Tsibulyachki meat rolls are very juicy and quite satisfying, by the way, they taste very much like barbecue. But, in any case, if you like any meat dishes, you will definitely like this one, there is no doubt about it.
When choosing meat, give preference to tenderloin or pork neck. Onions are suitable for both ordinary onions and purple. Sour cream should be purchased with absolutely any percentage of fat content. Mayonnaise can also be used together. When choosing vinegar, it is better to take ordinary or apple cider vinegar, only a little more than usual.
It is best to serve Tsibulyachki meat rolls either as an independent dish, or make a delicious salad for it, or, as an option, a side dish.
- Meat – 250 g.
- Onion – 1 pc.
- Sour cream – 40 g.
- Salt – to taste.
- Paprika – to taste.
- Vegetable oil – 75 ml.
- Sugar – 0.5 tsp.
- Flour – 2 tbsp. l. (1 tbsp. – when frying meat).
- Vinegar – 2 tbsp. l. (if vinegar is 9%, then it is advisable to dilute it in the same proportion with ordinary water).
How to cook:
1. So, peel and cut half the onion into half rings, and the other into cubes. Put the half rings in a deep bowl.
2. Add salt and sugar to them in equal proportions.
3. Now pour in the vinegar with the same amount of water. Leave it all to marinate for now. Cut the meat as you would for chops. Be sure to use a sharp knife in this procedure.
4. Put the pickled onions on the prepared pieces of meat.
5. Roll the meat into rolls.
6. Dip each piece in flour (1 tbsp will be enough).
7. Heat vegetable oil in a frying pan, lay out the rolls.
8. Fry them until nicely browned on all sides. Make the fire medium.
9. Now add sour cream to the rolls.
10. Pour in the paprika.
11. Then lay out the remaining flour.
12. Pour literally 60-70 ml of water.
13. Fry the remaining onion cubes in another pan, pouring literally 25 ml of vegetable oil into it.
14. Put the fried onion to the meat.
15. Now mix everything well.
16. Simmer the rolls on the lowest heat for 15-20 minutes, you can safely cover the pan from above with a lid.
These are the Tsibulyachki meat rolls!
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