This is a great way of making grilled mici (Romanian dish) without having to shape them into sausages, especially if you have homemade mici paste (and I recommend doing so, it's not hard to make and it's worth it). The flavour of mici on the grill and the crispy baked bread go together very well, but I have 2 observations to make:
- you must be quick when roasting the bread on the grill, it can burn so easily if you don't pay attention. So, you need to be thoroughly organized, see below how I did it;
- don't grill too many patties, just enough for a meal. The next day, the bread will get soft, elastic and won't be crispy anymore, so it will lose its charm. It's better to reheat the normal sausage-shaped mici than the mici patties on bread.
I suggest trying them, it's an interesting, tasty and beautiful way of serving the mici. They go along perfectly with some pickles, salad and, of course, mustard!