Greek Keftedakia (Meatballs) With Feta Cheese Stuffing And Ouzo

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 This is an easy recipe for Greek Keftedakia (small meatballs) with a difference. They are stuffed with Feta cheese and also have the Greek spirit ouzo in them. You should be able to obtain both where you live. This can be a side dish or a meze or snack. You can see the recipe for ordinary Keftedakia here.


½ kg beef mincemeat
1 onion grated
1 egg
4 tbsp crumbled rusks
100g feta cheese cut into 20 cubes
2 tbsp ouzo
1 tbsp vinegar
1 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp parsley finely chopped
Salt and pepper to taste

1 cup all purpose flour
200ml sunflower oil


Put all the ingredients apart from the feta, flour and sunflower oil into a mixing bowl and mix well.

Mak 20 balls from the mixture.

Press your thumb into each ball, place the feta cube and then close the ball so that the feta is in the centre.

Cover the balls with flour and shake off any excess flour in your fingers.

Fry the balls 10 at a time in the sunflower oil – approx. 5 minutes on each side.

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Eat and Enjoy!



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Nicola said...

Made these as part of a meze for christmas dinner and they were great. Loads of flavour and simple to make.

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