Comments on Homemade Dutch frikandellen

Have you ever tried Dutch frikandellen? These snacks are amazing, but home made they're even better! Recipe for 10 frikandellen.

Huub commented at 2020-12-17 10:33:35
Gravatar van Huub Easy recipe for really tasty results. I made the mistake to use too lean meat first, the sausages ended up being a bit dry and not as tasty; some fat is definitely improving the taste. Thanks for sharing.
Ohmydish commented at 2020-12-17 11:05:59
Gravatar van Ohmydish Thank you so much for your lovely comment! Have a great day :-)
Charlie commented at 2021-12-09 19:36:23
Gravatar van Charlie Made the frikandellen today and the result is better than the "factory" produced versions. I am happy with the result. Thanks for this recipe! However, the ratio pepper and salt was wrong with my product. Next time I will halve the pepper and half tablespoon of salt and see how it pans out. During the boiling of the meat, water entered the wrapping and that gave a loss to the taste as well. Need to find a better way to avoid water entering the wrapping.
Ohmydish commented at 2021-12-14 13:57:16
Gravatar van Ohmydish Thank you for your lovely comment, great you liked them. Ratio pepper/salt can indeed vary with the exact type of meat you're using etc. That's a shame, you need to wrap them really tight to avoid the water from entering. I always twist the sides extra tight. You can even twist them and then tie a tiny knob. Have a great day, with love Véronique
Poet commented at 2023-04-18 20:46:21
Gravatar van Poet When do I add the pork? Do I roll them in breadcrumbs before frying?
Ohmydish commented at 2023-04-18 23:10:40
Gravatar van Ohmydish Hi Poet, Right at the beginning it says: "Divide the bacon and chicken into coarse pieces and add them to your food processor." As you can see in the ingredient list, bacon is pork meat. You don't bread them before frying! Have a great evening, with love Véronique

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