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12 “Lazy” Meat Rissoles Recipe

“Lazy” Meat Rissoles Recipe

Posted on November 22, 2010 by team


A very easy but tasty recipe of meat rissoles with rice and cabbage.

At first we should prepare mincemeat. To make it we use both beef, which will make the dish succulent and pork, which will make it delicate. We take beef and pork in 1\1 proportion, and we also need salt, sweet paprika, pepper and household soda (one tea spoon of each ingredient).

We mix everything and put into the fridge for 1-3 days.

We get the mincemeat out of the fridge.

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12 Responses to ““Lazy” Meat Rissoles Recipe”

  1. Great Brit says:

    Turd

  2. JayNogg says:

    FIRST! Looks amazing!!!!!!!!!

  3. Maraudon says:

    watching this making me drool

  4. DougW says:

    Sexth! nom nom nom

  5. mr first says:

    sixth!

  6. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Any lady posters game to cooking this for “poor little” asteroid no. 444?

  7. oleg says:

    yummy
    but my definition of lazy is under 10 min hard kitchen work

  8. oleg says:

    A really lazy recipe:

    1) put meat into steamer
    2) add pepper
    3) press the “20 min” button.
    4) Consume with ketchup and onions

  9. Natasha says:

    This post made me hungry! :D

  10. Colin says:

    Greetings Russian blogger person from South Carolina (USA)!

    I read your blog almost everyday. It’s part of my daily ritual. Very interesting, and your new recipe posts are my favorite! I was trying to think of something to make for dinner, and I happened to remember this recipe. Since the people I cook for are Jewish (though not myself), I have to adhere to certain cooking restrictions. So, unfortunately no pork or beef…*sad face* Still, I made it almost exactly, but instead with ground turkey I seasoned with fake “beef” broth, onion soup mix, and Worcestershire sauce. Incredibly delicious! Everyone loved it, and I will certainly make this often. Thank you very much for your awesome Russlish blog.

    On another note, do you know any Russian recipes that DON’T use mayo, sour cream, or pickles? *grin*

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