Yes, a video FINALLY!!!! : - ) my blog viewers have been urging me to put up another video of how to cook. Due to my hectic schedule recently I haven't been able to. Until now : - )
Today I'm teaching you to make 'Panquecas' A delicious meat filled thin dough that melts in your mouth. Rolled up into little burrito rolls and when bitten containing a delicious light layer of your yummy filling inside this light and fluffy dough.
Quick and simple to make. Watch the video and cook along to get yours just as delicious.
Liquid Dough ingredients:
1 cup milk
1 cup flour
Filling:(seasonings of your choice: salt, pepper,garlic salt, lawry's)
turkey minced meat OR (chicken, beef, tuna)
onions, peppers diced
shredded mozzarella cheese
1 jar tomato sauce
Add in your milk and eggs first and lastly your flour, and beat all of these ingredients together in a blender for about 30 seconds or until smooth. Turn your stove onto medium heat and place your empty frying pan on there to allow it to get warm. After your pan is warm add in your blended dough 1 ladle at a time (turning your pan to allow the liquid dough to cover the entire pan) allow to cook for about 30 seconds or until bubbles form all around the dough and the edges begin to lightly brown. Flip it over and cook the other side just until just browned. About 15 seconds.
Set aside all of your dough.
In a big pot cook your meat on medium-high in a spoon of oil (cover and allow to cook until nice and browned, if it becomes too dry and begins sticking to your pot add in 1/4 cup water and allow to continue cooking) Once your meat id FULLY COOKED and completely browned add in your seasonings a little at a time ( be careful not to over salt) now add in your diced onions and peppers. Cook for another 5 minutes, turn your fire off and add in your jar of tomato sauce. Mix in and set aside.
Preheat your oven to 350F or 175C
Now form your panquecas by placing the meat in the center of your dough and rolling it into a stick-like egg roll shape. Place individually onto a pyrex. water down your tomato sauce to throw on top by adding a bit of water to your empty jar of tomato sauce, cover and shake around to get all the rest of the tomato sauce out of it. Pour this sauce on top of your panquecas in the pyrex, sprinkle some cheese on top and place into your oven for about 5 - 10 minutes or until your cheese begins to brown. Remove, decorate with what you have and serve with your favorite side dishes.
Great served with rice and black beans (Brazilian style)
From my kitchen to yours