Monday, September 20, 2010

Tomato Soup with Meatballs (Kofteli Domates Corbasi)

1 cup tomatoes, crushed
2 Tbsp tomato paste
3 Tbsp canola oil
3 Tbsp flour
6 cups (1 ½ L) water

For the meatballs:
½ lb ground beef
¼ tsp black pepper
½ small onion, finely chopped
½ tsp salt to taste

Take meatball ingredients in a bowl and mix them all using your hands. Make hazelnut size or walnut size meatballs. Keep them in the refrigerator for about 15-30 minutes.
Meanwhile, take canola oil in a pot and stir in flour. Over medium heat sauté for about 3 minutes or until the flour turns yellow. Stir in tomato paste and tomatoes. Cook for about 3-4 minutes stirring occasionally.
Add 6 cups of water and bring to a boil. Add the meatballs and cook over low-medium heat until the meatballs are cooked (for about 15-20 minutes). Sprinkle with pepper.
Serve hot/warm.
ENJOY

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TURKCE
1 su bardagi domates, rendelenmis
2 yemek kasigi domates salcasi
3 yemek kasigi kanola yagi
3 yemek kasigi un
6 su bardagi (1 ½ lt) su

Kofteler icin:
250 gr kiyma
½ cay kasigi karabiber
½ kucuk sogan, ince dogranmis
1 cay kasigi tuz

Kofte malzemelerini bi kapta iyice karistirin. Elinizle yogurabilirsiniz. Cevizden biraz daha kucuk ya da findik buyuklugunde yuvarlak kofteler yapin. Buzdolabinda yaklasik 15-30 dakika dinlendirin.
Bu sirada, tencereye kanola yagini alin. Orta ateste unu 3 dakika kadar sararana dek kavurun. Salca ve domatesleri ilave edin. Yine 3-4 dakika kadar cevirin.
Alti su bardagi suyu ilave edin ve kaynamasini bekleyin. Kaynamaya baslayinca, kofteleri icine atin ve kisik ateste kofteler pisene dek pisirin (yaklasik 15-20 dakika). Karabiber serpin.
Sicak servis yapin.
AFIYET OLSUN

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi I just joined your blog. Was looking for a Turkish recipe for my Foodbuzz Challenge #2 and found yound you. I like what I see and hope to learn more of one of my favorite foods.

Norma
Platanosmangoesandme.blogspot.com

soup turkey and tomato soup recipe said...

Looks so delicious and very nutritious kind of soup.. I must have to try this one.

Anonymous said...

Why do not use any herbs or spices?? You’ve literally only added salt to the soup

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