Karađorđeva Steak is a popular dish in Serbia and it is a rolled pork or veal steak, stuffed with kajmak, and then breaded and fried. It is served with tartar sauce and roasted potatoes. The recipe was created by chef Mića Stojanović
The Karađorđeva steak is popular in Serbia and other countries and it is also called “a girl’s dream” dish that's tasty and favorite to many people.
- 800 g pork or veal fillet
- 80 g seasoned kajmak
- 30 g flour
- 1 egg
- 30 g bread crumbs
- olive oil
- Cut the fillet into so they can form the steak.
- Prepare the meat by pounding on both sides so flat helps it cook faster and more evenly.
- One of the edge of the steak needs to be thinner so it is easily to roll it up.
- Use the kajmak along the thicker edge then roll the meat creating a cylinder shape.
- Flour all sides of the meat.
- In a bowl crack and beat egg then place the meat so it covers it on all sides.
- Spread some breadcrumbs on a flat surface and then roll the meat.
- Heat up a frying pan with oil and fry until golden yellow.
Inspiration and adaptation: zena.blic.rs, serbia.com, wikipedia.org
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