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Hamburguer caseiro fácil e rápido
Qual criança não gosta de um delicioso hambúrguer. Mas, vamos combinar: não são só as crianças que adoram os hambúrgueres, não é?. Eles são sim irresistíveis e vão bem no tradicional sanduiche (cheese-salada, cheeseburguer, etc.) e em muitas outras receitas, até como acompanhamento nas refeições. No entanto, estes hambúrgueres que costumamos encontrar nos supermercados, apesar de serem até um pouco saborosos, são cheios de conservantes.  Por isso, que o bom mesmo é fazer em casa seu próprio hamburguer. Pouca gente sabe, mas o hambúrguer descobriu a América bem na segunda metade do século 19. Ele foi originalmente trazido pelos imigrantes alemães que embarcaram no porto de Hamburgo. É daí que vem o seu primeiro nome no chamado Novo Mundo: hamburg steak, ou, bife de hamburgo. A maioria das pessoas pensam que fazer um hambúrguer é difícil e complicado. Mas, pelo contrário, nessa receita logo abaixo, você vai comprovar que é muito fácil, rápido e prático fazer o seu hambúrguer e ele virá com um ingrediente exclusivo: será mais nutritivo do que os que você costuma comprar nos supermercados, pois é natural, sem conservante algum. Já imaginou fazer aquele hambúrguer, com um sabor sem igual, feito com ingredientes naturais e por você mesma? Então fique sabendo: isto é possível. Claro que a base de todo e qualquer hambúrguer é a carne. O bom de produzir o seu próprio hambúrguer, além das questões que já citamos referentes aos conservantes que o hambúrguer industrial possui, é o fato de que será possível escolher a carne de sua preferência, como uma carne magra, por exemplo, o que vai garantir mais saúde à sua família. Isto com certeza dará mais sabor ao seu hambúrguer caseiro e o tornará ainda mais nutritivo. Aí é só separar os acompanhamentos para aquele sanduíche de hambúrguer caseiro incrível. Vale a criatividade, para agradar os mais variados paladares. Sem mais delongas, veja agora como fazer seu hambúrguer caseiro: Receita Hambúrguer Caseiro Prático e Nutritivo daviddias Confira essa deliciosa receita de hambúrguer caseiro fácil, rápida e nutritiva ✅É muito fácil, rápido e prático fazer o seu hambúrguer! 5 from 1 vote Imprimir Receita Pin Receita PREPARO35 mins COZIMENTO35 mins TIPOalmoço COZINHAAmerican SERVE10 CALORIAS194.3 kcal INGREDIENTES 3 quilos carne moída pode ser paleta, coxão mole, patinho ou até filé mignon). Quanto mais triturada estiver a carne melhor. 300 gramas bacon  deve ser moído ou triturado 1 unidades ovos 30 gramas  farinha de trigo sem fermento ½ copo água gelada PASSO A PASSO Em um recipiente apropriado, misture muito bem todos os ingredientes do seu hambúrguer. É importante amassar bem para que todos eles se misturem e formem uma massa homogênea. Esta massa precisa estar resistente o suficiente para que você possa formar o hambúrguer. Se estiver muito úmida ainda, acrescente um pouco mais de farinha de trigo até conseguir a consistência certa. Forme porções de 70gr a 100gr, com a mão mesmo. Depois, forre uma bancada (ou na pia/mesa) com um plástico molhado e comece a modelar seus hambúrgueres no formato característico ou em outro que lhe convier. Lembre-se de não deixá-lo muito grosso, pois pode dificultar o cozimento. Se preferir, você pode utilizar um aro para auxiliar a modelar seus hambúrgueres. Sugestivamente, faça um hambúrguer caseiro por vez. Forre uma forma retangular, preferencialmente de alumínio, também com plástico e acomode seus hambúrgueres, intercalando camadas de carne e plástico. Evite apertá-los. O ideal é que você forme até 4 camadas de hambúrgueres. Tudo vai depender também do tamanho de sua forma, mas lembre-se de que terá que levar a mesma para o congelador. Aliás, esta é a próxima etapa: leve seus hambúrgueres ao freezer ou congelador por até 4 horas. Depois eles já estarão prontos para fritar ou mesmo assar. Fonte: https://receitasfaceis.digital/hamburguer-caseiro-facil-e-rapido/
Famous Places to Visit in Jaipur
Explore famous monuments and historical sites of the Pink City of Rajasthan. Jaipur showcases the rich and vibrant culture and tradition of Rajasthan by rajasthantourdriver.com. Jaipur is the largest city in Rajasthan and was built in the 18th century by Sawai Jai Singh as India’s first planned city. Jaipur is a major tourist attraction amongst Indian as well as international travelers. JAIPUR known as the ‘Pink City’, it is home to a wonderful selection of ancient forts and palaces. This is fastest growing city of the world and it belongs to the tourist Golden Triangle of Delhi, Jaipur and Agra. Aside from the ubiquitous pink colour, Jaipur’s culture is very well witnessed through visiting the enticing monuments like City Palace, Amber Fort, Albert Hall Museum, Hawa Mahal, Jantar Mantar, Jal Mahal, and Birla Temple etc. on this private sightseeing tour of Jaipur. City Palace Once you are in the Pink City, you will naturally be inclined to visit City Palace. It was constructed by Sawai Jai Singh II between 1729 and 1732 AD. The palace complex comprises of Chandra Mahal and Mubarak Mahal. Now, Chandra Mahal has been converted into museum that houses exclusive handcrafted products and other products that depict the cultural heritage of the kingdom. Not only will you enjoy the architecture, you will be awe struck by the glorious view of Pink City from here. Amer Fort Also known as Amer Fort, it is located in Amer, which is around 11 kilometers from Jaipur. It was constructed by Raja Mansingh in the year 1592. It was later expanded by Raja Jai Singh I. The red sandstone and marble stone construction reflect a blend of Hindu-Muslim architecture. The main entrance faces east and there are three more entrances. There are four courtyards in Amber Palace. One of the courtyards has the Public Audience Hall, called the Diwan-i-Aam. Albert Hall Museum Adorning the gates of Old City and flanked by the famous Ram Niwas gardens, Albert Hall Museum is a stunning example of Indo-Saracenic style architecture. Named after the Prince of Wales, Albert Edward and completed in the year 1887, this museum is one of India’s oldest center for art and culture exploration. The museum houses many artifacts, paintings from different parts of India and even an Egyptian mummy that is increasingly becoming popular. In the recent times, Albert Hall has also become a hub for many activities like concerts, rallies and festivals. or even rest in the nearby restaurants like. Hawa Mahal An iconic monument that is often used for representing Jaipur City, Hawa Mahal is an unmissable attraction. A one of its kind of monument in Jaipur, Hawa Mahal is majorly known for its 953 jharokas (windows) that make its facade. Built by Maharaj Sawai Pratap Singh in Rajputana style of architecture, it is a five-storey building that was constructed for the women of the royal family to see the everyday happenings in the city without being seen themselves due to the prevalence of the Purdah system, then. Jal Mahal Another iconic building in Jaipur, Jal Mahal is an absolute visual treat. Situated amidst Man Sagar Lake, Jal Mahal is a popular tourist attraction in Jaipur and is also amongst the most photographed sites in the city. Built by Maharaj Sawai Jai Singh II, it mainly draws tourists in the evening when it shimmers with lights and its reflection falls on the lake. Jal Mahal is also flocked by many seasonal birds since it is situated amidst the lake, and is therefore a great place for birdwatching, especially in the winters. Jantar Mantar If you have any doubts about having to spend your time at an observatory on your tour, reconsider it. Jantar Mantar is not just like any other average observatory; it is ranked amongst the largest observatories of the world. Built during the period of Maharaja Jai Singh II, the astronomical observatory has the largest sundial of the world. Maharaja Jai Singh II had avid interest in various subjects including architecture, astronomy, philosophy and astronomy. His keen interest in astronomy led him to construct the country’s largest observatory. The geometric devices available here are used in measuring time, observing constellations and orbits around the biggest star. The astrological instruments attract astronomers and architects from all parts of the world. Whatever your level of interest in space, you will be inspired by Jantar Mantar Birla Temple Another religious site in Jaipur that catches the eyes of the tourists is Birla Temple or Lakshmi Narayan Temple. Situated at the base of Moti Dungri in south Jaipur, the Birla Temple is popular for its exquisite carvings done on white marbles, and is thus widely acclaimed as a marble marvel. The main attractions of Birla Temple are the images of Laxmi and Narayan, carved from one piece of marble.
You'll Never Guess What People Eat At The Movies Across The Globe
Yuck. There are hundreds of countries around the world sitting in movie theaters across the globe. One big difference is the food they eat while in the audience. From dried bugs to salted candies, world customs really have their own distinct palette. Though Americans believe there's nothing in the world that could be better than a nice bag full of buttery popcorn, they are in for a huge surprise. Check out the movie theater snacks from around the world. You're going to be shocked. USA: Salted, Buttery, Popcorn It's crunchy. It's addicting. It's SO American. Popcorn is a very traditional snack without a ton of calories...that is, if you don't drench it in a pool of butter and salt. Popcorn has had a long standing reservation in our culture, primarily since corn is such in abundance within our country. We've muti-purposed corn to be just about anything but popcorn is still our favorite creation. Just remember, a small popcorn won't get you through intermission. A large popcorn will make you feel fat. But who cares, right? Great Britain: Sugared Popcorn Why am I not surprised that Great Britain would have a seamlessly more proper snack? Compared to American, the Brits always seem to do the exact opposite. From my personal view, I just don't understand the thrill of sugary popcorn. However then again, kettle corn and caramel corn is a huge success in the States. Brits are notorious for their bitter drinks such as coffee and tea paired with a very decadent and sweet dessert. I guess it's only fitting, pinkies up. Japan: Iwashi Senbei The first idea that popped into your mind was probably not that these are sardine rice crackers. The crisps are baked in sugar and soy sauce to give them their distinct taste. Rice is a very traditional food within the country so it's no surprise it is a snack as well. And with Japan being a very dependent country on its seafood industry, it's obvious that a leading snack brand would be fish based. Still interesting. Brazil: Roasted Ants Okay GROSS. As an American, I will never understand the love for eating bugs. We get it, they are packed with a ton of protein and have a nice crunch. But it's so taboo in American culture. On the other hand, Brazilians loves them. It's an aphrodisiac, or food that stimulates sexual desire, which could be the reason for why Brazilians are such a fan. Talk about a passive aggressive way to show your date that you want to hook up. Norway: Dried Reindeer Meat Somewhere in the North Pole, Santa is crying. This food seems so fitting though for the region. Reindeer meat is cut and then dried for a chewy taste. Very similar to beef jerky in the States. Reindeer meat boasts very low fat and high protein. However, I can't seem to feel sympathy for Rudolph & his gang once they find out that the Norwegians are snacking on their friends. Guess Norway is going to become the land of misfits toys soon enough... South Korea: Dried Cuttlefish I guess this goes hand in hand with popcorn in the Asian nation. With a meaty texture and briny flavor, apparently South Koreans can't get enough. It can be seasoned in a variety of flavors. Though they're also fans of roasted chestnuts, dried cuttlefish still frequently comes out as the fan favorite. I still don't know what a cuttlefish is. Russia: Beluga Caviar This is reserved for the rich and only the rich but a very common wealthy delicacy. Though the average folk may not be accustomed to eating the beluga caviar themselves, they know exactly who is receiving it when they attend the movie theater. Apparently movies in Russia are a more fancy affair, something Americans and other world countries would gawk at. With Russia being known to have extreme customs, this one tops the cake. Greece: Souvlaki Okay, this looks delicious. Lamb or beef souvlaki will be a fit for an Grecian attending an outdoor movie. They're tender and savory and it's already making my mouth water. Grecians are notorious for having the best food in the world and it's no surprise that their movie theaters also come with a wide delicious variety of choices. Please fly me to Greece because I'm starving. Netherlands: Salty Licorice This could be the most hated snack in America. Black licorice is a very distinct taste that very few people enjoy. In America, our black licorice contains a lot of sugar. However in the Netherlands, they salt their licorice with ammonium chloride which gives eaters a tongue-numbing sensation. Is this candy a drug? No thank you. India: Samosas This is my favorite. Look how good that looks! Bollywood theaters are all the rage in India far more popular than any Western movie. Samosas are potato stuffed pastries that taste as good as they look. With Bollywood movies comes a delicious combo of chutney and cheese sandwiches and vada pav, potato fritters in a bread bun. I could definitely ship this idea in the USA.
Travel Singapore: 6 Dishes You Have to Try!
I just got back from Singapore which was basically just me eating everything in sight for 4 days straight. Here are 6 things I had a loved, but keep in mind there are a billion other things you have to try there as well! (Not listed: chili craaaaaaaaaaab!!!!!!) Pictured above: Teh O Limau (black tea with lime!) 1. Murtabak Murtabak is a super tasty dish from the Middle East that I could probably eat every day. You can get nearly any filling you want (we chose one Chicken and one sardine) and it will be wrapped up in a delicious bread similar to na'an or paratha. We got curry to dip it in and it tasted fantastic! 2. Fish Ball Soup For the unadventurous or those who avoid spice, this fish ball soup is perfect. If you find that traveling gave you an upset stomach, this simple broth with some onion, noodles, and a few balls made from fish will have you feeling better in no time. Serious comfort food. 3. Carrot Cake Carrot cake is my favorite thing on this earth. Rather than carrots, it is made using radish that has been pounded into a soft almost noodle. Think gnocchi, but with radish! It's then fried up with egg and chilis, then (if you get black carrot cake) tossed around in some soy sauce. It's DELICIOUS. 4. BBQ Sting Ray The dish to the left is bbq string ray, the first thing I ever ate in Singapore. Its a fishy taste covered in a really awesome chili sauce. Once I got the fact that it was sting ray out of my mind, it tasted just like any other fish I love eating! 5. Popiah See that egg roll looking thing? That's popiah. At first I expected something like the Filipino dish lumpia, but it is so much sweeter than that. These spring rolls are common in Singapore, Taiwan, and Malaysia and are filled with fresh veggies. You can get them spicier, but they'll always have a distinctly sweet taste to it. 6. Kaya Toast (with Teh O) Made from a mixture of coconut and egg (which I just found out last week, after years of eating kaya...) Kaya jam is one of the yummiest things you can spread on toast. Traditional kaya toast has kaya and a few thick slices of butter sandwiched between two freshly toasted slices of bread. Usually its also served with soft boiled eggs which you can add soy sauce to. Get your kaya toast with some kopi or teh o (black coffee or black tea) to start your day right! I also tried Salted Egg Yolk Croissant, since salted egg yolk ANYTHING is a huge deal in Singapore right now. And to be honest, I really didn't like it. It tasted like what happens when you make icing and add too much powdered sugar. It was really dry and didn't even taste like salt or egg at all. Maybe it's not supposed to and I'm missing the point, but I wasn't a fan :/ Have you ever had Singaporean food? What's your favorite?!
How Many Cups Are in a Liter: A Complete Guide to Measuring
How many cups are in a liter? We'll answer this question and help you master accurate measurement, so you never miss a recipe again. Cooking can seem easy, especially for those who don't do it themselves. It seems like you need to read the recipe, follow a few simple instructions, and that's it. So how come so many people fail? I will tell you a secret. It is not so easy to know how many cups in a liter. You can have the best recipe in your hands and still end up with a messy kitchen and your food in a trash can. Why is that? Many things can go wrong, but today I will deal with the measurement problems. Let us paint the picture - you found a great recipe online, read the reviews, and made sure it turned out great. Unfortunately, there is an issue: the recipe lists measurements that you are not familiar with, for example, cups instead of milliliters. In such situations, the US, imperial, and metric conversion tables are helpful as they direct you and assist you with setting up the formula the correct way. Or you can choose not to participate in another conversion calculator app. Very often, recipes call for cups of water or milk. In contrast, other recipes require you to measure your liquid ingredients in milliliters and liters. How many cups in a liter? We all know that recipes require precision. We have to measure ingredients accurately if we are to be successful. In addition to a reliable kitchen scale, it would be a good idea to have a set of measuring cups. As we stated, plans regularly call for cups of milk or water. Still, there are different types of cups. Sometimes, it is safer to measure liquid ingredients in millimeters, deciliters, and liters. In general, and reasonably roughly, one liter is usually considered to be about four average cups. However, the measurement differs a bit depending on the type of cups used. Still, you can measure how many cups in a half gallon using the same theory. There are the following types of cups: 1. Metric 2. US Customary. 3. US "legal." 4. Canadian 5. Imperial 6. Japanese 7. Traditional Japanese cups It is essential to know the metric, American and British or imperial system since that is what we find today. So, here we go: 1. The metric system • In the decimal measuring standard, 1-liter equivalents 1000 mL. One measurement cup rises to 250 ml. Without much of a stretch, you can figure the number of cups in a liter: 1000/250 = 4. Therefore, there are four cups in a liter in the metric system. 2. The American system • In the United States, we depend on the purported American cup to quantify fluids. 1 US cup has a limit of 236.58 ml or 8 US liquid ounces. One liter equivalents 1000 ml or 33,814 US liquid ounces. • The math is equivalent to in the past model: 33.814/8 = 4.22675. Therefore, there are 4.22675 cups in a liter in the American system. 3. For Imperial System (UK) • We often find recipes written for the UK audience; it is logical since we share the same language. Unfortunately, we don't share the same measurement system either. The British trust the imperial system. • An imperial cup has a capacity of 284,131 mL or ten imperial fluid ounces. One liter is equal to 1000 ml or 35.1951 imperial fluid ounces. That implies the math is as per the following: 35.1951/10 = 3.51951. As should be obvious, there are 3,51951 supreme flagons in a liter in the UK framework.
Traditional Herbal Remedies For Primary Health Care(Best Hakeem in Rawalpindi)
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