Girl meets farm meatballs
When I was in college I lived in a shady apartment complex in Wichita. Well, that lasted about a month. A little pasta, a lotta sauce, and a considerable amount of meatiness. In fact, one evening whilst doing laundry , I had two platefuls then promptly passed out on his couch from sheer exhaustion.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: Girl Meets Farm S03E01 - New Classics
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World’s Best Turkey Meatballs
Drool-worthy, scrumptious, "scary good" recipes for people who love big flavors! They set the table differently, they have different eating rituals, serve different food on different plates, with different forks. So I finally got up the courage to ask Michelle what the secret of her meatballs is.
This, despite the fact that my son assured me she would never, ever tell me. Hmmmm…well, Michelle revealed that it IS a family recipe, gleaned from her mother-in-law, and much beloved at their house. Summary : Healthy turkey meatballs in a 2-ingredient sweet-sour sauce is a kid-pleaser that makes the adults smile, too. Gallo Family Vineyards Merlot. Since this is a sweet-sour sauce, a dry not sweet wine will do best as a counterpoint. This versatile merlot, with hints of black cherry, ripe plum and a bit of oak, is smooth and plays well with lots of different foods, including this one.
Tagged as: beer , egg , French bread , fresh spinach , Gallo Family Vineyards , ground flax , ground turkey , ketchup , Kid-Friendly , meatballs , onion , turkey , wine.
Email Not published. Heather, We truly loved them, and they reheat well so would be great for weeknight meals as well. FoodieArmy, Yeah, sometimes you just need a turkey meatball.
Actually, at our house, MANY time you need a turkey meatball! My daughter and I loved them, too. Oh my goodness! These must be some dang good meatballs! I had to giggle at the too much CSI comment.
These meatballs look fantastic, pinned them for later. I know my kids will love them too!! And now that you make them, your son will probably ask you for them now.. I am making these tomorrow. I am also making some baked potatoes but I wanted some rice too for variety at the table. Arun, This is my favorite risotto of all time! Hahaha, ketchup and beer! Just think how popular your son will be when he gets to college and can cook this for his roommates! What a great meatball! I bet the beer in the sauce gives a great flavor and tenderizer.
Oh my gosh, your son is too cute! Katie, I agree. It was nice of her to share this heirloom recipe. We have made it several times since getting it, and the kids know exactly what is cooking by the great smell!
It just tastes like sweet and tangy! I always disclose the relationship. Sponsored content allows me to provide you with free recipes and content. I appreciate your readership and support of these partnerships. Unless noted otherwise, all content is created exclusively for Shockingly Delicious, present. I invite you to link to my recipes from an outside site, but copying and pasting my posts or recipes or photos is a copyright violation and I will pursue my rights.
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What can be in those meatballs , I wonder, but he, like most year-old boys, has absolutely no clue. For Serving Cooked wide egg noodles or loaf of French bread.
Instructions Add beer and ketchup to a large lidded pot, and turn heat on to simmer. Stir to combine beer will foam. Make meatballs: In a large bowl, add turkey, egg, flax, onion, spinach and seasonings. Mix with hands until well combined. Shape into meatballs you will make about , and as they are shaped, place them into the now-simmering sauce.
When all meatballs are in the pot, spoon some sauce over them, put the lid on, make sure the heat is turned to a low simmer, and cook for about 30 minutes. While meatballs are simmering, cook pasta in boiling water until al dente follow package timing. Set aside. When meatballs are ready, portion pasta into wide, shallow bowls and top with meatballs and sauce.
Serves Variations You may add to or omit from the meatballs whatever you like. These additions above are suggestions. Feel free to sub something else, and make your meatballs however you like. Simply remove leaves from stem and chop leaves using a knife or in the food processor.
Michelle serves the meatballs over wide pasta. I served them with French bread to soak up the sauce. They would also be great over brown rice or another cooked grain such as spelt or farro. Instead of putting the greens inside the meatballs, try putting fresh greens such as baby spinach or arugula in the bowl first, then top with the hot pasta and then the hot meatballs and sauce.
The heat from the pasta and sauce will wilt the greens just enough. Wine pairing Gallo Family Vineyards Merlot. Logging In Profile cancel Sign in with Twitter Sign in with Facebook. View March 25, These look delicious! I love meatballs and the special sauce sounds perfect! Dorothy Reinhold replied:. View March 27, View March 24, Sarah Curious Cuisiniere. Love this!
Sometimes the best things are more simple than we could ever imagine! These look fantastic and I love that they are made out of turkey! View March 23, LOL beer and ketchup…. Courtney Neighborfood. Melanie Melanie Makes. LOVE the secret sauce ingredients! And the story of your son is down right comical. Cindys Recipes and Writings. Samantha FerraroKitchen. Samantha, Meatballs are underrated, imho. Much more fun to eat than a big hunk of meat.
Arun replied:. View November 30, View December 1, Lori Foxes Love Lemons. Shannon VillageGirlBlog. That tangy sauce is divine.
Wendy The Weekend Gourmet. I love making meatballs, and these look right up our alley!!! Alice, I know, I was quite trepidatious when I asked her! Family Foodie. This is a great one! Hi from Dorothy Reinhold Welcome to my kitchen! Don't blame me if you need a step program to wean yourself away!
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These little biscuits have meatballs and cheese inside. Dip them in marinara sauce for a yummy snack. They would even be great as a side with soup. The layer type biscuits work best for this appetizer.
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