Eat and drink, but waste not by excess (Al-A'raf 31)
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Loluk (Meatballs Recipes)

Banu Atabay's Loluk
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Loluk



Instructions:
# Slice the onion finely, add vegetable on it, and cook over medium heat until it softens.
# When the onion gets cooked, add the tomato paste and finely sliced peppers. When the colour of the peppers change a little, add peeled and finely sliced tomatoes.
# Add 1 litre boiling water and salt.
# While cooking it, knead the mixture of ground meat, cracked wheat, black pepper, crushed red pepper, salt in a separate bowl.
# Rest the mixture for a few minutes, and then pick walnut sized pieces and roll them.
# Add the meatballs into the boiling mixture, cook over low-medium heat for about 20 minutes.
# Serve hot.


Note: Loluk is a popular recipe of Malatya region. You must not wash the cracked wheat to keep the shapes of the meatballs after cooking.


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1.10 pounds fatless ground meat
1 cup cracked wheat
3 onions
2 long green peppers
1 tbsp tomato paste
7 tbsp vegetable oil
3 tsp salt
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper
1/2 tsp black pepper
2 tomatoes