19 February, 2023
Posted in : sendwiches on by : admin_fadil
I made it according to the exact same recipe, only I stretched them to make them a little longer. The filling can be optional, and I will write what I put inside. The children were delighted, they were hungry immediately after their first bath. Mamaaaa, I'm hungry, my son said first. He is always hungry, if you wake him up in the middle of the night and ask if he would like to eat something, he will say yes, eat and go back to sleep. I didn't put salamis, hams, or any kebabs, burgers, but I used white meat as it was fresh, and I didn't feel like defrosting anything.
Filling for 6 blankets: 1 medium-sized white meat chicken, about 600-700 gr cooking oil egg, flour, milk, breadcrumbs 2 tomatoes 1/4 head of young cabbage sour cream, mayonnaise, trappist Preparation: Bone the white meat and remove the inner part of the meat. This is the part down to the bone, which is already half separated. Heat the oil in a pan, slightly weaker than the strongest, then roll each piece of meat in flour, a beaten egg with a couple of tablespoons of milk, and then in breadcrumbs. Bake for a short time, until it is only lightly browned, or a little longer if you like it more crispy. Place on a napkin. Slice the cabbage, add salt, a little oil and add half a cap of alcoholic vinegar and mix. Cut the tomato into slices. Open the blankets like buns for sandwiches, spread cream on one side, put cabbage, pieces of chicken on top, a little mayonnaise, tomato and grated cheese on top. On the other side of the kebab, spread sour cream or spread a little mayonnaise. That's it, you're ready.