ملفوف محشي بالرز و اللحمه المفرومه / Malfouf mahshi


Malfouf mahshi

Aveti nevoie de o varza mijlocie, 1 cana si jumatate carne tocata, 1 ceapa, 1 cana orez, usturoi,
2-3 lingurite condimente: cumin, chimen, coriandru, scortisoara, sare, piper negru.
ulei, 1 cana suc de lamaie, apa - pt fiert

Se amesteca carnea, cu usturoiul si orezul, apoi se adauga uleiul si condimentele. ( eu am adaugat si putin suc de rosii si putina menta uscata)
Fierbeti foile de varza pana se inmoaie si apoi formati sarmalutele. ( sub forma de trabuc - subtiri si lungi -eu le-am facut cum mi-a fost mai usor ca nu am avut timp f mult la dispozitie) . Le asezati straturi in oala, printre ele puteti pune usturoi intreg, si sa presarati condimente( chimion, chimen, scortisoara)adaugati apa si sucul de lamaie si fierbeti circa o ora - o ora jumate. :)
F bune :)

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I used this recipe: ( from here: http://mimicooks.com/2007/12/stuffed-cabbage-malfouf.html

Malfouf (Stuffed-Cabbage)

1 Medium Cabbage
1 ½ cups ground beef or ground lamb
1 medium diced onion
1 cup short grain rice Garlic, you need few whole garlic cloves peeled and some minced. Optional, you may use whole head of garlic with the peel in between the layers
2 to 3 teaspoons of the following spices: Cumin, Caraway, Coriander, Cinnamon, Salt and Black Pepper.
Cooking oil
1 cup Lemon juice
1 cup water or as needed

Mix rice with minced meat and onion- * I added tomato sauce.
add cooking oil and spices (Cumin, Caraway, Coriander, Salt and Black Pepper) . )* I added a few dried mint.
Boil the cabbage leaves in boiling salted water until they are soft enough to roll. Cut the leaves to form a cigar size roll. Place stuffing on each leaf and make cabbage rolls.
Layer in a pot.
Sprinkle with salt, caraway and cumin in between layers.
Add water and lemon juice.
Place a plate on top boil. Cover pot and then simmer for an hour or an hour and a half - until rice is completely cooked.
optional: Place the whole garlic heads in between them




source : http://mimicooks.com/2007/12/stuffed-cabbage-malfouf.html

2 comments:

Summer said...

Karmis, thanks for posting my video on your site! i cannot read your language but i thought you might have included your recipe and mine and you added your own touch to my recipe by adding the tomatoes and the dry mint. sounds delicious!
again, i just wanted to thank you for linking to my blog and embedding my video on your blog. have a great day. thanks.

Carmys said...

thanks summer. your blog is amazing! and the malfouf was very tasty..thanks for the recipe. yes, the romanian version is with your recipe but with tomatoes and dry mint. :)