Title Value
1. Vegetable oil for frying
2. Salt taste
3. Chicken Egg Protein 1 PC.
4. Cream 10% 0.5 Art.
5. Milk 0.5 Art.
6. Baton 100 Column
7. Butter 2 tbsp
8. Bulb onions 1 PC.
9. Pike fillet 900 Column
10. Shrimp Filling 2 tbsp
11. Chicken egg Breading 1 PC.
12. Flour Breading 2 tbsp
13. Baton Breading 200 Column
14. Salt Filling taste
15. Butter Filling 20 Column
16. Bulb onions Filling 1 tbsp
17. Dill Filling 1 tbsp


1 . Stage

Make minced meat. Shred onions and fry in butter until soft and golden.

2 . Stage

We cut the long loaf into medium pieces and dry it in the oven. Pour milk and let stand a little. In a meat grinder we scroll the fillet, onion and loaf along with milk.

3 . Stage

Now the minced meat needs to be beaten off a bit, but do not overdo it, otherwise it will become too elastic. In the process, gradually add cream.

4 . Stage

Beat the protein, then carefully interfere with the minced meat. Once again, we beat off quite a bit.

5 . Stage

For the filling, combine finely chopped shrimp, dill and sauteed onions, salt and pepper to taste.

6 . Stage

Pour the flour into a flat plate. Shake the egg in a separate bowl. We make "chestnuts" , hands in the process can be moistened with warm water. From the minced meat we form a small cake, in the middle we put 2 teaspoons of the filling.

7 . Stage

We connect the edges of the cake and ram everything into a neat ball. Roll it in flour, then in the egg and finally in crackers. Try to make crackers cover the whole

8 . Stage

We heat vegetable oil in a deep fryer or a deep frying pan. Fry the "chestnuts" on all sides to a golden color, it is literally half a minute for a little thing.

9 . Stage

Bring to readiness in the oven at an average temperature of 20 minutes.