It allows you to stew, fry, cook, bake, warm up the cooled dishes and does not need constant supervision. Thanks to such features and multifunctionality, the multivarker easily replaces the oven, microwave oven, bakery, steamer and other kitchen appliances.
Carrots - it's tasty and useful
It's no secret that many do not like carrots,and carrot cake is no exception. But the carrot pie in the multivarquet will have to taste even the most picky culinary critic. Many neglect carrots, while it contains a large amount of substances necessary for the normal development of the body (carotene, enzymes, essential oils) and vitamins (B, D, C. E). The peculiarity of the orange root crop is also that after heat treatment it does not lose its properties and becomes even more useful. As you understand, boiled carrots are a useful food, but not for everyone. Thanks to an interesting recipe, you can prepare a delicious and very useful dessert. The recipe for the dish stretches back to the Middle Ages, but, thanks to modern progress, the process of cooking it has become much easier.
Baking in the multivariate
The number of ingredients is calculated on the volume2-liter pots of multivark. If your kitchen appliance has more spaciousness, boldly prepare a one and a half portion. For a pie with carrots we need:
- 2-3 carrots;
- flour 250 g;
- butter 100 g;
- chicken eggs 2 pieces;
- baking powder 10 g;
- walnuts ½ cup;
- raisins ½ cup;
- cinnamon 1 tbsp. a spoon;
The pie cooked in the multivarquet is no worse than in the oven. You can add your favorite ingredients and express your imagination in decorating such a dessert. Bon Appetit!