Bifteki – Greek meatballs gefüllt Schafsk—se
Sure You haven't noticed already, I'm getting this summer kind of had enough of the Greek food and my Greek recipes so peu a peu to pull out of the Sleeve. Another of my favorite Greek food Bifteki, so Greek meatballs filled with feta cheese. A classic of Greek cuisine, of which there are certainly as many different recipes as families.
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My Bifteki are the result of the trial and error of different recipes that I like from time to time in the hands. My step mom is rounded off with the valuable tips and suggestions, Yes, as You may know by now, a great lover of Greek cuisine, influenced by their Greek Friends.
THE PERFECT SPICES TO THE BIFTEKI
An ingredient which is found in my Bifteki, is cumin. Unlike me, hates my step-mom cumin, and in their world, this spice does not exist. It has cumin, if you like, from your vocabulary deleted and out of your life banished. You used cinnamon in their Bifteki recipe a pinch. If You scream so not yay, if You're reading cumin, You can use a pinch of cinnamon. In addition, there are many other Bifteki recipes without cumin but also a lot of cumin and even in addition 😉 cinnamon . So spice just to taste.
I have to lose the rest of my Bifteki is the stale bread. It happens to me over and over again, if I get fancy meatballs or Bifteki, that I don't have stale bread on hand. Funny. Anyway, I use the breadcrumbs or bread crumbs, however, when Baker bought. Not typical Greek, but practical.
I LOVE THE GREEK CUISINE
Speaking of typical Greek. It is close to my heart even to mention that the Greek cuisine is very diverse and not only from "Gyros, Souvlaki and Bifteki" is. As in any other country in the Mediterranean, there is also in Greek cuisine is delicious and varied Mediterranean diet, traditionally with a lot of vegetables, fruit and legumes, and fish and also meat, fruits to do so. The Greek cuisine, such as our different also, country to country and from island to island through the regional facets. Of all the dishes but all the same, you are always prepared with valuable, always a regional olive oil.
To my Greek meatballs fit by the way, have a wonderful Greek salad and my Greek Tzatziki.
Bifteki - Greek meatballs filled with feta cheese
CA RESULTS. 12 PIECES, EACH WITH CA. 60 GRAMS (UNCOOKED WEIGHT)
- 500 g beef, minced - or 1/2 beef, 1/2 pork
- 100 g sheep cheese
- 2 Eggs, Size M
- 1 onion, medium - small-diced and sautéed
- 30 g flat-leaf parsley, fresh - chopped
- 3-4 sprigs Oregano, fresh - leaves removed and chopped
- 2 TBSP bread crumbs/breadcrumbs, like from the bakery - Alternative: 1 stale, in milk soaked bread
- 1 good splash of lemon juice, freshly - Intensive 1 TSP Lemon zest
- 1 TSP cumin, ground - Alternative: 1 pinch of cinnamon
- 1 TSP salt
- 1/2 TSP pepper
- 3 TBSP olive oil
- The onion You cut small and sweat in the pan to You, later on, to roast the Bifteki are using.
- The fresh parsley and the Oregano , wash, shake dry and finely chop.
- Then vernketest You in a large bowl Your hack mass with the following ingredients: minced meat, steamed onions, 2 eggs, 2 TABLESPOONS of bread crumbs, parsley, Oregano , and 1 TSP cumin, 1 TSP salt, 1/2 TSP pepper , and a splash of lemon.
- Then to shape You the hack of mass to each ball (approx 60g), press a hole into it, give a little feta cheese inside, closes the Whole and press it slightly flat and shape the Bifteki to your liking.
- Now 3 TABLESPOONS of olive oil in the frying pan and the Bifteki from each side about 6 minutes on medium-level roast.
- I wish You a good appetite!