Raw Meatball

Introduction: Raw Meatball

A traditional Turkish snack made with cracked wheat and season with some hot sauces and herbs.

Ingredients:

Crack Wheat (Bulgur in Turkish)

Raw Meatball Mixture (Flake Pepper, Isot Flake Pepper, Salt, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Black Pepper, Cummin, Allspice)

Onion

2 Tomatos

Parsley

Scallion

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Step 1:

2 pieces of tomato, one medium onion (100gr) shall be planed into a plate. Parsley and scallion are copped to very thin bits in a different plate.

Step 2:

Cracked Wheat is put into a large pan. Previously planed tomato, onion added and kneaded for 15-20 mins. Add tomato or pepper paste or add both and knead again for 5 mins.

Step 3:

Our Raw Meatball that reached to the right consistency are added with onion, pepper mixture and scallion and kneaded for 4-5 mins.

Step 4:

Fist Meatballs. Its served with lettuce. Lemon or pomegranate syrup could be added on while eating.

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    7 Discussions

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    RoarR1
    RoarR1

    4 years ago

    I love cig köfte, but the bulgur has to be some kind of specific bulgur, right? Some is grinded more finely than other types of bulgur?

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    bilgeeef
    bilgeeef

    4 years ago

    and it looks like that on that step because of the paste

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    bilgeeef
    bilgeeef

    4 years ago

    it is uncooked. and it tastes delicious

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    Cheese Queen
    Cheese Queen

    4 years ago

    Is the bulgar wheat uncooked?

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    ironsmiter
    ironsmiter

    Reply 4 years ago

    from the look of image one, step two...

    I would say, definitely cooked. (could you imagine uncooked? poor teeth)

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    Cheese Queen
    Cheese Queen

    4 years ago

    Is the bulgar wheat uncooked?