|Alternative names||Gehaktyz, karbinadle, kardinadle|
|Place of origin||Silesia, Poland|
Karminadle, gehaktyz, karbinadle, kardinadle - a Silesian dish, meatballs traditionally prepared from pork meat. The aforesaid compose a traditional Upper Silesian karminadle, served with potato pureé, kasza or rice.
Generally, karminadle are small, round and often flattened cutlets made from pork or pork-beef meat, although more commonly historically from rabbit meat, due to the ongoing rabbit breeding tradition in Upper Silesia. Formerly, karminadle was a holiday-only dish, presently served during a normal weekday.
Karminadle, sliced in half, may be served cold on bread or bread rolls.