Pork tongue in tomato sauce

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Aria Cooper

Ingredients (6 people):

  • 1 k of pork tongue
  • 1 k of tomato (ripe)
  • 1 onion
  • 1 spring onion
  • 4 cloves of garlic
  • 2 green peppers
  • 3 joys from La Rioja
  • extra virgin olive oil
  • salt
  • 1 bay leaf
  • parsley

Elaboration of the recipe for Pork tongue in tomato sauce:

Put the languages in the fast cooker, add the bay leaf, a few sprigs of parsley and a pinch of salt. Cover with water, place the lid on the pot and leave them cook for 40 minutes Remove the tongues, leave to cool, peel and cut into thin fillets. Set aside.

For the tomato sauce Peel and slice two cloves of garlic. Peel and dice the onion and chop 1 bell pepper. Cook everything in a casserole dish with a drizzle of oil. Season. Chop the tomato and add it. Add salt. Cook over medium heat for half an hour. Pass the tomato through a potato masher and reserve the tomato sauce.

Peel and chop the other two cloves of garlic and brown them in a pan with a drizzle of oil. Finely chop the other one. green bell pepper and spring onion add them and sauté everything Add the tomato sauce and the chopped tongue and cook together for 5 minutes.

Itchy joys riojanas Cover with oil, season and mix well.

Serve the tongue with the tomato sauce and garnish with some parsley leaves.

Nutritional information of the recipe:

The language belongs to the offal products, foods rich in minerals, vitamins and proteins and with a low fat content.

In this dish, it is accompanied by a good sauce elaborated with numerous vegetables Together with the accompanying salad, this meal is especially recommended for people with anemia, children, athletes and the elderly.

The potato present in the salad together with the bread, meet the recommended proportions of carbohydrates in today's dish.

For dine a rice dish with plenty of vegetables, an easily digestible dinner that is an excellent source of carbohydrates and vegetable protein.

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Advice from Dr. Telleria:

Eating fresh, seasonal produce and avoiding junk food will improve your mood.

Aria Cooper is a passionate food enthusiast and an accomplished writer who has been sharing her love for all things culinary through her blog, Blog about Food. With a background in nutrition and a natural flair for storytelling, Aria combines her knowledge and creativity to provide readers with engaging, informative, and mouthwatering content. Her unique perspective on food, combined with a genuine appreciation for diverse cuisines and flavors, ensures that her blog is a treasure trove of delectable recipes, insightful articles, and entertaining food anecdotes. Whether she's experimenting with new ingredients, exploring local food scenes, or delving into food history, Aria's authentic voice and dedication to her craft make her blog a must-read for food lovers from all walks of life.