Tuesday, November 1, 2011

MIYASNIY BLIUDA SE KARTOSHKOM RECIPE . MEAT DISH WITH POTATOES RECIPE.

MIYASNIY BLIUDA SE KARTOSHKOM  RECIPE ( MEAT DISH WITH POTATOES)

I learnt how to make this simple miyasni bliuda from my nephew who studied medic in Moscow. It is a versatile recipe, where you can improvise or make changes to the secondary ingredients to suit your taste buds. For me, I prefer to preserve it’s Russian originality.
Many thanks to my beloved nephew and other nephew and niece and my mom who helped out as well, like the stirring  and veggie cutting..ha ha, actually we were so curious to see Dr Zahrin cooking! So we just acted busy with him. I took photos only
Reflections of the veggies on the shiny metal bowl

Ingredients:
600 grams minced meat
5 pieces medium size potatoes
680 gram prego pasta sauce- with garlic and parmesan
6 pieces garlic- minced
200 ml sour cream
2 medium size red tomatoes
300 ml mayonnaise
300 grams grated mozzarella cheese
6 pieces cheddar cheese slices
4 tbsp dried parsley
3 stalks scallion (spring onions) - minced
Fresh coriander leaves- minced ( ½  cup)
Margarine, salt and pepper
XL baking tin..about 12 inches length
Soaked potatoes
Cooking methods:
Pre heat oven  at 200C. Cooking time- about 40 minutes
Peel potatoes, slice thinly and soak in water for about 3 hours- in the fridge. After that, drain away water. This is to soften the potato, so that they absorb the gravy better.                                                                     
Cut tomatoes into halves and  for each half , do 5-6 slices
In a pan, put in a bit of margarine and sauté garlic until golden.  Add in minced meat, salt, pepper and stir for about 10 minutes or until meat has changed color. Add in “prego” sauce and sour cream. Mix well and add in dried parsley. All these to be done on low fire where, the gravy is just about hot, but not bubbling. Put off fire after 5 minutes. Pour gravy into a bowl. When cool, mix in mayonnaise.
Line baking tin with margarine (base and sides). Arrange very closely a layer of potatoes. Next layer, spread half portion of the gravy evenly on top of the potatoes.
Next, randomly spread the mozzarella on top of the potatoes.
Then randomly arrange in the tomato slices.
Do a second set of layering starting with potatoes ( arrangement not too close as in the first one) and  then evenly pour over a quarter of the  gravy. Spread all the minced coriander leaves on top. Continue adding mozzarella cheese and tomatoes.
Finally, top up with  the remaining potatoes, scallion  and the last quarter of gravy at the topmost
Bake in oven. After 30 minutes, take out baking tin, place/ cover top with cheddar cheese and bake again  for another 10 minutes. Done.
my mom, nephews and niece. Dr Zahrin-far right
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47 comments:

  1. I lovethis dish.I love all dishes that combine stuff in teh sauce:) looks really great:)

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  2. yummy yummy Wan..I'm starving give me a slice..here's my plate please please ;)

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  3. I have eaten sort of something similar in Russia. Nice flavours

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  4. Anything with potatoes we at home will drool and similarly the same goes with your lovely dish.

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  5. @ dzolie,how did the votes go, i like your social obligations . try this recipe ok

    @ amy, haa amy , you must try this- delicious :)

    @ Sie, thanks, congrats for the interview , you did great

    @ three cookies, ya, you being in swede is not too far from russia, i wish i can go to moscow
    and sweden.

    @ nava,the look of this bliuda reminds me of your venice and lasagne

    @ chandrani- how are you dear, hope you had a very enjoyable diwali fiesta

    Many thankd to all of you for your kind visits and sweet comments..

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  6. Looks great! Simple and delicious.

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  7. This looks delicious..Perfectly made dear...Should try it some day...Thanks for the recipe dear.

    My Blog
    http://yummytummy-aarthi.blogspot.com/

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  8. What a great dinner that would make. I love everything that is in it!!

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  9. Lovely dish with potatoes....baking makes it perfect!!

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  10. very interesting dish, ur nephew has done a great job..!!

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  11. Lovely recipe. Clear explanation and pictures.

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  12. To Yummy chunklet-, Ana, Aarthi, and Kristen- yes it is simple and delicious thanks for the compliments and kind visits

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  13. To Julie, jasna, sobha and uma - yes it is has great ingredients, I always like mozzarella, mmm delicious thank you so much for the comments and kind visits

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  14. Delicious! What a nice thing that you learned this from someon who was in MOSCOW! That's so cool! The ingredients are delicious!

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  15. Rich and complete with everything inside, baked and with cheese! TQ for sharing - must try out!

    Cheers

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  16. Hi anu, ann, katrina and santosh- many thanks for your kind visits and comments.

    @ann- yes, my nephew started learning how to cook when he studied in moscow for 5 years. we only meet up during the festive season, hope i can learn a few more russian recipes from him

    @ katrina- agree this is a rich recipe

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  17. Wow!!! looks very rich and healthy. Loved the addition of cheddar cheese at last. I want it nowwwwwww..:)

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  18. This sounds fantastic and so filling!

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  19. Hi! I posted Popular and Famous Traditional Foods in Antalya in my blog. You should visit and read it. Thanx..

    http://antalya-magnificent-city.blogspot.com/

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  20. @ sagittarian- visited you 3 times past few days, but you have no new posting yet

    @ zareena- thanks dear, welcome to try this simple to follow recipe

    @ treat and tricks-our visit many thanks for your visit. this can be eaten for lunch

    @ IBG- visited and thinking

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  21. Hi Wan, you are welcome. In Antalya, traditional food are generally with meat, not chicken. Especially, the goat and sheep meat are used in food. Yes, I want to be guest blogger in your blog.

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  22. Nampak sedap sangat! Looking at the parsley flakes remind me that I should chopped and dried some of our parsley for future use.

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  23. @ IBG - thanks for your visit and comment... glad to have you as my guest blogger

    @ malay kadazan girl- memang sedap, thanks for the compliments, how nice if i can grow fresh parsley,ours is imported.

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  24. Thanks for another nice post! its really feels yummy! send me for testing :) hehe
    Lots of Love!

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  25. hi creative mind and sonia, many thanks for your kind visits and compliments. have a wonderful day

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  26. Assalamu Alaykum sis
    Mmm looks very rich, =D Im hungry now. Ima go eat lols...
    Take care =P
    xxx

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  27. Hi! :) thanks Wan for always visiting :)you can visit again coz I have new now, heh heh..:) Thanks friend! :)

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  28. hi black pearl and sagittarian, thank you both for visiting and sweet comments... have a great weekend

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  29. Another very nice recipe. It could be included as one of the dishes for thie Eid. At least by trying it out, we can get the taste of Russian food.

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  30. thanks balqis for the comment, great idea- originale for eid adha. happy raya haji to you.

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  31. wan, i wanna try this-- thanks ya

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  32. Just mouthwatering...looks so easy to prepare and delicious!

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  33. Thank you kalyan for your visit and sweet comment

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  34. Wow! that looks fantastic. Love all these flavors.

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  35. thank ypou ambreen for your sweet comment and visit..have a nice day

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  36. Zdrasvuite ("Hello" in Russian).
    First of all many thanks to all for the delightful and interesting comments. Interestingly, i did not know that my aunt will advertise this online...haha...many thanks to her. Two thumbs up!!
    Secondly, together we will try to show more russian delicacies in the future. Yummy.
    Dasvidaniya (Goodbye) from Russia with love.
    Dr Zahrin MD, Anesthesia

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  37. Wow, that looks ultra delicious, the pictures make me drool :)))
    Thanks for this wonderful post Wan!

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  38. wow i love this cobination...looks very new to me.....
    u have a good collection here....love to follow u :)

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