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Meatballs with Tuna and Tarama

Ingredients:
250 g. Tuna (canned)
2-3 thick slices of stale bread
1-2 tablespoons Tarama
2-3 grated onions
3-4 melted cloves garlic
Oregano
A little grated black pepper
1 sachet of dry yeast
Olive oil for frying

Instructions:
Soak the bread and squeeze well. Melt tuna with a fork. Mix all the ingredients and knead them. Let the dough thickens slightly. Then, cover the meatballs with flour and fry over low heat.

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