Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins
Call them Frikadellen, Buletten, Fleischpflanzerl, Fleischküchle or Klopse. Whatever they are called, German meat patties are the best. Enjoy!
- 1 baguette or equal quantity of any white bread, cut into very small pieces
- 453.59 g ground beef (or half pork, half beef)
- 1 small onion, finely chopped
- 2 eggs
- 14.79 ml mustard
- 1 vegetables, crushed or 1 meat stock, cube crushed
- 59.14 ml fresh parsley, chopped
- olive oil
- Soak the bread in water, then squeeze out the water.
- In a bowl, mix the meat, onion, eggs, bread, mustard, stock cube, parsley and pepper and knead until you get an even mixture.
- Form flat hamburgers no bigger than the palm of your hand.
- In a frying pan, fry the hamburgers in olive oil until cooked through.
Excellent. These beef patties are flavorful and moist. Thank you
These are very similar to the way I make mine (really MIL recipe)...there were a few new ingredients and a few missing...DH really enjoyed them although he noticed right away they were different...very easy to prepare...I served them with potato pancakes and green beans with bacon. Made a yummy dinner...Thanks for posting...Made for Fall PAC 2011
Yum and ~Tasty Dish~ approved! ("This is tasty meat, Mommy!") I used half lamb/half beef, plain yellow mustard (out of brown which I was planning to use). I skipped the stock cube and used fresh parsley from our CSA box. Served with root vegetable mash: celeriac, sweet potatoes, Yukons; and a simple spinach salad for our dinner on Wednesday. Patties were cooked in rice bran oil which has a higher smoke point than olive oil. Thanks for posting! Will make again!