Meat and Potato Cutlets
Aug21

Meat and Potato Cutlets

The word cutlet is a bit of a culinary mystery – everyone has their own interpretation of what it means. Throughout most of Europe, a cutlet is a thinly-sliced cut of meat (usually pork or veal) that is beaten, covered in breadcrumbs, and fried (think schnitzel). This is the same in the US, but they are mostly made with chicken breasts. The Japanese like to use pork (tonkatsu). Australia uses either chicken or lamb. Great Britain is a...

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Little Twins
Apr16

Little Twins

Ingredients: Ground meat Cheese Bread Egg Salt Pepper Put the bread in a small amount of water. After 15 minutes, it will become soft. Then make porridge out of it. Mix ground meat with salt and pepper to taste. Shred the cheese on medium grater. Mix bread and cheese. Then add the egg. Mix mass with ground meat. Then make small cutlets. Heat up a Frying Pan to medium. Fry the patties on each side until golden brown. Bon appetit!...

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