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Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

Kateryna YagovychFood
A hearty nest of minced meat. Source: myfoodbook.com.au

If you have minced meat, don't rush to make cutlets out of it. A much better idea would be to make nests out of it. Use a lot of cheese and pineapples for the filling - it will be very juicy. In addition, the dish is moderately oily because it is baked in the oven.

The idea of making chicken nests with cheese and pineapple was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Natalia with the nickname nata.cooking. Canned pineapple is fine.

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

Ingredients:

  • minced chicken - 500 g
  • eggs - 1 pc.
  • breadcrumbs - 50 g or 2 tablespoons of flour
  • sour cream - 2-3 tbsp
  • onion - 1 pc.
  • carrot - 1 pc.
  • greens
  • spices (salt and Italian spice mix)
  • canned pineapple - 100 g
  • cheese - 100 g

Method of preparation:

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

1. For frying, chop the onion, grate the carrots and fry everything in vegetable oil until golden brown.

2. Add the fried meat, chopped greens, egg, breadcrumbs, spices and sour cream to the minced meat (to make the minced meat juicy).

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

3. Stir until smooth.

4. Form balls with wet hands.

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

5. Put them on a baking sheet covered with parchment.

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

6. Make a well and add the filling.

Tastier than cutlets: hearty minced chicken nests in the oven

7. Bake at 180 degrees for 30-40 minutes until golden brown.

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