Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Beinlausir fuglar

Icelandic roulades

"Beinlausir fuglar" literally means "boneless birds" - but in facts it is Icelandic roulades traditionally made from horse meat or lamb. Of course you can use other types of meat as well - depending on your taste, shopping opportunities or budget.

Ingredients for 6 persons

6 roulades
salt and pepper
100 g bacon in slices
50 g margarine
1 chopped onion

500 ml water
30 g flour

depending on taste:
sour cream
rhubarb marmalade


Season the thinly sliced meat with salt and pepper and cover each with a slice of bacon. Roll it up and tie together with a string.

Heat margarine in a hot pan, add chopped onions and sear meat from all sides.

Remove the browned roulades from the pan and place in the oven at 80 °C.

Pour water into the pan, bind with flour and season with salt and pepper.

If you like, you can refine the sauce with sour cream or rhubarb marmalade.

Traditionally "boneless birds" are served with potatoes, green peas and rhubarb marmalade.

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