Klupskies (Polish Burgers) Recipe
A traditional family favorite recipe for burgers done Polish-style needs only a few simple ingredients.
My Gramma made these my whole life, but with a few differences. She used only finely ground pork butts (shoulder) with all the fat trimmed. She grated an onion into the meat, used 4 pieces of dried bread, also grated, added parsley and salt & pepper. She lightly fried them until they browned some, but weren't hard. Then she baked them for about a half hour at 350. Have made these for all my friends over the years and they've always been a BIG hit.
It sounds like the person who gave this recipe one star didn’t even make it—how unfair--nor did he read the description correctly. The ‘traditional’ to which the contributor is referring, is that they served it with cheese, ketchup and on a bun—like a ‘traditional’ hamburger. Re Klupskies not being a word (really???), this is what this family called them—much like a nickname—does that mean it can’t be a good recipe? Plus, there are many family variations to most ‘traditional’ recipes –including Kotlety Mielone. Two wrongs don’t make a right, but maybe it will help, so I’m giving 5 stars without making it to help offset a very unfair and pompous review.
tasted like meatloaf and they fell apart to easy n quick. Couildnt really make it a burger. could flavor though
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