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Тeat tomatoes - stay healthy! Tomatoes are, above all, a low-calorie, low-carb product. Scientists state that lycopene, the most beneficial ingredient in tomatoes, is an antioxidant that significantly reduces the risk of cardiovascular and oncological diseases. At the same time, tomatoes are a source of vitamins C, K1, B9, as well as potassium and beta-carotene. Tomato juice contains substances involved in the formation of serotonin, which relieves tension in the nervous system and minimizes the effects of stress.
The most popular tomato dish in Azerbaijan is the so-called “tomato-egg”, that is, “tomatoes with eggs”. The recipe is simple. Take a few tomatoes, wash them and mark them on the bottom with a sharp knife in the shape of a cross. Then keep the tomatoes in a pot full of boiled water for 5 minutes. Drain the water and peel the tomatoes. Chop the tomatoes up and put them in a frying pan. Put the pan on the medium heat and let the tomatoes simmer. Cook the tomatoes until the liquid evaporates. Then add vegetable oil, salt and pepper and fry for about five minutes. Beat the eggs and add them to the pan. Wait an extra 10-15 minutes for the perfect consistency, and that's it - gather everyone around the table! Bon Appetit!
Did you know that... The word "tomato" is of Italian and possibly French origin. In Italy, "pomo d'oro" is translated as "golden apple", in France, these bright red and juicy fruits are named more poetically - "pomo d'amur", which in turn means "love apples". Some believe that India is the homeland of tomatoes, as it is mentioned in ancient Indian manuscripts. Other scientists believe that the home of tomatoes is Mexico. By the way, in this country tomatoes are called "tumatl", and in the Aztec language it was called "tomatl". Tomatoes were first mentioned in the botanical literature in 1554 by the Italian botanist Paulo Mattiole. And the world's first tomato-based recipe was published in 1692 in Naples.
Gold words from Mamed