Sesame-flavoured meat rolls
100 g of white meatloaf mix per portion
oil for cooking
Mix the white meatloaf mix with a level spoonful of sesame seeds, varying the amount to taste. Divide the mixture into 4 equal parts and roll each part into a cylinder about 1 cm in diameter with the palm of your hand.
Place the cylinders in a bowl of sesame seeds one at a time and roll them over to coat their outsides with seeds.
Heat a little oil in a frying-pan and fry the rolls in it, turning them as they cook so their entire surface becomes golden brown. Remove with a slotted spoon and place on kitchen roll.
Flax, sunflower or hemp seeds can be used instead of sesame, or different types of seeds can be mixed for a more complex flavour.
The stick shape can also be varied, making a cake or combining two sticks to form a propeller or twist.