Meat Koftas| Beef Koftas

Meat Koftas| Beef Koftas

The meat koftas or beef koftas are good for barbecues and summer grills, serve with lots of salad and boiled rice. Meat koftas recipe or beef kotas recipe is a simple meat recipe for you that can be served as a great meal at dinner table for your friends and family.

 

 

Ingredients: Meat Koftas| Beef Koftas

 

 

Lean beef or lean meat                                 225g

Wholemeal breadcrumbs                             75 g

Spring onion, chopped                                  2

Fresh parsley                                                 1 tbsp

Lemon rind, grated                                        1

Egg white                                                         1

Black pepper                                                    to taste

Paprika                                                              to taste

Lemon rind and fresh parsley                        for garnish

 

 

 

Preparation Method: Meat Koftas| Beef Koftas

 

 

Place the meat or beef in a food processor with the breadcrumbs, spring onions, parsley, lemon rind, egg white. And pepper. Process the mixture until it is finely chopped and begins to bind together. Alternatively, use a mincer.

Divide the mixture into eight even-sized pieces and shape into long ovals around eight wooden or bamboo skewers.

Sprinkle the paprika on the meat koftas or beef koftas and cook under a hot grill or on a barbecue for about 8-10 minutes, turning occasionally, until browned and cook through.

Garnish with lemon rind and parsley leaves, then serve meat koftas or beef koftas hot with lemon rice and salad.

 

 

Serve                                    4 persons

 

Nutrition Notes

Meat Koftas| Beef Koftas

 

Per portion

 

Energy                                 128 Kcals

Fat                                       4.7 g

Saturated fat                      1.61g

Cholesterol                         10.13mg

Fibre                                    1.33g

2017-04-29T13:17:28+00:00 September 22nd, 2016|Appetizer, Banners, Beef Dishes, Healthy Eating, Lamb/Mutton Dishes, RECIPES|0 Comments

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