3 cups cooked chicken meat, finely chopped
1 ¼ cups dry bread crumbs
3 large eggs, lightly beaten
1 cup chopped onion, sautéed
1 tablespoon fresh parsley, finely chopped
1 to 2 teaspoons Vegeta food seasoning
teaspoon ground black pepper
Oil for frying
- In a large bowl combine
the chicken, bread crumbs, eggs, sautéed onions
mix well; If mixture is too dry to form patties, mix in another lightly
beaten egg or few tablespoons of chicken broth.
- Then add parsley, pepper
and Vegeta to taste, mix well and
form into small finger size patties.
- Heat oil in
a large skillet over medium heat and fry patties in oil until golden
- Serve with
steamed vegetables and sauce of your choice.
NOTE: You can
use leftover chicken or turkey for this recipe.
Seasoned bread crumbs can be used instead of regular bread crumbs.
|Did You Know?
Vegeta is a condiment sold
worldwide, which is a mixture of spices and various vegetables.
Vegeta is produced by
Podravka, a company from Koprivnica, Croatia, as well as a subsidiary
of Podravka in Poland and two Vegeta licensees from Austria and
As a testimony to the product's popularity, there have been around 50
instances of other companies attempting to reproduce the product.
Vegeta was conceived in 1958
in Podravka's laboratories and professor
Zlata Bartl was head of the team that invented it. The product was
first sold in Yugoslavia in 1959 as "Vegeta 40", and has since become
so popular that the production increased by several orders of
magnitude. In 1967 Vegeta was first exported to
Hungary and the USSR and is now sold in around 40 countries worldwide.