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Serves 1 - 50

Briouats zijn kleine envelopjes van brickdeeg gevuld, in dit geval met kefta of gehakt.

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  • Ingredienten voor 50 stuks:
  • 500 g gehakt
  • 50 blaadjes brickdeeg (1 per briouat) van ongeveer 20 cm op 15 cm
  • 6 eieren
  • 150 gr boter
  • 3 koffielepels kaneel
  • 1 koffielepel koriander
  • 1 mespunt peper of Spaanse peper
  • 2 koffielepels paprikakruiden
  • Zout
  • 1 ui


    1. Meng het gehakt met de koriander, zout, de paprikakruiden, de Spaanse peper en de fijngesneden ui. Bak het gehakt in een pan met boter en roer onophoudelijk tot het kookvocht is verdampt.
    2. Voeg beetje bij beetje de geklopte eieren en de kaneel toe en blijf ondertussen gedurende 3 tot 4 minuten roeren.
    3. Plaats het mengsel in het midden van de brickdeegblaadjes en plooi of rol ze op. Frituur ze hoogstens enkele minuutjes en serveer.
    4. Om de zoet-zoute smaak van dit gerecht te accentueren, kan u de briouats bestrooien met fijne poedersuiker of gemalen kaneel.

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12th May, 2008
I have just translated it i will try it and report back
12th May, 2008
I know that the recipe is in Dutch or Flamms i will have to translate on bablefish
7th Feb, 2008
I don't find this very useful on an English-language site - I for one don't even know for sure which language it is, never mind make any sense of it. If Rose is taking the trouble to recommend a recipe, she might consider translating it first.
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