And we are left trahanas Mama Irene Pasta and it is delicious and I have some ingredients that I want to get out of the fridge and what can i do? Experiment! And what do I make? meatballs with trahana delicious and fluffy! Delicious! Very easy and smell delicious and I will not delay you with big introductions today! Let me tell you what you will need and give you a recipe to make them.
The whole recipe and the photo are by Eleni littlehands_blw
What we need
- Trahanas. I use of course pure trahana with bio goat milk Mama Irene Pasta In the recipe i give you the amount you will need with boiled trahana, but estimate that you will need about half a cup of uncooked trahana. Follow the instructions for boiling on the package and let it cool.
- Vegetables. Onion, carrot botyh of them grated.
- Parsley. Parsley. I always have chopped parsley ready in the freezer.
- Oat flakesThese fluffy meatballs with trahana were created with ingredients i wanted to finish.
- Cheese. And here came the feta that was left in the fridge, but also grated cream cheese because i wanted more flavor. A whole type of cheese can be included, but each one gives its own taste.
- Eggs. To combine the mixture.
- Extra virgin olive oil.
- Spices and herbs. Curry, oregano and thyme dried.
- Take advantage of the so-called leftovers trahana that you have left, preparing within 10 minutes our fluffy trahana meatballs.
- The ratio gives 16 pcs
- I did not try to freeze them but I do not know if I would do it because of the trachana.
- The trachanas must have cooled slightly to enter the mixture.
- 300 gr trahanas with bio goat milk Mama Irene Pasta (cooked)
- ½ chopped onion
- 100 gr chopped carrot
- 2 eggs
- 2 Tbsp chopped parsley
- 30 gr grated feta cheese
- 20 gr grated mozzarella
- 20 gr olive oil
- 40 gr organic smalloat flakes ‘wake up’
- 50 gr oat flour
- ½ tsp curry
- 1 tsp. oregano
- ½ tsp thyme
How to cook:
How to help little hands
- Allow the little hands to wash and then grate the vegetables.
- They can break the eggs and add them to the bowl.
- The little hands, of course, will mix the mixture with their hands, ideally wearing gloves.
- Finally, let them shape the trahana meatballs.