Chisatura


(from my Master, Radu Anton Roman, teachings...)


Ingredients:

smoked salo (or salted scrambles)
onion 
salt

Paste smeared on bread or polenta, or a seasoning for soups,  chisatura  that shepherds cared wherever they go, could not be more Transylvanian  any if it would smells with  accent of Rozavlea-Maramures !
Chop the bacon and onion, as small as a betrayal, rub them with a little salt until a cream is made. You have just to imagine a huge slice of bread, smelling of a clay-oven and potatoes, smeared with  'chisatura '! The tired Ardelean* man, came from the forest, giving his straw hat on the neck, picking a  small bottle of brandy to the sun, "Yeah, servus, dear! " ... and drinks a mouthful of it , a mouthful as long as Salauta Valley is... and a light switches on his skin as a halo !




Chisatura
(Romanian version)
Pasta de uns pe pita sau pe mamaliga, dar si condiment pentru ciorbe, chisatura ce-o poarta ciobanii oriunde se duc, n-ar putea fi mai ardeleneasca nici daca ar mirosi cu accent de Rozavlea-Maramures!

slanina afumata (sau jumari sarate)
ceapa
sare
Se toaca slanina si ceapa, marunt ca tradarea, se freaca cu un pic de sare pina alifie se fac.
Inchipuiti-va felia de piine uriasa, mirosind a test si a cartof, unsa cu 'chisatura'. Ardeleanul obosit, venit de la padure, isi da palaria de paie pe ceafa, ridica glaja cu horinca-n dreptul soarelui, "no, servus, draga!" si bea o gura lunga cit trecatoarea Salautei,  o lumina trece in pielea lui, ca o aureola! 

(de la Maestrul Radu Anton Roman citire...)



Enjoy!

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