— SUITABLE FOR PURE VEGETARIAN FOOD —
persian spice —advieh is a spice blend commonly used in Persian cooking; it is used extensively in traditional rice (advieh-e polo), meat dishes (kebab koobideh), stews (advieh-e khoresh) and many others.
Cardamom, Nutmeg, Rose Petal, Cinnamon, Turmeric, Coriander Seed, and Cumin Seed.
Different recipes use different quantities. Some recipes require just sprinkling over the cooked dish, while others are cooked with it. Check what your recipe needs.
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GOAT MEAT KOTLET
½ kg Goat Meat* | ground
½ kg Potato | boiled and mashed
In a blender put ½ tsp turmeric powder, ½ tsp black pepper powder, 1 tsp salt (or to taste), and 1½ Tbs persian spice —advieh. Add 2 eggs and give it a good whirl. Add the mashed potato and 100g onion (grated). Give this a proper mix, till everything looks well blended. Add the ground meat and blend the contents thoroughly.
Make roughly 2”-diameter-sized balls and place them a tray. Make sure that the balls are almost the same size. If you get 18–20 balls your division would be proper.
Keep handy a big bowl of bread crumbs. Take each ball and flatten it to not more than ½” thick. You can keep this like a disc shape or give it the traditional kotlet shape; like a tear-drop (narrow on one end and wide on the other). Coat each disc/tear-drop thoroughly with bread crumbs on all sides. Place each when done spaced out on a tray.
In a large shallow non-stick pan put some oil till all the pan base is covered. Heat the oil, first at high heat, and when the oil is hot, lower the heat. Put as many disc/teardrop that fit in the pan without touching each other. Fry both sides till golden brown. Drain off oil and place each kotlet on plate covered with paper towel to absorb excess oil. Repeat this till all the kotlets are fried. Serve dressed with onion rings, tomato slices, lime wedge or whatever.
* Traditionally the Persian Kotlet is made from beef, but you can get excellent results from goat, lamb, chicken and turkey meat.
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