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Pass the meat together with the onion through the mincer. Grate the potato, squeeze it and add it over the minced meat. Add the egg, the parsley and season to taste with salt and pepper. Mix well. Form meatballs that are passed. through flour and then fry in hot oil. When they are well browned, take them out and put them in a covered bowl to keep them warm.

Make the sauce separately: cook the onion in a little oil, add the tomato sauce, meat or water soup, bay leaf, peppercorns, salt and let it simmer until the sauce thickens. add the greens, sliced ​​garlic and a tablespoon of vinegar (flavor the sauce). Add the meatballs to the sauce and bake for about 10 minutes.

Serve hot with mashed potatoes, pilaf or other garnishes.

Good appetite!


Marinated meatballs

They are very appetizing, thanks for the idea. sometimes we forget what to cook.

With pleasure! That's about my problem. I make certain recipes a few times and then I forget about them :). This was actually the main reason why I decided to put them on the blog - to remember what I cooked and to be inspired when I don't know what to cook. I had a notebook almost full of recipes, but it is much easier to "leaf through" the blog than the notebook :)

My brother, I was definitely determined on a small diet ... but with your page trouble. I can't stand it anymore .. I make my marinated meatballs .. thank you! :)))
Elena Toma

:)) The regime can wait for me, what's the hurry? It's the weekend, we can shake our heads :)) You have nothing to thank me for, because I'm just giving you the idea. So, I have to thank you for the visit, so we annihilate each other. Today I'm doing something with potatoes, so I said to put a quote from your blog: & quot- I came to America because my wife sent me for potatoes. (Christopher Columbus) & quot :)) P.S. Did Procust really say that thing? : D

I make them differently, but your recipe is more interesting and next time I will do so.

You can also tell me your recipe, I'm sure someone will find it interesting. After all, it's about tastes.

You did well by putting them in the marinade, I am convinced that this is how you ate them more often :))

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Thus, the marinated meatballs looked fresh.

for this recipe I recommend putting a sweet red wine.

I don't think it would hurt any sec)

If you still have uneaten meatballs (smaller, round ones), why not try marinating them with mayonnaise. you know, with onions kept in vinegar diluted with water and mayonnaise? They are very good, the bad part is that, due to the mayonnaise, they must be consumed quickly.

I never tried. but I'm sure I'll do it next time I'm left with meatballs, I don't worry about the bad side - in my house, marinated meatballs never have a long life: D

Ok, I hope it turns out good, not for another, after that maybe you won't let me enter the blog.

Don't worry, I won't be upset just for some meatballs. And if I hadn't criticized from time to time, maybe it would have occurred to me and then I wouldn't have written the recipes so carefully :) But I know that your meatballs turned out good.

I have another simpler and more dietetic recipe and the food is really tasty!
I give the meatballs through the flour and I put them in the water that boils in the pan, only with oil. sugar, salt to taste. Sometimes I add a little white wine (a cup).
Do you think it's perfectly tasty? I never put onions when I cook a food! I have learned to do it in such a way as to avoid onions (which I do not tolerate either raw or cooked) and believe me, without boasting that I am famous for my dishes in the kitchen. Life made me happy: I had to learn to cook when I was 14 years old.
Try to cook the meatballs without frying them, they are much more digestible!
Anonymous 2.

Thank you for your version of marinated meatballs! When it comes to food, I have come to believe anything :) There are so many delicious ways to cook certain recipes that I am sorry that time does not allow me to try them all.
I really like onions in food and, fortunately, I don't have any problems yet. But there are many people who do not tolerate it and who may be looking for such a recipe.


Chiftelute Marinate II

So, grind the meat, mix it with the spices and greens from the recipe, which were previously washed and grated. Mix well, make the paste from which the meatballs are formed. We fry them in oil or in the oven (my case). Put the meatballs in an oven-resistant form after they have been fried.

Separately make the tomato sauce, put oil (3-4 tablespoons) in a saucepan and add 2-3 tablespoons of flour, leave on the fire for 2-3 minutes, then add the tomato broth, season with salt, sugar (if it is the case, for me it was not that I used my tomato broth that has everything it needs in it) we put the peppercorns, the bay leaves and we boil for a few minutes.

When the sauce is ready, strain it through a sieve to get rid of the peppercorns and bay leaves, and pour over the meatballs. Keep in the oven until the mashed potatoes we serve next to these marinated meatballs are ready. That's about the recipe.
What did I do?
I took the meatballs out of the freezer, put them in the pan and put them in the oven. During this time I made the sauce and when it was ready I combined the 2 and put it in the oven until the puree was ready.


Marinated meatballs

They are very appetizing, thanks for the idea. sometimes we forget what to cook.

With pleasure! That's about my problem. I make certain recipes a few times and then I forget about them :). This was actually the main reason why I decided to put them on the blog - to remember what I cooked and to be inspired when I don't know what to cook. I had a notebook almost full of recipes, but it is much easier to "leaf through" the blog than the notebook :)

My brother, I was definitely determined on a small diet ... but with your page trouble. I can't stand it anymore .. I make my marinated meatballs .. thank you! :)))
Elena Toma

:)) The regime can wait for me, what's the hurry? It's the weekend, we can shake our heads :)) You have nothing to thank me for, because I'm just giving you the idea. So, I have to thank you for the visit, so we annihilate each other. Today I'm doing something with potatoes, so I said to put a quote from your blog: & quot- I came to America because my wife sent me for potatoes. (Christopher Columbus) & quot :)) P.S. Did Procust really say that thing? : D

I make them differently, but your recipe is more interesting and next time I will do so.

You can also tell me your recipe, I'm sure someone will find it interesting. After all, it's about tastes.

You did well by putting them in the marinade, I am convinced that this is how you ate them more often :))

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Thus, the marinated meatballs looked fresh.

for this recipe I recommend putting a sweet red wine.

I don't think it would hurt any sec)

If you still have uneaten meatballs (smaller, round ones), why not try marinating them with mayonnaise. you know, with onions kept in vinegar diluted with water and mayonnaise? They are very good, the bad part is that, due to the mayonnaise, they must be consumed quickly.

I never tried. but I'm sure I'll do it next time I'm left with meatballs, I don't worry about the bad side - in my house, marinated meatballs never have a long life: D

Ok, I hope it turns out good, not for another, after that maybe you won't let me enter the blog.

Don't worry, I won't be upset just for some meatballs. And if I hadn't criticized from time to time, maybe it would have occurred to me and then I wouldn't have written the recipes so carefully :) But I know that your meatballs turned out good.

I have another simpler and more dietetic recipe and the food is really tasty!
I give the meatballs through the flour and I put them in the water that boils in the pan, only with oil. sugar, salt to taste. Sometimes I add a little white wine (a cup).
Do you think it's perfectly tasty? I never put onions when I cook a food! I have learned to do it in such a way as to avoid onions (which I do not tolerate either raw or cooked) and believe me, without boasting that I am famous for my dishes in the kitchen. Life made me happy: I had to learn to cook when I was 14 years old.
Try to cook the meatballs without frying them, they are much more digestible!
Anonymous 2.

Thank you for your version of marinated meatballs! When it comes to food, I have come to believe anything :) There are so many delicious ways to cook certain recipes that I am sorry that time does not allow me to try them all.
I really like onions in food and, fortunately, I don't have any problems yet. But there are many people who do not tolerate it and who may be looking for such a recipe.


Marinated meatballs

They are very appetizing, thanks for the idea. sometimes we forget what to cook.

With pleasure! That's about my problem. I make certain recipes a few times and then I forget about them :). This was actually the main reason why I decided to put them on the blog - to remember what I cooked and to be inspired when I don't know what to cook. I had a notebook almost full of recipes, but it's much easier to "leaf through" the blog than the notebook :)

My brother, I was definitely determined on a small diet ... but with your page trouble. I can't stand it anymore .. I make my marinated meatballs .. thank you! :)))
Elena Toma

:)) The regime can wait for me, what's the hurry? It's the weekend, we can shake our heads :)) You have nothing to thank me for, because I'm just giving you the idea. So, I have to thank you for the visit, so we annihilate each other. Today I'm doing something with potatoes, so I said to put a quote from your blog: & quot- I came to America because my wife sent me for potatoes. (Christopher Columbus) & quot :)) P.S. Did Procust really say that thing? : D

I make them differently, but your recipe is more interesting and next time I will do so.

You can also tell me your recipe, I'm sure someone will find it interesting. After all, it's about tastes.

You did well by putting them in the marinade, I am convinced that this is how you ate them more often :))

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. Thus, the marinated meatballs looked fresh.

for this recipe I recommend putting a sweet red wine.

I don't think it would hurt any sec)

If you still have uneaten meatballs (smaller, round ones), why not try marinating them with mayonnaise. you know, with onions kept in vinegar diluted with water and mayonnaise? They are very good, the bad part is that, due to the mayonnaise, they must be consumed quickly.

I never tried. but I'm sure I'll do it next time I'm left with meatballs, I don't worry about the bad side - in my house, marinated meatballs never have a long life: D

Ok, I hope it turns out good, because not for another, after that maybe you won't let me enter the blog.

Don't worry, I won't be upset just for some meatballs. And if I hadn't criticized from time to time, maybe it would have occurred to me and then I wouldn't have written the recipes so carefully :) But I know that your meatballs turned out good.

I have another simpler and more dietetic recipe and the food is really tasty!
I give the meatballs through the flour and I put them in the water that boils in the pan, only with oil. sugar, salt to taste. Sometimes I add a little white wine (a cup).
Do you think it's perfectly tasty? I never put onions when I cook a food! I have learned to do it in such a way as to avoid onions (which I do not tolerate either raw or cooked) and believe me, without boasting that I am famous for my dishes in the kitchen. Life made me happy: I had to learn to cook when I was 14 years old.
Try to cook the meatballs without frying them, they are much more digestible!
Anonymous 2.

Thank you for your version of marinated meatballs! When it comes to food, I have come to believe anything :) There are so many delicious ways to cook certain recipes that I am sorry that time does not allow me to try them all.
I really like onions in food and, fortunately, I don't have any problems yet. But there are many people who do not tolerate it and who may be looking for such a recipe.


Marinated meatballs

They are very appetizing, thanks for the idea. sometimes we forget what to cook.

With pleasure! That's about my problem. I make certain recipes a few times and then I forget about them :). This was actually the main reason why I decided to put them on the blog - to remember what I cooked and to be inspired when I don't know what to cook. I had a notebook almost full of recipes, but it's much easier to "leaf through" the blog than the notebook :)

My brother, I was definitely determined on a small diet ... but with your page trouble. I can't stand it anymore .. I make my marinated meatballs .. thank you! :)))
Elena Toma

:)) The regime can wait for me, what's the hurry? It's the weekend, we can shake our heads :)) You have nothing to thank me for, because I'm just giving you the idea. So, I have to thank you for the visit, so we annihilate each other. Today I'm doing something with potatoes, so I said to put a quote from your blog: & quot- I came to America because my wife sent me for potatoes. (Christopher Columbus) & quot :)) P.S. Did Procust really say that thing? : D

I make them differently, but your recipe is more interesting and next time I will do so.

You can also tell me your recipe, I'm sure someone will find it interesting. After all, it's about tastes.

You did well by putting them in the marinade, I am convinced that this is how you ate them more abundantly :))

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. So the marinated meatballs looked fresh.

for this recipe I recommend putting a sweet red wine.

I don't think it would hurt any sec)

If you still have uneaten meatballs (smaller, round ones), why not try marinating them with mayonnaise. you know, with onions kept in vinegar diluted with water and mayonnaise? They are very good, the bad part is that, due to the mayonnaise, they must be consumed quickly.

I never tried. but I'm sure I'll do it next time I'm left with meatballs, I don't worry about the bad side - in my house, marinated meatballs never have a long life: D

Ok, I hope it turns out good, not for another, after that maybe you won't let me enter the blog.

Don't worry, I won't be upset just for some meatballs. And if I hadn't criticized from time to time, maybe it would have occurred to me and then I wouldn't have written the recipes so carefully :) But I know that your meatballs turned out good.

I have another simpler and more dietetic recipe and the food is really tasty!
I give the meatballs through the flour and I put them in the water that boils in the pan, only with oil. sugar, salt to taste. Sometimes I add a little white wine (a cup).
Do you think it's perfectly tasty? I never put onions when I cook a food! I have learned to do it in such a way as to avoid onions (which I do not tolerate either raw or cooked) and believe me, without boasting that I am famous for my dishes in the kitchen. Life made me happy: I had to learn to cook when I was 14 years old.
Try to cook the meatballs without frying them, they are much more digestible!
Anonymous 2.

Thank you for your version of marinated meatballs! When it comes to food, I have come to believe anything :) There are so many delicious ways to cook certain recipes that I am sorry that time does not allow me to try them all.
I really like onions in food and, fortunately, I don't have any problems yet. But there are many people who do not tolerate it and who may be looking for such a recipe.


Quick sauce for marinated meatballs

You have probably seen or read about how to prepare it marinated meatballs. You know, those recipes in which the meatballs are lightly browned in a pan with oil, without cooking completely inside, then pour over them a sauce, with various ingredients, and put the pan in the oven to complete the preparation. I'm not saying they won't be good and tasty (unless the sauce thickens with wheat flour or starch - which my wife can't stand at all), but what do you do if:

  • you don't want to marinate all the meatballs, but you want to keep a few that you can match with a different garnish (like here, for example), or
  • you already have some meatballs ready (either in the pan, or in the oil bath, or baked in the oven) and suddenly you feel like a few, not many, marinated meatballs.

For such situations there is the solution that my wife has been applying for several decades. a quick sauce for marinated meatballs, quickly embedded sauce from a minimum of ingredients. From the implementation of the sauce to the landing of the food on the plate, it does not take more than a quarter of an hour. The quantities indicated below are enough for a sauce to & # 8220sear & # 8221 10 & # 8211 12 the right meatballs in size, which means about 3 & # 8211 4 servings.

What do you need?

  • 400 g (2 small boxes) cooking cream with at least 30% fat
  • 80 g (1 small box) tomato paste with at least 24% dry matter
  • 2 - 3 bay leaves
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground sea salt
  • ½ teaspoon freshly ground mixed pepper
  • a powder of sugar
  • A few red peppercorns for decoration.

How do you proceed?

Pour the cream into a high-walled saucepan and heat over medium heat.

Incorporate the tomato paste into the cream, stirring.

Season with salt, sugar and pepper, then add the bay leaves.

Bring to a boil and then let the sauce simmer for 3-4 minutes.

Add the meatballs to the sauce (fried in oil or baked in the oven) and let them boil in the sauce for 7-8 minutes. The meatballs are already cooked, they just need to heat up and soak in the sauce.


Put the meatballs (3 to 5 pieces, depending on their size) in a deep plate, cover them with sauce to your heart's content and decorate the plate with a few red peppercorns. You can also add two or three parsley leaves (but it is not mandatory) to make the plate more colorful.

You can accompany the plate with a glass of dry white wine (a Frâncușă de Cotnari, for example), and to clean the sauce from the plate (usually seen in French restaurants) use a few slices of fresh baguette, preferably wholemeal flour.


Chiftelute Marinate II

So, grind the meat, mix it with the spices and greens from the recipe, which were previously washed and grated. Mix well, make the paste from which the meatballs are formed. We fry them in oil or in the oven (my case). Put the meatballs in an oven-resistant form after they have been fried.

Separately make the tomato sauce, put oil (3-4 tablespoons) in a saucepan and add 2-3 tablespoons of flour, leave on the fire for 2-3 minutes, then add the tomato broth, season with salt, sugar (if it is the case, for me it was not that I used my tomato broth that has everything it needs in it) we put the peppercorns, the bay leaves and we boil for a few minutes.

When the sauce is ready, strain it through a sieve to get rid of the peppercorns and bay leaves, and pour over the meatballs. Keep in the oven until the mashed potatoes we serve next to these marinated meatballs are ready. That's about the recipe.
What did I do?
I took the meatballs out of the freezer, put them in the pan and put them in the oven. During this time I made the sauce and when it was ready I combined the 2 and put it in the oven until the puree was ready.


What's the secret to fluffy, tender and juicy meatballs?

The secret of fluffy meatballs lies in 2 aspects: the meat used and the loosening agent. The best and fluffiest meatballs are made from fatter pork (with at least 30% fat). As we reduce the fat in the meat or use lean beef, chicken or turkey we will have to understand that the meatballs will also be denser, stronger. The loosening agent can be bread crumbs soaked in milk or water, breadcrumbs mixed with milk or grated vegetables (potatoes, carrots, zucchini). Here you see how I made some chicken meatballs with grated zucchini.

There is no fixed recipe for meatballs and each housewife prepares them as she learned at home: with or without onions, with certain greens (dill, parsley), with more or less garlic, with dried thyme, cumin or paprika ). Also, the meatballs can be portioned and shaped to different sizes and shapes (spherical, oval, flat, etc.), they can be rolled or not in flour or breadcrumbs and they can be classically fried in oil or baked. in the oven (see recipe here). In this case, they are no longer rolled through anything but greased with oil.

In the family Oana meatballs are made with onions, garlic and thyme & # 8211 see recipe for simple meatballs. In our house we don't put onions or thyme but cumin and we only use pork & # 8211 see the recipe for Transylvanian meatballs. They all have a perfect consistency and are delicious.

In Transylvania, they are called meatballs, but I also came across the notion of meatballs in other areas of the country. Roasts are usually with potatoes or other grated vegetables and are specific to Moldova. When I make classic meatballs, I don't mix pumpkin or potatoes or other vegetables. For this I recommend the recipe minced meat croquette.

From 600 g of minced pork we made 16 medium-sized fluffy meatballs. You can make them bigger or smaller. The idea is that it would be nice for them to come out approximately equal because that's how they will fry properly.


Chiftelute Marinate II

So, grind the meat, mix it with the spices and greens from the recipe, which were previously washed and grated. Mix well, make the paste from which the meatballs are formed. We fry them in oil or in the oven (my case). Put the meatballs in an oven-resistant form after they have been fried.

Separately make the tomato sauce, put oil (3-4 tablespoons) in a saucepan and add 2-3 tablespoons of flour, leave on the fire for 2-3 minutes, then add the tomato broth, season with salt, sugar (if it is the case, for me it was not that I used my tomato broth that has everything it needs in it) we put the peppercorns, the bay leaves and we boil for a few minutes.

When the sauce is ready, strain it through a sieve to get rid of the peppercorns and bay leaves, and pour over the meatballs. Keep in the oven until the mashed potatoes we serve next to these marinated meatballs are ready. That's about the recipe.
What did I do?
I took the meatballs out of the freezer, put them in the pan and put them in the oven. During this time I made the sauce and when it was ready I combined the 2 and put it in the oven until the puree was ready.


Method of preparation

Because I "baked" several meatballs, I thought, to marinate half of them. A goodness came out!

How to prepare meatballs: Put the minced meat in a bowl and mix with the onion and garlic given on a small grater, egg, breadcrumbs and dill. Homogenize and season with salt, pepper and paprika. Form balls from the composition obtained that we roll through flour. We place them in a tray lined with baking paper and put them in the preheated oven for 35-40 minutes, over medium heat. Halfway through baking, turn them on the other side.


How to prepare the sauce: Put the oil in a saucepan and when it heats up, add the tomato paste that has been diluted in 100 ml of soup. Let it boil for a few minutes and add the rest of the soup and the dissolved starch (flour). Mix well and let it boil for 4-5 minutes, then add the meatballs, spices, sugar and vinegar. After 5 minutes turn off the heat and sprinkle with chopped parsley. Cover the pan with a lid and leave for at least 10 minutes. Marinated meatballs can be served with mashed potatoes, pasta or rice. Good appetite!

Marinated meatballs with rice noodles

For the meatballs, soak the slice of bread in water, squeeze it well, then put it on the large grater.

Marinated meatballs

- we make the meatballs first, according to a recipe that I presented to you before. We remind her again,



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