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4.4.12

STEFANIA MEATLOAF - STEFÁNIA VAGDALT


The Hungarian Stefánia vagdalt with the egg in the middle is a variation on meatloaf, but amazing what a different reaction it can get with a slice of egg inside it. I use my regular meatloaf recipe; the only difference is I stuff the meat with 4 hard cooked eggs. I cook the eggs with care, there must not be a green rim surrounding the yolk and the eggs should remain intact when peeled. I have the recipe for making the perfect boiled egg and it always satisfies. Stefánia vagdalt sometimes made with a sausage stick inserted into the meat loaf and that too is delicious.

4 hardboiled eggs, peeled
700 g lean ground pork
1 onion, diced
2 Tbsp olive oil
3 cloves of garlic, grated
salt and pepper to taste
1 Tbsp caraway seeds, finely ground
1 Tbsp dried parsley
2 tsp marjoram
2 Tbsp Hungarian paprika
2 eggs
1/2 cup fine breadcrumbs
cooking spray

• Make the perfect hardboiled eggs.
• Set the oven to 350F.
• Place 2 Tbsp olive oil in a non stick pan.
• Add the onions and sauté until translucent.
• Place the ground pork in a large bowl.
• Add the sautéed onions and the grated garlic.
• Add the salt, pepper, ground caraway seeds, marjoram, parsley and Hungarian paprika.
• Add the eggs and the breadcrumbs.
• With clean hands, combine the meat mixture really well.
• Peel the hardboiled eggs.
• Place half of the meat mixture on a board.
• Shape the meat into a long oblong.
• Lay the hardboiled eggs in a row in the middle.
• Cover the eggs with the remaining dough and shape it into a loaf.
• Spray an ovenproof dish with cooking spray. This is important.*
• Bake the meatloaf at 350F for an hour.
• Serve it hot or cold.

* Some people grease the dish and sprinkle breadcrumbs on top. But this just makes a soggy mess out of the bottom half of the meatloaf. Use cooking spray instead and you can slice it or move it within 5-10 minutes.

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