Rosa Cooking

3 in 1

If you do not have a lot of space to store winter food then this way is good to have three types of salad in one jar .....

3 in 1

Preparation steps

  • Peel a squash, grate it and cut it into quarters or as desired. Cabbage cut into slices. Peel an onion. Arrange the vegetables in a jar one by one and so on until the top. Place a plastic press on top so that the vegetables do not rise. Mix the vinegar, water, salt, sugar and grapes to dissolve everything and pour over the vegetables in the jar. Cover and leave. On the second day, add liquids as needed or add more vegetables. Then close well and store with the rest of the winter ... c


Use after about a month like other salads .....



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