1 lb. (453g) Ground Beef 1 oz (28g) Parsley 1 Onion 1/4 Cup Bread Crumbs 1 Potato 2 Carrots 1 Bell Pepper 2 Tbsp Tomato Paste 2 Tbsp Vegetable Oil Zereshk (Dried Barberries) Salt, Black Pepper Powder, Turmeric, Ground Chili Pepper PREPARATIONS: 1- Grate the onion. 2- Mince the parsley. DIRECTIONS: 1- Combine the minced parsley, grated onion and beef in a large bowl. 2- Sprinkle salt, black pepper and turmeric as much as you would prefer. 3- Add bread crumbs and stir until all the ingredients are mixed thoroughly. 4- Cover the bowl with a lid or plastic wrap and keep it in refrigerator for half an hour. 5- Poke few holes in a potato with a fork and place it along with two carrots in a pot. 6- Add enough boiling water until covers it covers them all. 7- Cover the pot with a lid (leave a crack open for the steam to escape) and over medium heat simmer for 20 minutes. 8- Transfer the cooked potato and carrots to a working surface. Peel the skin and slice them length wise (wedge cut). 9- Remove the beef from refrigerator and divide in half and place half on a (cover the surface with plastic wrap) working surface and roll out in a square shape. 10- Place few slices of potatoes and carrots in the middle of the beef. Add dried barberries (Zereshk) as much as you would like. 11- Roll the beef around the filling to make a cylinder shape. 12- Fry the rolls with vegetable oil. 13- In a small bowl, combine tomato paste, a pinch of turmeric, ground chili pepper, and half a cup of boiling water. Mix thoroughly. 14- On a separate pot, Slice a fresh bell pepper and cover the pot's surface. 15- Cover the surface with half of the tomato paste mixture. 16- Place the fried meat rolls on top and pour the remaining of the tomato paste sauce on top. 17- Cover the pot with a lid and over medium heat simmer for 30 to 35 minutes.
MEAT ROLL CALORIES & NUTRITION VALUES
Meat roll is a great source of vitamin B6, vitamin B12 and protein. It is ranked as Grade A in nutrition chart. It contains essential vitamins and minerals our body needs. Meat roll contains high amounts of zinc. Zinc can boost your immune system and may prevent cancer and cardiovascular diseases. It can also help us during the flu or common cold. Zinc can also be very beneficial to both male and female's reproductive health and fertility system. Meat roll is really high in iron. It contains more than 45 percent iron. It also contain very high amounts vitamin B12, B6 and a considerable amounts of vitamin C. It is also very high in selenium. Depending on the beef, it can be low to high in fat and cholesterol. If 90 to 95 percent lean is used, 100g or 3.5 oz of it has 137 calories (48 calories from fat), 5.3g fat, 37mg cholesterol. It contains more than 13 percent protein. It also contains 14 percent vitamin A and more than 39 percent vitamin C.
nutritional factsServing Size 100g
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