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Frikadellen - what can I do with them??

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FusionChefGeoff Sat 19-Nov-16 22:43:38

Enthusiastically chucked these in in Aldi thinking they might be my next new favourite thing but I literally have no clue how to serve / eat them. I'd like to call it lunch so some kind of veg / salad and a carb.... pitta? Wrap? Condiments?

Any ideas??

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Iwasbornin1993 Sat 19-Nov-16 22:47:32

Throw them in the bin wink sorry! Had them in Belgium and wasn't a fan, to put it mildly!

JillJ72 Sat 19-Nov-16 22:48:39

German Frikadellen are yum, Belgian and Dutch not so. I usually have them with salad. Enjoy!

ChampagneCommunist Sat 19-Nov-16 22:50:23

Love them! Just treat them as the meat in a meat & two veg meal.

vichill Sat 19-Nov-16 22:51:34

a swedish style sauce (allspice beefstock creme fraiche) chips peas and cranberry sauce. i hate to see food (even z grade meat) go to waste.

PinkSwimGoggles Sat 19-Nov-16 22:52:59

put them in a crusty roll with a thin spread of mustard.

FusionChefGeoff Sat 19-Nov-16 22:54:08

Mmmm not sure of country of origin! Warm or cold??

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JillJ72 Sat 19-Nov-16 22:55:36

If they're round like an English burger, then they're German (and I think prob would be if bought from Aldi). Hot is best.

Hastalapasta Sat 19-Nov-16 22:59:13

Hot with veg sides, in this weather stir fried greens are good. Probably would not give it another chance tbh as they did not go down well

frankbegbie Fri 22-Mar-19 09:14:58

I use them like a beef burger.
Lovely on lightly toasted muffins.

frankbegbie Fri 22-Mar-19 09:18:09

I have them like a beef burger.
Lovely and tasty on a lightly toasted muffin.

Bluesheep8 Mon 25-Mar-19 06:05:16

They're the same as meatballs. You can slice them and serve with pasta and tomato sauce.

UnPocoLoco2 Mon 25-Mar-19 21:56:37

What in the world are they? hmmhmmhmm

Obviouspretzel Tue 26-Mar-19 10:05:39

I like them cold, sliced on crusty bread with hot mustard and leaves.

Bluesheep8 Tue 26-Mar-19 13:15:23

They are German. Burger shaped.

Prokupatuscrakedatus Thu 28-Mar-19 16:24:56

You can eat the Aldi ones - if you are hard pressed for time, have ravenous teenagers etc., but they are nothing to the real thing. Get one of the different regional recipes (spelling?) and make them yourself. You can freeze them, too, if you like.

Frikadellen / Buletten / Fleischkiechle / Fleischpflanzerl

hsean05 Thu 25-Apr-19 13:21:03

The think ones we get from Aldi or Lidl are amazing. We slice them thinly down the middle and use them as burgers. Kids love them and they have a high meat content but very low fat content too.

hsean05 Thu 25-Apr-19 13:21:29

*thin ones

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