Monastic Trahanas with Vegetables Fasting soup | H.M. of Timios Prodromos
Authentic Monastic Trahanas with vegetables from the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos. It is a healthy meal, rich in vitamins and nutrients. It is ideal for fasting but also for patients’ nutrition.
Net Weight: 500gr
Authentic Monastic Trahanas with Vegetables, Fasting soup
Monastic Trahanas with vegetables is traditional Greek homemade pasta. It is made with the care of the monks of the Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos and pure raw materials.
The nuns, following traditional recipe, make this Greek pasta which is a favorite dish for people of all ages. A big dish of trahanas, in addition to deliciousness and vitamins, offers to the person who tastes it homemade warmth.
Monastic Trahanas with vegetables: Nutritional value
The 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.
Monastic Trahanas with Vegetables is a healthy and complete meal. Especially during fasting periods, it gives the human body the energy and vitamins it needs. Furthermore, due to its high nutritional value, it is an excellent choice for the nutrition of patients and children.
Monastic Trahanas with vegetables: Ingredients
Fasting trahanas from Holy Monastery of Timios Prodromos contains: semolina (contains gluten), flour of common wheat and durum wheat (contains gluten), vegetables 30% (pumpkin, red pepper of Florina, carrot, tomato, onion, eggplant, beetroot, celery, spinach), leaven, salt.
Monastic 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