Polish meatballs “Klopsiki”
Who can resist meatballs? The Polish version called Klopsiki tickles the taste buds with a light spiciness and can be prepared easily and quickly.
- 800 g ground beef
- 300 ml cream 10%
- 1 medium onion
- Marjoram, chilli powder, black pepper
- 100 g of flour
- 80 g of butter
With meatballs even inexperienced cooks can hardly do anything wrong. Normally, it is important to mix minced meat with other ingredients that perform a kind of sticking function. Otherwise, the balls dissolve during frying or roasting. Usually eggs and soaked bread or bread crumbs fulfill the job. The Klopsiki, however, can do without eggs - ideal for people who are allergic to them.
These meatballs do not require binding ingredients because they are not fried. They are gently cooked in the oven. A creamy sauce of butter, cream and flour covers the Klopsiki and provides a delicious contrast to the crispy balls. Add plenty of spices because minced meat requires a lot of them.