Ingredients

How to make it

  • Grind or chop everything very fine.
  • Work all ingredients into a meat mixture.
  • Chill for a couple of hours in the refrigerator.
  • Form into small link sausage shaped pieces by hand or with the utensil for making sausages and grill, turning all the time, brushing them with oil.
  • Serve with spring or chopped onions and optionally with roasted green peppers, radishes, pita, tomatoes, whatever.

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  • carmenperez 4 years ago
    born and raised in romania myself havent had tis in more then 35 years thanks for the memories hugzzzzz Carmen AKA Polixenia
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    " It was excellent "
    elgab89 ate it and said...
    This bring back memories :) Thank you for the recipe! My dad used to add some lamb in it, too - of course, he is Greek... there was always a lot of debate over this add on at my house (my mom being the Romanian)
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  • hethejoy 6 years ago
    This is pretty much precisely the recipe I have for Mici (which we also call Mititei! Ba da!)... It definitely turns out well! Yummmmy!
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  • carmenperez 6 years ago
    hi heather
    since im from romania imagine my surprise when i saw this recepie i haveit from the frugal gormet but i havent madeit in years i will now !!! tkns for the memory
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  • heatherbudapest 6 years ago
    YES! You should!! and we should make sure it makes its way into the sausage group :)
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  • annastasia 6 years ago
    I should put my recipe for these Mititei on here too! I had them in Romania and they were prepared for me by my daughter's Godmother (15 yrs. ago) who has since passed away.
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  • heatherbudapest 6 years ago
    Ooh, I just did a search for a photo and found a rather different looking Mititei recipe that looks INCREDIBLE: http://seriouslygood.kdweeks.com/2006/04/mititei-romanian-sausage.html

    I suspect this one I've posted isn't the most authentic, since it's from a Serbian rather than a Romanian cookbook. There's a good chance there's some Serbianization of the regional versions. Who knows, though.
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