Firinda köfte - baked Turkish meatballs with vegetables
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Forb. tid 40minutter
Tilb. tid 1time15minutter
Samlet tid 1time55minutter
500gramminced beef or lamb
2slicesbread,soaked i milk
½bunchitalian parsley,finely chopped
½teaspoonPul biber / chili flakes
1teaspoonsalt and pepper
4garlic cloves,finely chopped
400gramtomatoes,(or 1 can)
1teaspoonpul biber / chili flakes
Sådan gør du
The meatballs:1: place the bread slices in milk and let them suck the liquid.2: chop the onion and parsley.3: gently squeeze excess milk from the bread slices and crumble it into crumbs4: Mix the bread, spices, meat, onion and parsley together and form flat balls about the size of the potatoes and eggplant-slices.5: keep the meatballs in the fridge until required for use.
Vegetables: 6: Cut potatoes into approximately 1-1½ cm thick round slices 7: Peel the eggplant, so that it has stripes (it takes some of the bitterness). Cut lengthwise into large, long slices. and then cut the slices into 3 pieces. All vegetable pieces should be about the same length and thickness. 8: Cut the top of the peppers, take out the seeds, and cut the pepper into 3-4 pieces.
Tomato sauce:9: chop the garlic finely.10: Mix everything together, so it's ready to use.
11: Roast the vegetables in the pan in a little olive oil. They should just roast slightly and barely take color. Put dem in an ovenproof dish afterwards.12: roast the köfte, so they get a little crust and place them on top of the vegetables.13: pour the tomato sauce over. It shouldnt just barely be half full. Add more if necessary.14: Cut slices of the fresh tomatoes and put dem on top of the meatballs. This prevent them from drying out.15: Place the dish in the warm oven on 180 degrees (not hot air) for about 1 hour and 15 minutes. Plug in the vegetables and see if they are tender. If so, it's ready.16: Let it cool for a little while and serve with a fresh green salad and some bread.
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