Grechaniki is a unique dish of Ukrainian cuisine, which is prepared with or without minced meat. At first they started adding grains to the meat to save money, but then they realized it was tastier. So the Greeks became an independent dish. And if you add a special sauce to them, it will be much tastier.
- buckwheat – 220-240 grams raw (or if there are already 440-500 grams of boiled buckwheat)
- meat – 400-450 grams
- egg – 1 pc.
- onion – 2 pcs.
- carrots – 1 pc.
- flour – 50-100 grams
- tomato sauce – 1 tbsp. l. (or ketchup, or your own tomato sauce – 4-5 tablespoons)
- salt, pepper, bay leaf
Step by step cooking
Twist a sufficiently fat piece of meat into minced meat, and also an onion. Cook the buckwheat, when it cools down, add it to the minced meat. Add egg, pepper and salt to taste. Knead the mixture.
Heat a pan with oil. Form balls of Greek people, roll in flour. Fry on both sides.
Prepare the sauce. Fry the onion in oil until soft, add the carrots and fry together a little. Pour into a bowl, add tomato paste, salt, pepper,
Put the buckwheat in a bowl, pour over the sauce, add the parsley, simmer for 20-25 minutes. Sprinkle with herbs. Our dish is ready!