Kurdan Kebab

Meat 1296 Last Update: Mar 04, 2021 Created: Mar 02, 2021 1 0 0
Kurdan Kebab
  • Serves: 4 People
  • Prepare Time: 1 hour 30 m
  • Cooking Time: 1 hour 30 m
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Easy
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Kurdan Kebab is a very tasty Turkish dish. Translated from Turkish "kurdan kebab" means a meat ball on a stick. You can also say that this is an "envelope" of fried eggplants with a juicy meatball sealed inside, baked in tomato sauce.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Cut off the crusts from the bread and soak it in milk. Add squeezed bread, parsley and very finely chopped onions to the minced meat. Add salt and black pepper. Mix well. Since there are no eggs in the minced meat, it is necessary to beat the minced meat well so that in the future it keeps its shape well.
  2. Cut the eggplants into thin slices about 0.5 cm thick. Lubricate the eggplant slices with vegetable oil and fry on both sides in a pan.
  3. Transfer the fried eggplant from the pan to paper towels to remove excess fat.
  4. We spread 2 slices of eggplant in a crisscross pattern.
  5. We put a meat ball in the center.
  6. Wrap the inner edges tightly.
  7. Then we wrap the two outer edges, string cherry on a toothpick and fasten this whole "structure".
  8. We put the blanks in a baking dish.
  9. Preparing the fill. We mix hot water, tomato paste, salt and spices (I have dried garlic and basil). The pouring should cover just over half of the kebabs in the mold. We bake in the oven at 180 ° C for 40-50 minutes.
  10. Kurdan kebabs - juicy meat balls in the arms of an eggplant are ready.
  11. Serve hot with any side dish. Today we have mashed potatoes. We help ourselves!

Kurdan Kebab



  • Serves: 4 People
  • Prepare Time: 1 hour 30 m
  • Cooking Time: 1 hour 30 m
  • Calories: -
  • Difficulty: Easy

Kurdan Kebab is a very tasty Turkish dish. Translated from Turkish "kurdan kebab" means a meat ball on a stick. You can also say that this is an "envelope" of fried eggplants with a juicy meatball sealed inside, baked in tomato sauce.

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Cut off the crusts from the bread and soak it in milk. Add squeezed bread, parsley and very finely chopped onions to the minced meat. Add salt and black pepper. Mix well. Since there are no eggs in the minced meat, it is necessary to beat the minced meat well so that in the future it keeps its shape well.
  2. Cut the eggplants into thin slices about 0.5 cm thick. Lubricate the eggplant slices with vegetable oil and fry on both sides in a pan.
  3. Transfer the fried eggplant from the pan to paper towels to remove excess fat.
  4. We spread 2 slices of eggplant in a crisscross pattern.
  5. We put a meat ball in the center.
  6. Wrap the inner edges tightly.
  7. Then we wrap the two outer edges, string cherry on a toothpick and fasten this whole "structure".
  8. We put the blanks in a baking dish.
  9. Preparing the fill. We mix hot water, tomato paste, salt and spices (I have dried garlic and basil). The pouring should cover just over half of the kebabs in the mold. We bake in the oven at 180 ° C for 40-50 minutes.
  10. Kurdan kebabs - juicy meat balls in the arms of an eggplant are ready.
  11. Serve hot with any side dish. Today we have mashed potatoes. We help ourselves!

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