Nowadays, many wake up with nostalgia for the old Soviet cuisine. For example, cutlets from childhood, which were sold in stores in the form of semi-finished products or were included in the menu of school, student, factory and catering canteens. They usually cost 11 kopecks.
for 10 chops
- meat – 550 g;
- pork – 250 g;
- white bread – 150 g;
- ice water – 200 g;
- bread – 100 g;
- fat for frying – 50 g;
- salt – 10 g;
- pepper – 0.6 g;
- onions – optional.
How to cook cutlets “11 kopecks each”, like in a Soviet canteen
- To prepare breading, dry slices of white bread or a loaf.
- Then grind them into crumbs.
- Both white breadcrumbs and soaked pulp can be added to cutlets.
- Combine the minced meat, chopped onion, bread or bread, salt, pepper, pour in ice water and mix.
- You have to knead the minced meat for a very long time.
- Then form elongated or round cutlets with a thickness of 1.5-2 cm, weighing 50, 75, 100 g, or simply with a mass and size according to the quantity you need and convenient placement in a baking dish.
- Bread chop blanks.
- Semi-finished cutlets can be frozen for later.
- Fry the cutlets in a pan on both sides until golden brown or until cooked through, about 10 minutes.
- Otherwise, put the fried cutlets on a greased baking sheet in a preheated oven and cook for about 20 minutes at 200°C.