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We soak the bread in water and drain it well,
In a bowl add the meat, bread, and other ingredients, season with salt and pepper to taste,
On an aluminum foil we spread 1/2 of the composition (with a wet hand or with a twist greased with oil)
Over the layer of meat we add the grated cheese, the vegetables (cooked before) and with the help of the foil we roll (taking care not to roll with the foil :))
For 2 rolls I boiled eggs in salted water,
I boiled the vegetables and then I ground them with a blender, I added the grated cheese and salt and pepper to taste.
I spread a layer of meat on the aluminum foil, on top of the meat I spread a layer of vegetables, we add sliced ham and eggs on the edge, with the help of the foil we roll,
Place in a tray lined with baking paper and put in the preheated oven until nicely browned,
Aperitif roll of minced meat wrapped in bacon
This bacon-wrapped minced meat roll wrapped in bacon is suitable for both cold and hot snacks, along with a puree or a natural potato.
It is so simple and quick, not to mention how tasty and why not very good-looking that even the most clumsy in the kitchen could prepare it without any impediment!
Usually I do it when I have guests, it looks good on the set and is appreciated more than any other appetizer.
It can also be served hot with a mashed potato or a salad, but let's not talk too long and get to work!
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Wallpaper a cake pan with slices of bacon. Put half of the minced meat on the bottom of the tray, press well to fill air gaps and make a ditch in which we put boiled eggs.
We come with the other half of the minced meat, press again very well and wrap with the edges of the bacon left outside.
Put in the preheated oven for 1 hour. In case it browns too much on top, we can cover it with aluminum foil and continue cooking.
We leave it to temper in the tray in which it was baked, after which we take it out and let it drain. Cut into slices and serve. It can be served both cold and hot with a garnish of potatoes or rice and a pickle salad, but it goes just as well with a fresh cabbage salad!
Simpler and faster than that! But I don't hold you back, not the other way around, but my roll has tempered and I can't wait! So I wish you good work and good appetite!