Palline di melanzane

Le palline di melanzane sono perfette come alternativa vegetariana alle polpette. 

Ecco la soluzione gustosa per riutilizzare il pane avanzato in modo saporito: le palline di melanzane si preparano in poco tempo e sono croccanti e saporite.

Sono ottime per un antipasto, con la tua pasta preferita, o un contorno vegetariano ed anche un’occasione ideale per convincere i bambini a mangiare la verdura.

Palline di Melanzane – 18 – 20

  • 800 g. melanzane
  • 100 g. mollica di pane tritata
  • 40 g. pecorino
  • 1 ciuffo basilico
  • 1 spicchio aglio

  1. Tagliare a dadini la polpa delle melanzane sbucciate.
  2. Poi farle cuocere con poco olio e un pizzico di sale e cuocere incoperchiato.
  3. Quando saranno morbide, metterle nella ciotola e schiacciarle bene. Quindi incorpora alla purea la mollica di pane, il pecorino, l’aglio e basilico tritato.
  4. Dopo di che, prepara le polpette e friggile nella padella con l’olio.
  5. Versa poi nel barattolo di vetro gli ingredienti della salsina.
  6. Chiudi con il coperchio.
  7. Quindi agita per ottenere una salsina ben emulsionata.
  8. Alla fine è tutto pronto e potrai accompagnate le polpettine con insalata e pomodorini condendo il tutto con la salsa.
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