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Published on Nov 8, 2011
Hungarian Triple Meat Patties with Creamed Green Peas (Magyar Fasirozott és Zöldborsó Főzelék)
Another Hungarian Classic from the "Secrets of Hungarian Cooking" TM as revealed by Chef Helen Czegeny (Ilona Szabo) through her delightful recipe videos.
Fasirozott or loosely called "Fasirt", is nothing like the Western Style Hamburger. Hungarians take ground meat to new levels of taste, by using a combo of pork, beef and veal. Then if that wasn't already enough, the patty puts on a coat of crunchy bread crumbs and gets a light sauté in oil to create this crunchy outer layer while the meat inside is moist and flavourful. This is what creates that seriously and unmistakably wonderful taste, texture mouth-feel and aroma.
Fozelék is a special category in Hungarian cuisine all on it's own. It is not quite a soup, but neither a stew. The vegetables are julienned or cut into various sizes, sautéed in butter or light oil, thickened with either a rue or sour cream and milk slurry, then slowly simmered and served alongside spicy sausage, meat patties or pork chops or fried chicken. Another equally as delicious Fozelék would pare up with Fasirt is Creamed Squash.
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