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"Veal pojarski, a super tasty cutlet made of veal steak partly chopped and partly minced. It was invented in Russia and the creation is subscribed either to 19th century prince Dmitri Pozharsky or his lowlier contemporary, an innkeeper Pozharsky from the Moscow locality. The only proper, authentic pojarski (sometimes spelt ‘pozharski’) is made with veal. Chicken pojarski is a fake, and so is pork. Even faker are the versions with all-minced meat – you get meatballs not pojarski that way. Wikipedia spouts rubbish about the unique feature of the cutlet being the butter added to ground meat; if nothing else this has finally convinced me not to trust it."
Preparation Time1 hr 15 min
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