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East European Meatballs

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Ingredients

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1 1/2 lbs ground pork (minced)
2/3 lb ground beef (minced)
2 large potatoes
1 carrot
2 large eggs
6 large garlic cloves
2 medium onions
6 slices white bread
1/2 cup fresh dill leaves
1 cup fresh parsley leaves
3/4 cup breadcrumbs
1 tablespoon salt
2 tablespoons pepper

Nutritional information

679.4
Calories
315 g
Calories From Fat
35.1 g
Total Fat
12.9 g
Saturated Fat
178.1 mg
Cholesterol
1532.8mg
Sodium
51.7 g
Carbs
5.8 g
Dietary Fiber
5.1 g
Sugars
38.1 g
Protein
408g
Serving Size (g)
6
Serving Size

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East European Meatballs

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    This is my recipe for meatballs that I've put together after experimenting with various ingredients. All those who had these found them yummy. I hope you will too. It works as an appetizer (on their own), or as a main course (served with mashed potatoes, pasta and a tomato based or creamy sauce).

    • 60 min
    • Serves 6
    • Easy

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    East European Meatballs,This is my recipe for meatballs that I’ve put together after experimenting with various ingredients. All those who had these found them yummy. I hope you will too. It works as an appetizer (on their own), or as a main course (served with mashed potatoes, pasta and a tomato based or creamy sauce).,This is my recipe for meatballs that I’ve put together after experimenting with various ingredients. All those who had these found them yummy. I hope you will too. It works as an appetizer (on their own), or as a main course (served with mashed potatoes, pasta and a tomato based or creamy sauce).


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    Steps

    1
    Done

    Chop the Onions Finely. Put a Little Canola Oil in a Pan, Turn the Heat to Medium. When the Oil Is Hot, Add the Onions and a Pinch of Salt, Turn Down the Heat to Low-Medium and Saute, Covered, For About 10 Mins, Until Yellow and Soft. Simmer from Time to Time.

    2
    Done

    Remove the Onions from the Pan, and Put on a Bowl to Cool Down.

    3
    Done

    Grate the Carrot Using the Coarse Side of the Grater. Squeeze Well Between Your Palms Afterwards, to Get Rid of All the Water.

    4
    Done

    Grate the Potatoes Using the Fine Side of the Grater. Squeeze Well Between Your Palms Afterwards.

    5
    Done

    Dunk the Slices of Bread (crust Removed) in a Little Milk For 3 Seconds and Then Squeeze Well Between Palms to Get Rid of All the Liquid.

    6
    Done

    Mince the Garlic Cloves (you Can Remove the Germs If You Wish - in This Way, the Garlic Smell Won't Stay With You 2 Days Afterwards).

    7
    Done

    Remove the Leaves from the Parsley and Dill, and Finely Chop Them.

    8
    Done

    Put the Minced Meat, Potatoes, Carrot, Eggs, Garlic, Onion, Bread Slices, Dill, Parsley, Bread Crumbs, Pepper in a Large Bowl. Mix Everything Together (with Your Hands or Mixer). Add 1/2 Tbs Salt, Mix, and Taste the Composition. Add Another 1/2 Tbs Salt If You Think It's Needed. I Normally Put 1 Tbsp Salt in Total. Also, of Course, You Can Add More Pepper If You Like It More Spicy.

    9
    Done

    Press the Mixture Against the Pan and 'pat' It Slightly With You Hands to Look Uniform. Then Cover the Bowl and Let the Mixture Rest in the Fridge For 1 Hour. This Will Firm Up the Mixture.

    10
    Done

    Remove the Mixture from the Fridge 20 Minutes Before Cooking.

    11
    Done

    Take 1 Heaped Tblsp of Mixture at a Time, and With Your Hands Wet, Form the Meatballs. Place the Meatballs on a Plate.

    12
    Done

    in a Deep Medium Sized Frying Pan, Put Canola Oil Until It's About 1.5 Inches in Height. Let the Oil Heat Up on a Medium-High Heat. It's Important That the Pan Is not Too Wide, So That the Oil Inside Is Quite Deep in Order to Cover the Meatballs Well from All Sides When Cooking.

    13
    Done

    When the Oil Is Hot, Turn Down the Heat to Medium, and Put the Meatballs in the Pan. Fry on One Side For 4 Mins, Then Turn on the Other Side, Fry For 4 Mins, Then 1 Min Again on Each Side.

    14
    Done

    Remove the Meatballs from the Pan and Place on a Paper Towel to Absorb the Oil.

    15
    Done

    That's It! I Hope You'll Like :).

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