How to make perfect rissoles: Mum reveals the secret recipe handed down to her by her grandma – and they’re ready within 30 minutes
- A mother shared her grandmother’s recipe for quick and easy beef rissoles
- The Australian woman Kylie said the simple dish takes just half an hour to make
- Kylie said this was the first time she made rissoles in the air fryer with success
- Earlier this week, a woman shared a lunch from a successful tapas bar owner
A mother has shared her grandmother’s recipe for quick and easy beef rissoles – and they take less than half an hour to make.
The Australian woman called Kylie posted on Facebook, where she said the dish can be made in an air fryer, with just a few household ingredients.
‘These homemade rissoles can be made on 170C for 25 minutes,’ Kylie wrote online.
A mother has shared her grandmother’s recipe for quick and easy beef rissoles – and they take less than half an hour to make (the finished results pictured)
The Australian woman called Kylie posted on Facebook, where she said the dish can be made in an air fryer, with just a few household ingredients (the rissoles pictured)
‘This was the first time I had made them in the air fryer, but they have turned out beautiful.’
To make the rissoles, Kylie explained you’ll need some beef mince, carrot, brown onion, tomato and barbecue sauce, Dijon mustard, eggs, breadcrumbs and salt and pepper.
The mum said you should combine all of the ingredients together in a bowl and then use your hands to turn them into rissole patties.
Kylie said she didn’t brown the ingredients before placing them in the air fryer, but rather coated them in olive oil and left them for 25 minutes, rotating once (pictured cooking)
‘I didn’t brown them first, as I have the oven-style air fryer,’ she said.
‘So I just sprayed olive oil on to the rissoles and put them straight into the air fryer on 170C for 25 minutes, rotating the rack once.’
Kylie then served the dish with Brussels sprouts, peas, chips and gravy.
How to make the delicious beef rissoles
Kylie shared her grandmother’s trusted recipe on Facebook (finished results pictured)
1kg of premium beef mince
One large carrot, grated
One brown onion, diced
One tablespoon of tomato and barbecue sauce
One tablespoon of Dijon mustard
1/2 cup of breadcrumbs
1. Prepare all of your ingredients by grating the carrot and dicing the onion.
2. Combine all of the ingredients in a bowl together.
3. Using your hands, use the mixture to roll out the mince and vegetables into rissole patties.
4. Spray olive oil on the rissoles and pop them into your air fryer.
5. Set the air fryer for 170C for 25 minutes.
6. Serve with Brussel sprouts, peas, chips and gravy or potatoes and a side salad.
Hundreds who saw the recipe were impressed with the easy-to-make dish, writing comments like ‘awesome’ and ‘can’t wait to try’.
‘This looks fantastic, and so yummy,’ one woman wrote.
‘Get in my belly, that looks great,’ another added.
Earlier this week, a home cook shared the recipe for a simple dish she was taught by a successful tapas bar owner (the ingredients pictured)
The recipe itself involves browning the chorizo, cooking the chopped onion and tomatoes, and mixing in the tinned beans while boiling the rice (the process pictured)
This isn’t the first ‘quick and easy’ recipe that has wowed in recent days either.
Earlier this week, a home cook shared the recipe for a simple dish she was taught by a successful tapas bar owner.
Posting to the Budget Friendly Meals Australia Facebook group, Jelvie said her aunt, who owns a tapas bar in Madrid, originally taught her how to make the simple yet mouthwatering meal.
The dish consists of chorizo sausage, tinned bean mix and vegetables over steamed rice.
‘[The] chorizo can be substituted with leftover roast, mince [or] tofu,’ Jelvie said.
She also said more water, stock and other vegetables can be added to create a delicious soup.
‘[The] chorizo can be substituted with leftover roast, mince [or] tofu,’ Jelvie said. You can also add more water, stock and other vegetables can be added to create a delicious soup (the process pictured)
How to make the quick working lunch
The woman shared her simple tapas recipe on Facebook (the finished result pictured)
Chorizo or preferred meat
One cup of boiling water
One cube of chicken stock
1/2 teaspoon of sugar
One can of four bean mix
1. Chop the chorizo and brown it in a hot pan with oil.
2. Chop and cook the onions in another pan.
3. Add in the tomatoes, boiling water, chicken stock, sugar, salt and pepper.
4. Add the beans then simmer for 20 minutes on low heat.
5. Add chorizo and mix well.
6. Serve over steamed rice or mashed potatoes.