Buletten, also called Frikadelle, are popular components of fast food hamburgers, snacks, appetizer dishes, etc. The ingredients typically used to make these patties are: minced meat (better tastes pork combined with beef), bread, eggs, onion, mustard, paprika, salt and pepper.
The meat is seasoned with salt, pepper, paprika and mustard; it is also combined with eggs, finely chopped onion and soaked bread. Other variations of this recipe add also some yogurt, brandy, cheese, lettuce leaves, etc. The mass is mixed well, then it is made into oval or round-formed patties which are either fried in oil, grilled or cooked in the oven. When golden brown, they are served with hamburger buns and some pickles or complemented with any other classical side dishes like French fries, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut or vegetable salads.
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Brandied Meat Patties - Weinbrand Buletten, germanfood.about.com
German Style Hamburgers, www.kitchenproject.com