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April 22, 1988 - Image 84

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1988-04-22

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Continued from Page 82

that he loves to eat (even
when he is being picky, which
is most of the time). They also
happen to be prime choices of
everyone else in our family.

MITITEI
(CARNATZLAH)
Trevor describes these de-
licious Romanian treats as
"hamburgers that look like
hot dogs" and claims he likes
them "even more than des-
sert." He (like the rest of our
family) is not a big meat
eater, but these are irresist-
ible. In fact, now that my
oldest son is almost as tall as
I am and has an adolekent's
appetite, I frequently double
the following recipe. It is
adapted from The Jewish
Holiday Cookbook, which
Trevor says is "my favorite
cookbook, and not just be-
cause my Mom wrote it!"
1 pound ground beef
2 to 4 garlic cloves, very
finely minced or
pressed
1 /4 teaspoon ground
allspice
1/8 teaspoon ground cloves
2 tablespoons finely chop-
ped parsley leaves
1 teaspoon dried marjoram
leaves
1 /4 teaspoon dried oregano
leaves
3 /4 teaspoon salt (or to taste)
1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon ground
black pepper
1 /4 cup water
Put the meat, garlic, spices,
herbs, seasonings, and water
into a medium-sized bowl,
and mix them together very
well. For the mititei to have
the proper texture, the meat
mixture must be mixed until
it is soft and almost pasty. To
do this, knead it with your
hands and repeatedly squeeze
it through your fingers, or
mix it in a food processor.
With wet hands (keep rins-
ing them under cool water),
form the meat mixture into
finger-shaped "sausages,"
about 4 inches long and about
1 inch in diameter. Arrange
the mititei on the top of
broiler pan (for easy clean-up,
first line the bottom of the
pan with aluminum foil and
spray the top with nonstick
cooking spray). Broil them
about 4 inches from the heat
source for about 5 minutes on
each side. They should be well
browned on the outside and
cooked inside to the desired
doneness (they are best if not
too well done).
If preferred, the mititei can
be cooked on an outdoor grill,
which is actually the more
traditional method. Grill
them over very hot coals,
turning them often, for about
6 to 8 minutes.
Makes about 4 servings.

Continued on Page 86

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