Meatball Recipes is on the menu today.....Yipee
Hi to all my fellow home chefs here on the east coast of Africa, and around this Beautiful world we live in.
So how on Earth am I going to get you to like any old meatball recipes concoction? Hang in there and see, cause today I'm gonna share my mom's recipe with you.
Wait a minute, breath in and out slowly and then decide if you would you like to join me,You would, great stuff welcome aboard. We are about to show you just how simple and easy it is to make my Mom's meatballs? (aka frikkadels here on the East Coast of Africa)
Right...... today you and I will be making these meatball recipe smothered in a rich, spicy, tasty tomato gravy the Home Cooking Haven way. This will make your taste buds tickle and your mouth explode with pleasant flavors.
Okay ready, first thing grab your apron and let's start with gathering all our ingredients for my Mom's meatball recipe.
The easy thing about this recipe is that you can use any mince. Your preference could be beef, chicken, lamb or even veggie for those of us who do not eat meat.
So everyone can enjoy using this mouth watering recipe.
There are many meatball recipes around, but this one is the best!!
Today, at Home Cooking Haven you and I will be using topside beef mince, and I am really going to enjoy having someone like YOU helping me to make one of my favorite dishes.
Okey Dokey now that you got everything you need for one of our meatball recipes, it's that time again....... let's
"Start A Cooking".
Enjoying yourself so far great:
You know, if there is one thing I really enjoy when I'm finished cooking, and I'm sure you will too and that is the plating, it gives me a great sense of satisfaction to see my recipe come alive.
But wait my fellow Chefs, before we do this, it is "time out", we have done such a great job together in the kitchen today, now we deserve to relax for a moment sit back and enjoy a glass of our favourite drink.
Okay that was great, now we can start plating selecting from various ways of serving our meatball dish i.e.
As a side dish with your meal add a fresh French or Greek salad.
"Bon Appetit" (as my Mother-in-law would say) to you and all our fellow home cooks out there
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