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Potato Rolls with Mushrooms

Type: Mains
Servings: 6
Ready in: 2 hours
Calories: High
It is an original vegetable dish, which can be consumed during fasting if the sour cream is excluded. The potato rolls or kruchenyky might be filled with braised cabbage or other vegetables.

Ingredients

Potatoes 1 kg
Champignon 500 g
Onions 2 pieces
Egg 1 pieces
Breadcrumbs 4 tbsp
Smetana (sour cream) 1 tbsp
Dairy butter 1 tbsp
Salt to taste
Ground black pepper to taste
Lettuce leaves 1 bunch

 

Stages of cooking

1
Peel, rinse and boil the potatoes in salted water. Then mash them while they are still hot. Slightly cool them.
2
Put the raw egg, 2 tbsp of breadcrumbs, dairy butter, sour cream, salt, pepper in the still warm mashed potatoes; stir it up well.
3
Peel and dice the onion, and then brown it in vegetable oil.
4
Rinse and chop the mushrooms, add them to the onion, fry them with onion until ready (some 10-20 mins). Cool it.
5
Shape the 5mm thick circles of mashed potatoes, and then put the mushroom stuffing in the middle of it. Roll them up.
6
Dip the potato rolls in breadcrumbs, and then fry from all sides in the vegetable oil. Put them onto paper napkin to get rid of oil’s excesses. Serve hot with sour cream or mushroom sauce.

 

 

 

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