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    Filete ruso

    What's the English for filete ruso de ternera?
    It is fried ground beef coated in egg and breadcrumbs.

    My attempts are:

    battered beefsteak
    Russian beefsteak

    What do you think?

    Thanks a lot for your help!


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    #2

    Re: Filete ruso

    I've never made this exact thing, but when we coat something in egg, and then in bread crumbs we call it "breaded". Maybe someone else can help more.

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    Re: Filete ruso

    I think it might be called a "beef rissole", I'm not sure.

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    Re: Filete ruso

    Maybe a "breaded Salisbury steak"?

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    Re: Filete ruso

    osted in food and groceries | 1 Comment 5
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    Best Ever Rissoles



    This is my family rissole recipe that is jam packed with flavour, inexpensive and healthy as well. I don’t have a recipe and I don’t measure the ingredients, so I had to make a guestimate at some of the measurements. You made need to adjust.
    Ingredients
    400g beef mince
    1/2 onion finely chopped or grated
    1 carrot, grated
    1 zucchini, grated
    1 egg
    1 tsp of dried mixed herbs
    3-4 tbsp of tomato sauce/ketchup
    salt and pepper to taste
    enough dried breadcrumbs to bind

    Method

    1. Combine all ingredients in a bowl. Mix well with your hands, adding enough breadcrumbs so that the mixture comes together without being sloppy.
    2. Shape into rissoles and refrigerate for 10 minutes or so.
    3. I like to fry these in a little macadamia nut oil flavoured with a little butter, but they BBQ and grill just as well.

    From:
    frugalandthriving.com.au/tag/frugal-recipes/



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    #6

    Re: Filete ruso

    Hmmm, I think I'll try this recipe.


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    Re: Filete ruso

    This sounds and looks delicious....and also healthier than a plain hamburger patty (without the vegetables and spices). So today we get a bonus....some English translation and also a tasty recipe! Thanks for posting, everyone!

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