(adapted from Sale & Pepe, Serbian issue, March 2008)
600 g very thin pork steaks
1 large zucchini
200 g smoked cheese
60 g bread crumbs
zest of one lemon
1/2 Tbsp oregano
Cut zucchini into thin wide ribbons and grill them a little. This is necessary so they become soft. Cut steaks and cheese into wide ribbons.
Assemble the skewers: Take one meat ribbon, place one zucchini ribbon over, then cheese, zucchini and one more meat ribbon. Put on a skewer.
Coating: Mix together bread crumbs, lemon zest and oregano. Beat egg. First, using a brush, coat skewers in egg, then in bread crumbs.
Fry in oil, for about 5 minutes on both sides,or until meat is done, it depends on the thickness of steaks.
Note: This is a part of Weekend Herb Blogging event hosted this week by Laurie Helen Constantino from Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska.
wow,blog je odlichan,sve je profesionalno,dizajn i slike mi se svidja..odlichno,keep up the good work ;)
Da li bi mogla da kazesh koji fotoaparat koristish? :)) Pozz
You know I love good looking delicious food! Plus, it’s simple!Can’t wait for my trip to Serbia, I am going to need an extra suitcase just for food magazines, and books! :)))
Hvala puno Tijana!Aparat je Canon 350d
we don’t eat pork (only in kolbasa), but i want to say this looks amazingly beautiful! you are a genius. And now let me tell you I understand some Serbian. Proof? Here’s what the first commenter tijana said: Great blog! Everything is so professional, the design and style. Great! Comment #2: Could you please tell me what camera you are using?Am I right?:)) It’s just I speak Russian and the two languages are incredibly close to each other, which doesn’t make me a genius at all:)
You are so sweet Farida!:)))
Those wavy skewers look good and sound really tasty!
Gorgeous, the skewers look so delicious!
These look incredibly good. I can almost taste the cheese melting into the meat and veg. Thanks for entering it into Weekend Herb Blogging!
The smoked cheese is a wonderful touch – this is a great recipe.
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