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Dry meatballs

Dry meatballs
Course Main course
Region or state Balkans, Caucasus, Cyprus
Main ingredients Meat (lamb or beef), garlic, onion
Cookbook: Dry meatballs 

Dry meatballs (Turkish: Kuru köfte), is a Turkish breaded meatball, usually minced lamb or mixed with sheep, beef or chicken meat, mixed with eggs, with garlic, herbs (parsley, dill, thyme), spices and salt homogenized to form some balls, rolled on bread crumbs or flour and fry in hot oil.

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