Shrimp are among the most widely consumed types of shellfish. They contain large amounts of nutrients, such as iodine. You can view the tutorial here.
Almost 100 g of cooked shrimp provide about 90 calories, 1 g fat, 290 mg sodium, 1 g carbohydrates, 15 g protein. Shrimp are naturally low in carbohydrates, with less than 1 g per 100 g serving. They contain about 1 g of fat per serving. Most fats come from Omega-3 fatty acids and beneficial polyunsaturated fats. Cooking shrimp in butter or oil increases, however, the total fat content of the final preparation.
About 90% of the calories in shrimp come from protein, and the rest come from fat. They contain all the essential amino acids and are a way to increase protein intake. They are a source of phosphorus and vitamin B12. They also contain calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium, zinc, selenium and choline. Shrimp are also one of the best dietary sources of iodine, an important mineral. Iodine is necessary for the proper functioning of the thyroid and for the health of the brain. Shrimp are also a significant source of astaxanthin, the reddish pigment that gives shrimp its specific color.
Our childhood was marked by the famous pork or chicken meatballs, in which we often put more onions and garlic than minced meat. Fortunately, lately the "chop" is losing more and more ground, its place being taken by ingredients such as shrimp. Today Bemorepanda has prepared for you an amazing recipe for shrimp meatballs, served with rice and vegetables.
Shrimp meatballs are ideal at any time of the year, but also whenever we want something healthy, fast and easy for our family. Shrimp are very healthy to eat, in addition to fish and other seafood they contain calcium, protein, vitamin E, etc. They are also very easy to cook and do not require too much oil or spices to be prepared.
Of course, many interesting dishes can be made using shrimp. But today it was as if we wanted to try something new. Meatballs are not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of shrimp, but we believe that they are delicious and well worth trying. In addition, they are ready in less than 30 minutes, so address those of you who are more on the run.
- 500 g of Peeled Shrimp
- 3 strands of Parsley
- 3 strands of Dill
- 3 strands of Green Onion
- 2 Eggs
- 1 teaspoon of Paprika
- 1 teaspoon of Dried Garlic
- 4 tablespoons Breadcrumbs
- 50 g Cheese Mazdamer
- 2 tablespoons Mayonnaise
- 4 tablespoons Sunflower Oil
- 200 g of Rice
- 1 liter of Water
- 400 g Assorted frozen Vegetables
- 1 Lemon
METHOD OF PREPARATION
1. Wash the shrimp well and peel. Finely chop the shrimp.
2. Finely chop the greens.
3. Put the chopped shrimp in the bowl, add greens, eggs, paprika, dried garlic, breadcrumbs, salt, pepper, lemon peel, cheese, mayonnaise and mix.
4. The meatballs are formed. Heat the pan, pour oil, fry on both sides for 3-4 minutes.
5. Put rice in the pan, pour water, add salt, boil for 15-20 minutes.
6. Heat the pan, pour oil, add the vegetables, season with salt, pepper and fry for 4-5 minutes, add the rice and fry for another 4-5 minutes.
Serve the shrimp meatballs with vegetables! Good appetite!
This recipe can also be composed of several variations. You can serve it with a salad of fresh vegetables and greens. Or with a garnish that you prefer.
You can also prepare rice with fresh vegetables if you have them at hand, but this will take longer to prepare.
Notes: To recognize shrimp in good condition, you must:
Shrimp must be firm to the touch.
Avoid buying it if it feels weak.
You have no smell of ammonia or a strong smell of shellfish.
If it is raw, it should have a uniform gray color, not green tones.
If they are pre-cooked, you do not see a faded orange.
If you buy fresh seafood, don't forget to touch and smell it to check its condition. Regardless of the type of shrimp you will eat, we recommend that you buy them with the peel, although it is more laborious, they have a better flavor, because the peel helps to preserve it.
What (and how) 30+ products and things are made of, which we are not used to thinking about
With all the variety of goods and discounts, we try to buy what we need, whether it be food, cosmetics, or household appliances, as profitably as possible for ourselves. And we feel happy when we manage to save at the same time. But if you knew how the things you use are made, would you just as passionately want to own them?
Unsightly facts, after which we took a fresh look at everyday products and things
The main thing is that it looks attractive and the price suits it. Meanwhile, sometimes it is worth at least a little idea of what happens to the product before it is on the counter.
As it turns out, everything is not as rosy as it seems when you see a product beautifully packaged or served on the table. Because its origin is sometimes very unattractive, which, of course, the consumer can learn about. But we at Bemorepanda, thanks to Reddit users, found out something and are now sharing it with you. And then you decide for yourself what to do with this knowledge. And finally, you will find a bonus of ingredients in favor of orite products that can both surprise and scare you.
1. About garlic. “It reminds me of a documentary series that my father used to watch. The garlic industry is a hell of a lot darker than most people might think. I don't remember everything, but apparently, many Chinese companies that sell garlic to restaurants overseas use prison labor.
These prisoners must peel the garlic entirely by hand, without any tools. Several prisoners were missing nails. If I remember correctly, one man said he had a friend who had to resort to dental help because he had no pins left.
They work unimaginably grueling shifts, during which they must meet their daily quota or face the consequences. They are paid very little if anything at all. They all seemed so unhappy. The show is Rotten, and you can find it on Netflix." — foxglove37 / Reddit.
2. Salted cucumbers. I'm a forklift mechanic, and one of our customers is Mrs. Klein's Pickles. They use concrete outdoor vats for marinating, with no coating on top.
One day, when I was in service, I decided to go up to a small platform where workers stirred the mixture.
When I looked into the first vat, I saw a dead cat, some dead rats, and more bugs than I could count. I almost threw up right there. So far, I have not eaten a single pickled cucumber and will never eat Mrs. Klein's products again." — sober gophers / Reddit
3. “Vodka. Most types of vodka of different price segments are made from the same raw material. I work at an industrial distillery where we produce millions of gallons of high-purity ethanol from corn. We have clients in the beverage industry who dilute our product to 80% or so, pass it through a filter and bottle it for sale. These firms sell their products at prices ranging from $8 to $50 per liter. And do you know what the main difference is? The more expensive a bottle of vodka, the more “beautiful” it is. — AndJuan247 / Reddit
4. “Fruit juices. Freshly squeezed juices don't seem to be all that fresh. A friend whose family owns a mango orchard told me that almost all juice producers buy old fruit leftovers from warehouses, which are then processed into a smooth mass. Further. — Curious_pari / Reddit
5. “Grain. My job is to fumigate the grains with the colorless, poisonous gas phosphine. Wheat, barley, and oats are susceptible to infection by the red flour beetle and weevil.
We are talking about kilograms of insects in a 600-ton bunker. I treat the grain with a particular gas so that the insects die. Unfortunately, there is no way to remove dead pests from the grain, so they end up in the mill, and then they go to bake our bread.” — jtown82 / Reddit.
6. “Coffee and cockroaches are connected…” – demonardvark / Reddit
“For those who don’t know, this happens to coffee because large piles of coffee beans in warehouses and sheds are infested with cockroaches. According to entomologist Douglas Emlen, it’s impossible to remove them completely. So they are ground together with the coffee beans.” — reddit.com
7. “Liquid hand soap. That's ¼ soap and ¾ water. The production uses a special pump and mixer to turn the mixture into a soapy solution. Plus, thoughtful packaging visually increases the volume of goods. You end up paying the same amount as you would for a whole bar of soap, but you are only buying a quarter of it.” — Crapulousmumblecrust / Reddit
8. “Food from the grocery store. Even “fresh” products can end up stale on the shelves. I worked as an assembler in a grocery warehouse that serves seven states.
Everything in our warehouse was unsterile and dirty. But the floor was littered with rotting fallen lettuce leaves, which turned into a stinking slurry. The bed was concrete smeared with jacking oil, tire debris, and other dirt.
The worst thing is that. Many employees lifted these products and put them in boxes. The salary of employees in the picking warehouses depends on the number of packed containers.
Do you want to ask if someone cleans the floor in the warehouses? Wash, but very rarely. So always wash vegetables and fruits, even if the seller says they are washed and organic. — Muninwing / Reddit
9. “Fast food milkshakes. I used to work at a fast food place, and they used to put a mixture in the milkshake that had already curdled and sometimes had mold in it.” — Suyefuji / Reddit
10. Toilet water. Many perfumes are made from the musk glands of animals (musk deer, muskrat, musky duck). They are killed to get them, and it is unpleasant. In addition, some vanilla flavors use a liquid that is released from the base of the beaver's tail." — DudeGuyVR / Reddit
"These products are costly, and both castoreum (a specific odorous secret produced by beavers) and ambergris are used in high-end perfumes." — Waystone / Reddit.
11. Viscose. Clothing made from viscose (an artificial fiber obtained by processing natural cellulose) could be more environmentally friendly. It turned out that the production of viscose creates tons of waste, which is very, very harmful to the environment.” — greetindsfromsaturn / Reddit
12. “Fruit smoothies. People think they're getting their daily dose of fruit, but it's mostly ice, yogurt and high-sugar juice, and just a few pieces of hard fruit." — throwaway36295224 / Reddit
13. "Jelly is a meat product masquerading as dessert."
This applies to anything containing gelatin (gummy bears, etc.) - knockoutroundtwo / Reddit.
14. Phones. People will still buy phones, but the world urgently needs modern gadgets made from materials that do not harm anyone. Why? And so that enslaved children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo are not involved in hard work for cobalt extraction.
Miners can be as young as four years old, paid as little as ten cents an hour (US equivalent), and work 12-hour days, all to extract cobalt (60% of the world's reserves), which is needed to make batteries." — WapperDude/Reddit.
15. “Tropical fruits! After Spain ceded control of its territories in South America, the US invaded several districts in South America to secure access to the Panama Canal and farmland suitable for confiscation and sale to fruit companies. People were killed, dictators were supported, railroads were built, and mangoes were exported.
These banana wars were some of the most egregious acts of US imperialism since Manifest Destiny ("Manifest Destiny" is the term used to describe the widespread belief in the mid-19th century that the United States had a special mission to expand westward). Many of these countries have not yet recovered economically.” — reddit.com
16. “Turkey bacon. It's marketed as a healthier alternative to bacon, but it's a terrible extruded meat product. It's a greasy and unhealthy breakfast food that's worse than a hot dog." —down blanket/Reddit
17. “Fish sauce. The basis for many Thai dishes. The fish is fermented for six months with salt until it becomes a thick slurry. It is then filtered and then stored in containers for years.” — f0nluva / Reddit
18. “About sausage. Anyone who loves sausage should not know how it is made. Otherwise, you won't be able to eat it anymore." — deuxclydion/Reddit
19. “Mica products. I watched a documentary about mica mines in areas where there is usually child labor, and the interviewer asked one girl about her work. She told me how her sister died in the mine and that she works underground daily. Mica is found in almost all cosmetics. — hi_im_a_coffeeholic / Reddit
20. “Batteries for electric vehicles. , and cobalt is a vital component in electric vehicle batteries. However, companies like Tesla are trying to find a way to produce cobalt-free batteries, but no solution has yet been found.” – KingDexter34 / Reddit
21. “Food in a restaurant. As a former waiter, I can say that most people would be shocked at the way their food is prepared and the lack of quality/effort that goes into it. I'm not talking about fine, expensive cuisine because I have never worked in these establishments. I mean inexpensive mass restaurants and cafes. Usually, in such places, cheap low, quality food is used. Watch the movie "Big Grub" in an ordinary, inexpensive chain restaurant. There's a lot of truth in it." — bcjc78 / Reddit
22. “Silk. The extraction of raw silk begins with the cultivation of silkworms on mulberry leaves. As soon as the worms begin to pupate in their cocoons, they are dissolved in boiling water…” — dreadedxalchemy / Reddit
23. “Fake art paintings. Some copyrighted (signed) works of art are fake. I used to work in an art printing house, where we made copies of images by some famous artists.
We were forced to learn all the artists' signatures, and we signed the paintings by hand. We even had special printers that could imitate signatures (by the way, to comply with the law, we also put a warning in small print on the paintings that these were not authentic autographs).
But customers only saw this text after buying. I am sure that most buyers would never have bought the engravings if they knew their signatures were not original. – Dr_Edge_ATX / Reddit
24. “Meat in stores. I worked in 2 different meat departments in 2 grocery stores. is about to go bad. This marinade hides how bad the meat looks and beats off the smell. — Mroder1 / Reddit
"Color of meat. The characteristic bright red color of the meat is the result of treatment with carbon monoxides and food colorings such as Red No. 40 and lycopene extract. ANY red meat is a SCAM." — reddit.com
25. “Inexpensive motorhomes. They are not very high quality and modern. Everything is securely fixed. All supposedly "trendy and new" electronics are outdated and inefficient. Manufacturers use the cheapest materials, and all motorhomes are built in 8 hours. House for rest and travel on wheels. For 8 hours?! Are you seriously?!" — Leftydude777 / Reddit
“When you get into a relatively new and relatively expensive van and touch something, it all feels pretty damn cheap. How do you like the furniture? Cheap chipboard with plastic cladding. The sofa cushions seem stuffed with 20-year-old soft toys. The bathroom door seems to be about to break if you touch it. The list goes on and on. I don’t understand how everything can be so expensive and at the same time seem so cheap.” — sharp/Reddit
26. “Parmesan cheese. An essential ingredient in its production is abomasum (part of the stomach of a young calf, lamb, or kid, in which the enzyme renin is produced). — MasterMirror92 / Reddit
"There's a 'ParmesanGate' video online about the fake parmesan market - it turns out only cows in Italy have the right bacteria, which then gets into their milk, which is used to make real parmesan cheese." — reddit.com
27. "Gelatin." — fundyfisher/Reddit
“Imagine a giant vat filled with thousands of pigskins (or cattle skins) being boiled. The protein is separated from the skin, cleaned, and deodorized. It turns out gelatin. The rest is thrown away. By the way, all this is cooked with bones and tendons. Including sometimes fish is added to the vat. ” — fundyfisher/Reddit
28. “Energy drinks. I worked in a bottling plant. Beverage tanks are never properly cleaned until a build-up affects the taste. Although cleaning the tank is not necessary. The fact is that energy drinks are so acidic and chemical that bacteria and mold do not form in drinks.” — 1skepticalguy/Reddit
29. “Crab chips. First, boil the crabs. This creates a lot of foam on top of the boiling water. It is separated, pressed into shavings, and dried. This is what chips are made from. After I found out about this, I stopped eating them.” — bulwix/Reddit
30. “Wine. . But not only grapes get into the mixer, but also branches, leaves, insects and even mice, etc.” — control / Reddit
31. “Syrup for cocktails. Boil equal parts sugar and water. Let cool. The syrup is ready. — literally step back / Reddit
32. “Citric acid. Most citric acid is produced from fungi of the genus Penicillium. Now I don’t want to eat all the products where there is this acid. ” — LilaInTheMaya / Reddit
33. “Palm oil. After I learned the history of palm plantations to produce palm oil, I made it my mission to cut it out of my life completely.” Junduk / Reddit
“Palm oil is the leading cause of massive deforestation around the world. The most significant production volume falls in South America and Southeast Asia (Indonesia). There are moratoriums on new palm oil plantations, but companies get around this issue by paying criminals to set forest fires so that companies can buy land where the forest used to be for a penny.
Deforestation destroys the habitat of animals such as orangutans and tigers. And all the fires in the forest are also the burning of peat. Peat is, in fact, forest debris, which contains a vast amount of CO2. By burning it, we quickly release all this CO2 into the atmosphere.
Worst of all, the plantations are only good for one or two cycles, then the land is essentially abandoned, and new plantations are created. I believe palm oil production is the most significant environmental disaster in history.” - delayed registration / Reddit.
Mini Tarts With Chicken And Vegetables: Recipe and Tutorial by Bemorepanda
If you are looking for a quick appetizer, Bemorepanda will help you! Mini tarts with chicken and vegetables are a perfect choice for a party or any other event. You can prepare them even when you are overloaded with activities and you don't have time. The preparation is very fast and does not require much culinary experience.
The mini tarts will surely be to the liking of the whole family and all the guests. It is a recipe that can be changed as you wish.
Mini tarts with chicken or quiche with chicken, as it is called by the French is an extremely tasty dish and very easy to adapt according to your own tastes. You can make it with any kind of ingredients you want, with peas, leeks, broccoli, spinach, cauliflower. It is important to keep the mixture of eggs and sweet cream and necessarily the cheese. It can also be of several kinds. You can use Cheddar, Guada, Emmental, Gruyere or any other cheese with a strong taste but which melts nicely in the oven.
And because we told you it's an easy to customize recipe, you can use any kind of meat or you can exclude it altogether. You can use fish or mushrooms instead of meat, or why not leeks sautéed in olive oil. We still have dedicated carnivores in the Bemorepanda family, so you can use any kind of meat you want. If you have leftovers of steak or baked chicken in the fridge that no one eats, you can use them with confidence.
Bake the chicken tart until the filling has set and has the consistency of a jelly. But it should not be baked too much because it will no longer be creamy. Once baked, the tart should be allowed to cool to room temperature, or at least for an hour to warm.
It is very good as well when eating it cold, from the fridge. Take a chicken mini tart with you to work for a delicious lunch, or put it in the school package for the little ones. Take it to a picnic, or when you want to give someone something cooked by you and we guarantee you will do it again and again and again.
You can view the tutorial here.
- 1 piece of Chicken Breast
- 1.5 liters of Water
- 2 Bay leaves
- 1 teaspoon of Peppercorn Mix
- 1 teaspoon of Salt
- 30 g of Butter
- 2 tablespoons Sunflower Oil
- 1 Onion
- 1/2 of the Carrot
- 1 piece of Celery Stalk
- 1 teaspoon Dried Garlic
- 1 tablespoon Flour
- 2 tablespoons Cream Cheese
- 1 tablespoon Mayonnaise
- 30 g Parmesan
- 250 g Frozen Peas
- 800 g of Puff pastry
- An egg
METHOD OF PREPARATION
1. Put the chicken breast in the pan, cover with water, add bay leaves, pepper mix, salt and simmer for 25 minutes.
2. Cut into thin slices.
3. Put butter, sunflower oil, onion, carrot, celery stalk, salt, pepper in a pan and cook for 4-5 minutes.
4. Add flour, mix, add meat, pour water.
5. Add the cream cheese, mayonnaise, grate the parmesan, add the peas and mix.
6. Arrange the puff pastry in the baking tins, put the meat filling, cover with puff pastry, grease with egg and bake at 180 ° C for 30-35 minutes.
Enjoy with pleasure!
The mini tarts are inspired by the popular quiche recipe. In French cuisine, quiche is a baked dish that is based on a cream made from eggs and milk or sour cream placed on a thin pastry counter. Usually, the dough for the countertop is baked before the other ingredients are put and put in the oven for a second time.
Other ingredients used, such as minced meat or bacon, vegetables or cheese, are often added to the egg mixture before baking the quiche. If you choose to add onions, you will have an Alsatian Quiche. The original dough was a simple bread dough, but this detail has evolved, and now the quiche top is a fluffier, pastry.
Quiche is normally eaten for breakfast, although there are countries where it is eaten at any time of the day, as a snack or as a main course. Although quiche is associated with French cuisine, it originated in Germany, in the medieval kingdom of Lothringen. The word "quiche" comes from the German word "kuchen", which means "cake".
Tater Tot Hotdish it's a quick, stress-free food to prepare. This tasty family recipe combines ground beef, mixed vegetables and potatoes in a cheesy, rich sauce. Bemorepanda is in love with this recipe!
Preparing is a easy, as you use frozen mixed vegetables.
This Easy Tater Tot Hotdish is a family favorite!
1 tater tots bag approx. 32 oz
1 pound of lean ground beef
1 small onion, diced
2 cups of fresh or frozen mixed vegetables
10.5 ounces cream of mushroom soup
1/2 cup of sour cream
1/4 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1 teaspoon dried mustard
Salt and pepper to taste
2 1/2 cups of grated and divided cheddar cheese
- Preheat the oven to 400 ° F and grease the 9 x 13 pan.
- Fry the ground beef and onion over medium heat until they are no longer pink. Let the fat drain off.
- In a bowl, mix the soup, milk, garlic powder, dry mustard, 1/2 cup cheese, and salt and pepper. Put aside
- Top with beef, mixed greens and tater tots and finally the remaining cheese.
- Pour the sauce over, cover, and cook for about 30 minutes or until golden and bubbly.
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20 weird looking fruits and vegetables that look like anything but not themselves
If you often find yourself seeing faces and familiar outlines in the clouds, in a carpet pattern, or looking at fruits and vegetables, you do not need to run to a psychiatrist at all, because you are most likely not sick with anything. With you, just simply, there are visual illusions called pareidolia, forcing you to see a familiar image in a random object. We've put together for you pictures of funny fruits and vegetables in which you can see faces, as well as familiar shapes that make them look different than usual.
It looks like the whole crop has mutated
"I am free!"
This tomato looks like a duck
Pickled cucumber, eerily reminiscent of an Alien
"I love you, but at least this time take off your headphones!"
Radish that miraculously grew in the shape of a foot
Spooky face in a cut tomato
Chinese bitter gourd with a very cute face inside
"There is a silhouette of a camel on the skin of my apple."
"This banana looks exactly like my mom's dog."
Broccoli's reaction to all her haters
“Today we found this incredible carrot hand on our farm when we were digging carrots for juice.”
These potatoes make us feel a little uncomfortable
This sweet potato is like a seal and we must protect it at all costs!
Strangest Egg I've Ever Seen
A sweet potato that looks like a human hand