Russian Pasta with Meat – Makaroni Po-Flotski

Po-flotsky mean “navy style”. This is a very simple dish, but it has many variations. To save time and money usually a bone with a little meat is boiled for the broth and the meat is used in the dish. The meat also can be cooked separately. Someone use raw ground beef or canned beef/pork but we love it with boiled beef.

Russian Pasta with Meat   Makaroni Po Flotski

about 2 cups small shape pasta or noodles (dry)
about 1 lb. boiled beef
1 large onion, chopped
2 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. butter
Ground black pepper and salt to taste

Bring to a boil water, add salt to taste, add pasta and cook according to package directions. Drain.

Heat the skillet with oil, add onion and cook over moderate heat, stirring,  until softened and golden brown.

Chop meat finely or grind in a meat grinder. Add to skillet with onion, salt to taste and season with black pepper, stir and cook together for about 1-2 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add pasta, stir well, serve hot.

Russian Pasta with Meat   Makaroni Po Flotski
Russian Pasta with Meat   Makaroni Po Flotski

2 Responses to “Russian Pasta with Meat – Makaroni Po-Flotski”

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