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Evgueni Tsygankov’s Kotleta Recipe

Learn how to make Evgueni Tsygankov’s kotleta recipe
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Mac Huffman
Evgueni Tsygankov puts his kotletas on a paper towel to let them cool off before digging in for dinner. Evgueni enjoys making the kotletas and teaching the recipe to his kids. “From my dads side, I really like the kotletas.” Martin Tsygankov said.
  1. Mix a cup of chopped white onion, 3/4 cup of bread crumbs, up to a table spoon of salt, a tea spoon of black paper, an egg and a splash of milk into a bowl. Add around 1.2 pounds of ground beef. Mix everything into the ground beef (I use my hands but there are kitchen combines for that as well).
  2. Add a good amount (a half an inch deep) of vegetable oil to a pan. Heat the oil to medium-high heat.
  3. Shape the kotletas into 1 inch thick patties.
  4. Add kotletas to the hot frying pan. Be careful not to get hot oil on your hands.
  5. Cook 3 mins on each side on medium-high heat. Lower the heat to low and simmer kotletas for about 15 mins. The more you turn them, the tastier they will be. Basically, you are trying to melt the onion inside the kotletas during this stage.

You can make the process much faster if you buy pre-chopped white onion and ready-made bread crumbs.

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Sophomore Josh Devine is a staffer on Panorama. This is his first year on staff. Josh enjoys skiing and traveling.
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Junior Lathan Levy is a health and sports editor this year. This is his second year on staff. Lathan enjoys writing and design and has recently gotten into photography.
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Chronic mispeller, usually outdoors, photo obsessed and founding ID Editor in Chief. When Mac's not editing, they're typically designing infographics or writing stories about identity, food and harm reduction. This is their 3rd year and final year on publications staff.

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