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What to add to buckwheat to bring out the flavor in a new way

Tetiana KoziukLS Food
What spices to add to buckwheat. Source: busycooks.net

For most people, buckwheat is a boring porridge that is difficult to prepare in a tasty and interesting way. But this is a misconception because there are ingredients that can turn boring buckwheat into a delicious side dish.

The FoodOboz editorial team has gathered information and will tell you what ingredients you should add to buckwheat to bring out its taste and flavor.

How to cook buckwheat deliciously

As for spices, experienced housewives advise adding them to the porridge during the cooking process:

  • Hot chili pepper is better to add it together with salt.
  • You can add turmeric, dried garlic or onions.
  • Cumin is considered to be one of the best additives that fully reveals the flavor of porridge and makes it spicy. Before adding the seeds, it is better to lightly fry them in a pan or use cumin powder.
  • Ginger is ideal for those who like unusual combinations. But it is better to add it dried rather than raw.
What spices to add to buckwheat to make it tasty

What to add to buckwheat instead of spices?

Cheese

If you thought that you could add hard cheese only to pasta, you're wrong. You will be pleasantly surprised if you add this ingredient to buckwheat. You can add it to a freshly cooked dish or to yesterday's and heat it all together in the microwave.

Buckwheat can be tasty with cheese or vegetables

Roasted vegetables

If you don't have any cheese on hand, you can use vegetables to make a delicious roast. It makes buckwheat tender, hearty, and flavorful. It doesn't matter when you add it. In any case, you will be pleased with the result.

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