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No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
Hearty buckwheat pancakes. Source: istockphoto.com

Buckwheat porridge tastes good hot after cooking. Then, even if reheated, the product will no longer be as appetizing. But the cereal can be used to make a very satisfying independent dish.

The idea of making buckwheat pancakes from yesterday's buckwheat was published on the Instagram page of food blogger Yuliia Senych (yuliia.senych). The dishes can be served with fresh vegetables or simply eaten with bread.

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

Ingredients:

  • buckwheat - 300 g
  • minced meat - 400 g
  • egg - 1 pc.
  • onion - 1 pc.
  • salt/pepper
  • flour for rolling\\breadcrumbs
  • oil for frying

Method of preparation:

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

1. Combine buckwheat with minced meat and mix well.

2. Add the egg and grate the onion on a fine grater.

3. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

4. Mix well.

5. Put the minced meat in a pile.

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

6. Tear off a piece and shape into oblong patties.

7. Dredge each cutlet in flour on all sides and fry in enough oil in a well-heated frying pan.

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

8. Finally, put the cutlets on a paper towel to remove excess fat.

No one wants to eat yesterday's buckwheat! What to cook with leftover porridge

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