Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables
Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables is a complete and nutritious meal. Especially during winter, it is an excellent choice for stimulating the body. Try it plain, as a soup, but also as an accompaniment to meat.
Net Weight: 500gr
Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables from the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables is a genuine monastic product. It is made according to the traditional recipe by the nuns at the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos. With pure raw materials and taste, the nuns make extremely handmade pasta.
Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables: Nutritional value
Monastic Trahanas is a pasta-treasure of Greek cuisine. It has great nutritional value and significant health benefits. Its high phosphorus content helps protect the body from osteoporosis. The carotenoid lutein it contains helps in the good health of the skin, eyes and heart.
Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables is a complete, delicious and nutritious meal. Especially in winter and during fasting, it is an excellent choice for a delicious and healthy dish. Rich in vitamins, it stimulates the body, giving it energy. Cooked as a soup, trahanas softens the throat and strengthens the immune system.
You can use monastic spicy trahanas with vegetables and as accompaniment to meat. It is combined perfectly with chicken and beef. Try it in chicken soup and broth recipes and enjoy delicious and nutritious dishes.
Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables: Ingredients
Monastic Trachanas with Vegetables contains wheat and wheat flour (contains gluten), semolina (contains gluten), 30% vegetables (pumpkin, red pepper Florina, carrot, tomato, dried onion, eggplant), yeast, beef and salt.
Monastic Spicy Trahanas with Vegetables: Method of Cooking
(For one portion) Finely chop one-half fresh tomato and sauté with 2 tablespoons oil. Add 500ml water and a little salt. Bring to boil. Add 100gr pasta and stir. In approximately 10 minutes remove from heat.
Keep in a dry and cool place.
Origin: Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos
Net Weight: 500gr