Meatballs with mushrooms and tomato sauce

Meatballs with mushrooms and tomato sauce

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Put all the ingredients in the robot and mix until you get a homogeneous paste. With a wet hand, form the meatballs, which you put in a pan greased with olive oil, sprinkle with dried thyme and bake until golden brown.

We boil the mushrooms in salted water. We drain them from the water and after they have cooled we cut them in half.

Finely chop the green onions and garlic, heat them a little in a few tablespoons of olive oil, then add the mushrooms.

Separately prepare tomato sauceWe boil the water. We "dissolve" the flour with the tomato juice and pour it over the boiling water. We also put the bay leaf and boil a few more.

Over the hardened mushrooms we put the tomato sauce and the cooked meatballs, we match the taste of salt and pepper.

Serve sprinkled with freshly chopped dill.

1. Peel the mushrooms, wash, chop and mix with the greens.
2. Peel a squash, grate it and chop it finely.
3. In a bowl, mix the mushrooms, greens, chopped onion, breadcrumbs, salt and ground pepper. Form the meatballs, pass through another layer of breadcrumbs and then fry.
4. Separately, in a saucepan, put the margarine to melt and quench with flour and lukewarm milk. Stir gently until it reaches the consistency of a ciulamale. After boiling, add the dill and crushed garlic and season with salt and pepper to taste. The meatballs are served with white sauce.

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Pork muscles with mushrooms, tomatoes and garlic ,a recipe simple, tasty and easy to prepare. It is perfect for a family lunch, a quick dinner or for when you are in a time crisis.

  • 500-600 g pork muscle
  • 400 g diced tomatoes
  • 250 g canned mushrooms
  • 2 tablespoons tomato broth
  • 5-6 cloves of garlic
  • 5-6 tablespoons olive oil
  • salt and freshly ground pepper
  • dry or green thyme

Method of preparation pork muscles with mushrooms and garlic

Cut the muscle into not very thin slices and brown it nicely on both sides, over medium heat, large in a pan with the 5-6 tablespoons of oil.

Then we take it out on a plate.

In the remaining oil, quickly heat the garlic passed through the press, add the diced canned tomatoes with their juice, tomato broth, salt and pepper to taste.

Boil for 5-7 minutes, add the mushrooms and dried thyme.

Then we put the pieces of meat back in the pan.

We cook only a few more minutes, enough to combine the flavors because, the muscle being a very tender meat, it becomes gummy if it is overcooked.

The meat will have to remain tender and juicy.

Along with a pot of natural potatoes it went great. Enjoy!

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How to make tomato sauce?

The recipe for the tomato sauce is an old and simple one. It is also called tomato sauce. You can use homemade broth, canned, diced or whole tomatoes or canned tomato paste. I chose to make it with tomato paste. The classic spices are celery and / or bay leaves. It's kind of sos bechamel quenched with tomatoes and water (instead of milk).

There is also an Italian red sauce (marinara) that is prepared differently (with tomatoes and garlic) - see here.

From the ingredients below you get approx. 400 ml of tomato sauce - enough for 4 servings.

  • 250 ml tomato paste
  • 150 ml of soup or water
  • 20 g flour
  • 2-3 tablespoons of oil
  • salt
  • 1 tablespoon grated sugar
  • 1 small onion
  • celery or bay leaves

Method of preparation

A hundred-year-old Italian recipe, loved by children and adults alike. A basic recipe for many housewives, because from a single dish they can feed, with a minimum of effort, several hungry mouths. Delicious meatballs, fragrant sauce… what don't you like about this recipe?

For meatballs: mix the chopped onion, finely chopped onion, crushed garlic, egg, a few sprigs of parsley, salt and pepper. With a wet hand, form the meatballs, which are passed through flour and fried in hot oil.

For the sauce: harden the onion and, when it has turned golden, add the finely chopped tomatoes (without skins). Season with salt and pepper. Let it boil for 5 minutes.

Put a tablespoon of oil in a non-stick pan, place the cooked and drained pasta, meatballs, sauce. Bake for 10-15 minutes.

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Mushroom stew with tomato sauce - simple and quick fasting recipe

Mushroom stew recipe with tomato sauce, a simple and quick fasting dish. It goes great with polenta or fresh bread.

We are still in the fasting period and we need as many simple and quick ideas for the daily menu as possible. I recently made this mushroom stew and because we really liked it, I decided to put it on the blog for you too.

>>> Here you will find more fasting recipes >> See here other recipes cooked in multicooker

But I just can't put unwashed mushrooms in my food. I keep thinking that I don't know where and how they grew, how they were harvested and where they were stored until I bought them. So that's it, it's not right, since I wash the mushrooms responsibly, I clean the part of the stalk that was in the ground and only then I use them for cooking.

>>> Here you will find more recipes with mushrooms

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Vegan meatballs with quinoa, mushrooms and nuts in tomato sauce and baked peppers

by The Smart Cuisine · October 15, 2014

My favorite recipe for vegan meatballs. Easy to prepare, low in calories, healthy and above all, mega-delicious. Along with a sauce of tomatoes and baked peppers they wreak havoc!

When I think of childhood, and especially the moments shared in the kitchen in the fall, I automatically remember these meatballs in sauce that my mother cooks… it smelled so nice in the whole house, and when we could all on them there was nothing left . Now… these meatballs were made of meat, but I will tell you without hesitation that the recipe I will share with you today is much tastier. The sauce with which it is served is a little improved, and the meatballs are made of mushrooms, quinoa and walnuts, a delight for any taste bud.

There is nothing left of them… I barely managed to take 2-3 more pictures in a hurry. If you want too, get to work!

Video: Υπέροχα κεφτεδάκια με σάλτσα. foodaholics (June 2022).


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