Semolina chops - tender memories from kindergarten. What could be easier? It is delicious, if desired - sweet.. And after all can be and not sweet... And can be and not fry... And can be and balls... In a word, I was carried away... For those who are interested - an educational program on semolina
From milk, semolina, a little salt and sugar to boil porridge. But very thick.
Before you cook - think about what option you want to cook the meatballs.
Unsweetened-remove sugar and add salt.
Sweet - add vanilla.
I prefer the middle option-slightly sweet.
Ready porridge to cool to lukewarm.
Add the eggs to the porridge and mix thoroughly.
Eggs mix separately with a fork and add gradually,
since the liquid mass we do not need.
If it turned out watery -add a little flour.
Should get a gentle homogeneous mass.
Further-room for imagination.
- for sweet chops in the mass can be added raisins, nuts, poppy seeds, fruit pieces, berries;
- for unsweetened-cheese, herbs, pepper, pieces of boiled vegetables, grated fresh vegetables (tender consistency), olives, pieces of boiled meat.
Then with wet hands form the meatballs for frying.
And-spread in the heated oil in the pan.
Form an oval or round shape. You can roll in flour or breadcrumbs before hot.
You can not roll, as the pan does not stick.
Fry on both sides until Golden brown.
If you decide to make a couple, the dough is better thicker... since the boiling point of the product is pretty sprawled to the sides and swollen.
You can add the above components.
I added only the poppy seed and formed balls.
Steam cooker liberally lubricate with oil.
Cook for a couple of 10-15 minutes.
Let cool a little and then take out and serve.
Alternatively, the balls can roll in grated cheese and bake in the oven.