Beef flamenquins, cooked ham and Gorgonzola cheese: recipe for a family meal
To my regret, in my kitchen few fried dishes are made. This does not mean that I do not like them, nothing is further from reality. Simply, for health, I avoid oily foods. Although, from time to time, how good it feels to sink your teeth into dishes like these beef flamenquins, cooked ham and gorgonzola.
Fried are not bad if we take them in moderation. And that's what I try to do, so I recommend that you try making these beef flamenquins, cooked ham and gorgonzola for a special occasion. Easy, rich, juicy and very versatile. We can change the veal for another type of meat and the same with ham and cheese.
IngredientsFor 4 people
- Thin beef fillets 4
- Sliced cooked ham 4
- Gorgonzola cheese 80 g
- Wheat flour 30 g
- Egg M 1
- Bread crumbs
- Olive oil
- Ground black pepper
How to make beef flamenquins, cooked ham and Gorgonzola cheeseDifficulty: easy
- Total time 30 m
- Elaboration 20 m
- Cooking 10 m
We spread the beef fillets on a clean work surface. We stretch them as much as we can, trying to give them a rectangular shape. If we see it necessary, we cut the edges to get it, with this shape we will ensure that the filling does not come out or come into contact with the frying oil. Season with salt and pepper.
We spread a slice of cooked ham on each veal fillet. If there are gaps, we cover them with pieces from another slice, that is, we patch them. We cut the gorgonzola cheese into elongated strips and cover a strip of the ham with them (the closest to us across the width, as seen in the image of the step by step).
We lift the end of the beef fillet closest to us and fold it over the gorgonzola cheese. We roll until we reach the other end and cross with a toothpick, so that it does not open. We go through flour, shaking the excess, beaten egg and breadcrumbs.
Fry in abundant oil over medium heat, turning as many times as necessary so that it cooks equally on all sides and does not remain raw inside. Remove from the oil and drain on absorbent kitchen paper, to remove excess oil. We serve immediately and hot.
What to accompany the beef flamenquins, cooked ham and Gorgonzola cheese
We accompany these beef flamenquins, cooked ham and Gorgonzola cheese with a green leafy salad. They are very satiating, so they don't need more as a garnish. The best time to enjoy them is food, so we can burn the excess throughout the afternoon and make up for it with a light dinner.Tags: Meats And Birds Fish Desserts