Meatballs with tomato and cheese in the oven
Cooking time60 min
A delicious and hearty dish for lunch or dinner. If you really love burgers, but as usual they are already tired, then try to cook them in the new version. Offer to cook the patties in the oven.
To prepare prepare everything you need. Mince can be used from any type of meat or to make meat cuts. To be sure in the quality of meat, I recommend to cook it yourself, at home. Tomatoes wash. Onions clean from the husk and rinse in cool water. Cheese you can use any variety, but the important thing is that it can be easily grated.
To prepare cutlet mass, take a large bowl to make it easy to knead. The bowl can be plastic or glass. Peeled onions cut into 3-4 pieces, mince and add to meat stuffing. If you have stuffing ready to get the grinder, the onion can be finely chopped, or grated.
Then add in a bowl the minced egg,salt and spices. As a spice you can use ground pepper and dried herbs such as dill, parsley, and Basil. Then add the mayonnaise, leaving a little for brushing the cutlets.
The entire cutlet mass mix well until smooth, so that all ingredients are uniformly mixed with each other. Then use your hands to lift the meat and throw on the bottom of the bowl. Repeat this point several times. Why is this necessary? To mince became denser and meatballs when cooked together.
Prepare a baking dish. The bottom of the form cover baking paper or foil. Of the cutlet mass hands form small patties and press them, making preplanetary. These burgers put in prepared form.
The surface of each cutlet a little grease with mayonnaise. It is necessary for the juiciness of the finished dish. Tomatoes cut into circles and place on each cutlet.
Then liberally sprinkle cheese, grated on a grater. Put the form with the meatballs in the oven, preheated to 190 degrees for 30 minutes. Be guided by your oven.
During baking, the meat will release the juice, but it's in the oven evaporated. Cheese from high temperature melted and slightly browned. Ready cutlets in an appetizing, Golden brown.
Serve these burgers as an independent hot dish. Bon appetit!