Traditional Lithuanian Herring

Traditional Lithuanian Herring


Hello, we are making a herring with Lithuanian vegetables. Are vegetables from your place? Yes! Mmmm… Apples are also from our place. From the nearest store, aren’t they? Come on… Stop saying these nonsenses. You talking nonsense. You brought them back by yourself and you are still saying
these nonsenses. We’re cutting the onions at first. In cubes, right? Yes. “In cubes” as they say in English. We’ll add some oil to the pan. We’re adding chopped onions to fry. They’ll start frying soon. We’ll cut the carrots while onions are frying. I’ll cut them here, little Romas, okay? Okay. Here. Carrots are boiled, so it would be faster. We’re cutting them in cubes as well. You are working like a robot, MO. You would do it as a robot as well if had spent so many years
doing this job. Here it is, now I’m leaving them for you to look after. You see I want to fry it the fastest way there is. I’m turning the
heat up. Stop it , it will burn… You see how fast it was, we can turn it off now. Don’t turn the heat up. Okay I’m lovering the heat. It will burn soon. Some Lithuanian apples from my grandmother’s graden. We’re peeling the apples. How much are these in the stores now? Romas, stop, okay?! I don’t know how much they cost in the stores, because these
apples are from my garden. Say it again. Say it. What are you taking out? Seeds. Say that word. Jesus… Say it. What are you taking out? He-he-he-he… Say it, there is nothing bad about it. Say “I’m taking out the testicles”. Come on! Seeds… Say it, MO! We are taking the heart of the apple. No, no, say the word which you said before. He-he… Stop making me laugh, okay? Say it, MO. No, little Romas, I won’t say that. Stop it. Cut the apples in cubes! By the way, guys, if want to buy this cutting, I’ll leave a link in
the description below for you to check out. So, if you decide to buy it, you’ll support our channel. It’s so tasty! Look how nicely it snows outside. Mmh. It’s so sour! Why did you grow them so sour? These sour apples will be just fine for this herring salad. Here it is. And add everything to… Are you putting them over there? Yes, little Romas. To the skillet. The onions are done now. We’re adding the carrots. Here. And the apples. What kind of stuff do you have here? Here we have some cinnamon. We are adding some. How much did you add? A quarter teaspoon, something like this? Maybe just a little
bit more? Half of it? Yeah. It smells really well, doesn’t it? Yes. It will be cinnamon herring with apples. And then mix everything. I mean it, MO, I have to teach you English, then everyone would
watch us. I would brake my tongue. We can speak Russian then. Stop it, with your nonsenses. Ehh… I don’t know it. What is this herring missing now? Mhm. It’s tasty, it’s tasty for sure! You can add some salt if you want, but I don’t need it. Because the herring is a bit salty. Sour apples go really well with this herring. You don’t know. Okay, that’s it, we can… Can we turn off, right? Turn it off, that’s it, little Romas. Everything’s good. We’ll put it into a container. And we’ll take it to the balcony to cool off. Come on… We’ll take it to the balcony, we won’t wait for it to cool off. We’ll
get tired of waiting. Here. We’re putting them into the bowl. And we’ll wait for it to cool off. But in order for it to cool off faster, we’ll take it to the balcony. He-he-he-he… They will come to you for sure… You are really stupid, little Romas. He-he-he-he… It will fall off. Yeah. We have to take these out of here. Aha. It look horrible. The basils dried off. “Dried off.” I wanted to say that they had frozen. He-he… It’ cooling off in the balcony. Just as MO wanted. [MO shouting in the backgroung]. Herring. Herring. Fillets… We’re cutting it in smaller pieces. You know, Romas, I forgot to add some peppers. Mhm. You’ll grind some on top. Okay. And into the plate. We’ll add some mixture on top. It will be beautiful, MO! You will. You will be asked to prepare the weddings again, MO. Okay, I’ll prepare yours… Don’t film it, Romas. I want to add some parsley on top. Okay. Will you add those things? No. What’s it? That’s it, I’m adding a piece of parsley. You can say it needs only one half of everything. Of course there will be some left, little Romas, otherwise, it would be nonsense. But you have only added half of it. Yeah, yeah. Look at these decorations, MO! MO will try her herring now. I know it will be tasty, little Romas, there’s nothing else to say. … pregnant position… Is it quality stuff, MO? Of course, it’s quality stuff. Eat it as well. I’ll eat it soon. If you enjoyed the video, hit that like button and share it with your friends. Subscribe to our channel, if you haven’t already. Also consider supporting us via the links in the description bellow and don‘t forget to press the bell button to get notified each
time we release a new video! Until next time! Goodbye! Cheers! I’ll film you. Your herring is beautiful. I’m like a herring myself.

11 thoughts on “Traditional Lithuanian Herring

  1. Спасибо за рецепт я так никогда не сочетала овощи с селедкой , а еще только в Литве я попробовала селедку с маринованными грибами и сметаной ! Долгих лет вашей бабушке , берегите ее)))

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