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Baked bread rings stuffed with meat and cheese.

9-10 bread rings;

Minced meat ½ lbs;

Onion ½ units; 

Carrot 1 unit;

Grated cheese ½ cups;

Milk 1 cup;

Garlic 1 clove;

Salt, Pepper;

It is a very simple recipe, usually prepared when you need to prepare something fast, unusual and delicious. This is a recipe of my grandmother; she loved to cook it for us as a tasty treat for the Friday night :-)

Your dry bread rings presoak in 1 cup of warm milk, it should be a little bit warmer than the room temp. You can preheat it for 20-30 seconds in a microwave. Presoak bread-rings for 20-25 minutes until you will find that the bread rings became soft, but not too soft to break the shape.

While the bread rings are pre-soaking take your 1/2/ lbs. of minced meat, finely shop the onion and grate the carrot, 1 clove of garlic should be chopped very-very fine (if you have garlic press- better use it). Mix carrot, onion, garlic and minced meat, add salt and black pepper according to your taste. (1 teaspoon of both: salt and black freshly ground pepper should be fine).

Take your presoaked bread rings and put them on oiled baking sheet. Put inside each bread ring the stuffing and cover each bread ring with cheese.

Bake for about 15-20 minutes at 300-350 F.

Your bread rings are ready to serve.

You can also cover them with finely chopped dill it will add the great aroma and taste!

 

 

 

 

 

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