1 teacup of chopped meat
1 or 2 spoons of water
1 teacup of fine bread crumbs
Put in the chopping bowl cold meat, either of veal, ham, beef or poultry, and chop it very fine; for 1 teacup of chopped meat, add to it a piece of softened butter the size of an egg, a little pepper and salt, with 1 or 2 spoons of water to slightly moisten it, and 1 teacup of fine bread crumbs; chop and mix all to a paste. Take a bit of the mixture on the molding board, and with a knife wet in hot water, form it into a strip about 3 inches long and 2 wide. Trim off the edges, detach it from the board with a knife, and roll, roll, roll into an oblong shape. If it is too dry to roll without cracking, add a moderate amount of more water; if too wet, add more bread crumbs. These are served with lettuce.
Submitted by Nov 27, 2009
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