Dressed roll

Submitted by enr on 02 Jan 2011
500 g puff pastry
150 g minced meat veal
150 g minced meat pork
150 g minced meat chicken
100 g ham +2 leaves thinly sliced ​​
30 g stale bread
100 ml cream
1 egg yolk + 1
2 tbsp flour
2 tbsp grated feta cheese Parmesan
1/2 cup dry white wine (type Marsala)
2 tbsp olive oil, 20 g butter
salt, pepper
Soak the bread in the cream. Mix the three types of meat with 100 g of ham cut into small cubes, beaten egg with salt and pepper and bread well squeezed. Add 1-2 tbsp of cream and Parmesan, stir well. On a sheet of baking paper, sprinkle with flour, put the mixture and roll curl. Sprinkle with remaining flour. In a deep skillet (or wok) heat the olive oil with the butter and fry the roll for a few minutes to turn pink. Add wine, turn down the heat and cover with a lid. Stew for around 30 minutes. Remove roll from the pan and let it cool and drain. Puff dough cut edges so that you get a nice rectangle. Wrap the roll with ham leaves and put it on one side of the dough and wrap on all sides if necessary cut the dough. brush with broken yolk with a little cream. Clippings from the dough can make optional decoration. Bake for 20 minutes at 220 C, then reduce to 190 and bake for 10 minutes. Allow to cool for 5 minutes and serve.
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02 Jan 2011
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As I read the recipe straight imagine what will be yummy.Some time ago I did something like this and many others. I liked it.Petya, dressed as prune this roll, do you crumble much puff dough?Would not it be better to make portions to avoid shedding?

Hello, akva7! Thanks for evaluation. Glad you liked the roll. I love to experiment therefore of ordinary meatloaf trying any encountered which is different and admit exactly what we did, but only cooked dough in the pan. the taste is really wonderful but it depends on each taste preferences. I think that will not crumble so much until very probably depend on the paste (imim account quality), but your idea is not a bad example by making shaped meatball dressed in dough for self serving. Try it, I wish you success!