Karadjordje’s steak is a Serbian dish named after the Serbian Prince Karadjordje. It is a rolled veal or pork steak, stuffed with kajmak, breaded and baked (or fried). It is served with roasted potatoes and tartar sauce.
The steak is sometimes called jokingly “maidens dream” because of its shape.
500g. of pork steaks
150g. of kajmak
Beat the steaks with hammer until they are thin and soft. Cover one side of steaks with “kajmak”. Rool the meat like a pancake and fasten it with toothpick. First, dip the steaks into flour, then dip them into mixed eggs and, finally, roll them into bread crumbs.
Fry the steaks in the heated oil until they get brown-yellow colour.