500 g carne, 100 g franzela, 100 g ceapa, 2 oua, 1 legatura marar,
sare, piper pisat si usturoi dupa gust, ulei pentru prajit
Pentru Ã®mpanat: 1 lingura faina, 2 oua, 100 g pesmet.
Mod de preparare
Se curata carnea de pielite si de vine si se da de doua ori
prin masina de tocat Ã®mpreuna cu franzela Ã®nmuiata si stoarsa,
ceapa calita si verdeata. Se potriveste de sare si de piper, se
adauga 1-2 oua, se amesteca bine framÃ¢ntÃ¢nd si se formeaza
pÃ¢rjoale Ã®n forma frunzei de visin care se dau prin faina, oua
batute si prin pesmet alb. Se prajesc pe ambele parti Ã®n
grasimea bine Ã®nfierbÃ¢ntata. Se servesc cu piure de cartofi sau
fasole, spanac, mazare sau cu sote de morcovi.
CÃ¢nd se servesc, pÃ¢rjoalele se pot stropi cu unt topit sau cu mujdei
Moldavian mincemeat balls:
500g pork meat minced, 100g white bread, 100g white onion, 1 egg, 5 medium-sized dill stalks, salt, fresh minced garlic, black piper powder, sun-flower oil. For coating: 1 spoon of wheat flour, 2 eggs, and 100g pulled bread.
1. How to prepare the mince meat balls: soak well the bread into a large saucepan filled with fresh water, then take it off the saucepan and squeeze it with both palms until almost dried. In a large saucepan add the squeezed bread along with the minced meat, the chopped dill and the medium-fried chopped onion (how to get the fried onion: first chop the onion into small pieces with a sharp knife, then add, in a frying-pan, 4 spoons of sun-flower oil along with the chopped onion. Place the frying-pan over a low fire on the cooking-machine and stir frequently with a wooden spoon to avoid rapid over-frying. When onion turns brown-yellowish, turn off the fire and remove the onion from the frying-pan using a perforated large spoon in order to run oil off the fried onion.). Mix thoroughly, and then add salt and black piper powder according to your taste. Crack 2 eggs and add them into the saucepan and then mix until well mixed. Of the composition thus obtained, make medium-sized (like a table-tennis ball size) mince meat balls and then flatten each ball a little.
2. How to prepare the coating: get 2 large plates (one for the wheat flour and the other for the pulled bread). Crack the other 2 eggs and put the white of the eggs into a deep pan and then whisk them until consistent foam is obtained. Add the yolks to the foam and mix very gentle until homogenous. Roll the mince meat balls on the white flour, then bath them into egg foam, and then roll them on the pulled bread.
3. How to cook the minced meat balls: place the mince meat balls into a large frying-pan into which you previously added sun-flower oil so that the balls to be half sunk in oil. Fry them over a low heat until turn brown on both sides. Place the cooked balls on to the large plates and then pour melted butter or garlic sauce over the balls.
4. How to serve: Moldavian mince meat balls may be sided on a large plate along mashed potatoes, beans, peas or mashed boiled carrots.