You will need
- Kefir (or other fermented milk product)
- pure or mineral water (which is allowed even soda)
- salt to taste
- mint leaves or a slice of lemon as desired.
Prepare the container for the drink. This can be a glass or a pitcher, depending on how many servings you are going to do.
Mix in that capacity equal proportions of yogurt and water.
Add into this mix as much salt as will fit.
Mix thoroughly all. It is best to mix with a mixer or blender, to avoid the presence of lumps.
Put the prepared drink in the refrigerator for about half an hour.
Tan ready! If you're a fan of the original and multi-faceted tastes, before use, can put in a glass a few leaves of mint, thyme and/or lemon wedge.
Tanya can cook hodgepodge. To do this, boil chicken, cut it into small slices. Boil eggs and potatoes. Peel them and cut into cubes. Chop onion (bulb and green), cucumbers, radishes, and greens (dill, parsley, celery).
Connect meat with vegetables in the prepared container, stir and pour chilled Thane. Add salt and pepper to taste. Pour the prepared the soup in deep plates or bowls. Decorate each with a slice of cucumber and a sprig of dill. If desired, the soup you can add cream and/or mustard.
Tan has a number of medicinal properties. First of all, like many other dairy products, Tang has beneficial effects on intestinal flora and improves the functioning of gastrointestinal tract. It also normalizes the level of cholesterol in the blood, reduces blood pressure and prevents premature aging. Is a great way to quench your thirst, cure hangovers and combat obesity.
The ratio of ingredients can vary, depending on what the tastes and preferences of the person. Some prefer thick, others runny.