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Some small but fine ideas for lunch and dinner, but also as fingerfood party snack not only for children's birthday parties I would like to present here now. Almost everyone likes burgers like meatballs and hamburgers.
I find it nice that these are very easy to cook or fry. The preparation does not take longer than 15 minutes. This circumstance is very welcome especially in everyday life when it has to go fast again.
Table of contents:
- Mushroom meat patties with cheese au gratin
- List of ingredients and preparation of mushroom patties
- Recipe for tasty oat cheese roastings
- Ingredients list and preparation - delicious oat-cheese roastings
Mushroom meat patties with cheese au gratin
Mushrooms are delicious, low in calories and fat-free. Therefore also figure-friendly and also in the best way suitable for all those are straight in a diet. Furthermore mushrooms contain important ballast and mineral substances as well as vitamin B. In combination with important protein from good quality organic beef and cheese it is a delicious and nutritious food for everyone who likes meat.
Since I have been eating mainly fruit, vegetables, rice and fish in the last few months, I am currently changing my diet a little. So I ring in my personal meat phase! That means, if possible 2 times a week a piece of meat in whatever form. Steak, beef fillet, meatballs, chicken breast from the organic farmer or similar. In combination with an extensive and challenging training plan and a lot of training , which is especially designed for cardio (endurance), 1-2 kg should be in it in a relatively short time. 🙂
List of ingredients and preparation of mushroom patties
2 eggs, butter for frying, 250g mushrooms, 500g minced beef (organic beef), grated Gouda and some salt and pepper.
Clean the mushrooms, cut into small pieces with a kitchen knife and sauté in a pan with a little butter. While frying the mushrooms, put the eggs in a large bowl and add the minced meat. Now knead the mixture with your hands and season with salt and pepper.
Then remove the mushrooms from the hotplate, allow to cool if necessary and add to the minced meat in the bowl. Knead the whole thing well again. Now put the pan back on the stove and add some butter if necessary. Then form meatballs from the meat mass-mushroom mixture, knock them a little flat, and fry the patties.
Shortly before the patties are ready, and don't have to be turned any more, you give some Gouda about them. As soon as the cheese has run out, it can be served. A fast and protein-rich dish, which contains hardly any carbohydrates! Enjoy your meal!
Recipe for tasty oat cheese roastings
On the menu today: Oat-cheese-patties! This type of hamburger patties without meat is not only very popular with adults, but also with children. Oat flakes are true sources of energy and contain around 350 kcal per 100g. This is not little, but oat flakes also contain a lot of unsaturated fatty acids and magnesium, and thus stimulate fat burning. It also contains 13-14g protein, making oatmeal a solid base for all kinds of dishes and foods.
Ingredients list and preparation - delicious oat-cheese roastings
list of ingredients:
- 200g oat flakes (pithy)
- 2 eggs
- 100ml milk
- 100g Gouda/Cheese (grated)
- a dash of vegetable stock
- various herbs (on your own taste)
The preparation is very simple. Simply mix the oat flakes with the eggs and milk and add some vegetable stock. Soak for about 10 minutes and leave to absorb.
Then add the remaining ingredients, mix again and season to taste. Form small or large thalers from the raw mixture and fry them over medium heat until they are golden brown. This kind of oat cheese meatballs taste great, and are also excellent as a party snack and finger food for young and old. Also for children's birthdays a tasty and above all sugar-free complementary dish next to cakes, tarts and other desserts. 😉
The roastings taste best when they are still warm. As a side dish I simply recommend herb quark or a light mixed salad. Enjoy your meal!
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