Meatballs in carrot and tomato sauce recipe with photos step by step

Фрикадельки в морковно-томатном соусе рецепт с фото пошагово

Ingredients

Minced meat — 500 gr
Boiled rice — 100 gr
Onion — 4 heads
Garlic — To taste
Carrots — 1 piece
Tomato paste — 3 tbsp
Vegetable oil — 50 g
Salt — To taste
Black pepper — To taste
Egg — 1 piece
Dill — To taste

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  • 100 g Boiled rice
  • 4 onion heads
  • Garlic to taste
  • 1 piece Carrot
  • 3 tbsp Tomato paste
  • 50 g Vegetable oil
  • Salt to taste
  • To taste Black pepper
  • 1 piece Egg
  • To taste Dill
  • How to cook Meatballs in carrot and tomato sauce

    If you are tired of traditional dishes and want something delicious, unusual, but there is no time to bother with cooking, I suggest cooking meatballs in sauce according to this recipe.

    Step-by-step recipe

    1.

    To prepare minced meat for meatballs, you can use both beef and pork. I always take 50/50. So the meat turns out more tender and juicier.

    2.

    Peel the onion, wash it and twist 2 heads in a meat grinder into porridge. Mix with minced meat. Add salt, sprinkle with black pepper, add raw egg and already boiled rice. Then, with your hands, separating small portions of minced meat, roll them into balls.

    3.

    Sauce. Peel the onion, garlic and carrots and wash them. Finely chop the onion and garlic, grate the carrots. Then fry them in a frying pan. Add 3 tablespoons of tomato paste and a little water (you can use tomato juice, then you do not need to add water), add salt. Simmer the sauce for 15 minutes.

    4.
    • Фрикадельки в морковно-томатном соусе рецепт с фото пошагово

    Put the finished balls in a frying pan and fry them on high heat first until golden brown. Then reduce the heat to a minimum, pour out the same sauce and leave under the lid to simmer for 20 minutes.

    5.
    • Фрикадельки в морковно-томатном соусе рецепт с фото пошагово

    Serve portioned hot, pre-sprinkled with chopped dill.

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