HOW TO MAKE BAKED MEATBALLS?
These oven-baked meatballs are crispy on the outside and soft and juicy in the center, prepared with the right mix of seasonings, and baked using a special technique. It’s a simple recipe to obey and these are really the Finest meatballs ever with some tricks of the trade!
Try these herb-infused oven-baked meatballs in a rich, garlic-red tomato sauce for an awesome family dinner that everybody would enjoy! These meatballs are unbelievably soft and moist, a true crowd-pleaser. They produce the ultimate winter comfort meal.
If you are new to the goodness of baked meatballs, than this recipe is for you!
It’s made of pork or beef, vegetables, tons of seasoning, onions… These meatballs, all fried in a rich tomato sauce, are unbelievably soft and juicy!
YOU’LL NEED THE INGREDIENTS BELOW:
500 grams. Of meat, you can use pork or beef.
100 to 150 grams.Of white rice.
2 medium onions.
100 grams.Of carrots.
An egg, medium in size.
2 Cups.Of tomato juice.
Sea salt and ground black Pepper.
IF YOU WANT TO PREPARE THE SAME BAKED MEATBALLS, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW FOR SAME RESULTS:
I rinse the rice well and boiled for around 7 minutes in salted water until half of it is cooked.
In a meat grinder, I wrapped the meat.
And, finely I chopped the onions; I sliced them with half of the minced beef, and I saved the sauce for the other half.
I mixed the boiled rice and sliced onions with the ground beef, then I seasoned with sea salt and ground pepper and I mixed properly.
The resulting minced meatballs, I shaped with wet hands. By the way, for you, you can produce balls of any dimension, bigger or smaller.
Afterward, I divided the produced balls into flour.
I placed it in a hot vegetable oil frying pan and I fried it until all sides are golden brown, then I placed it in a deep saucepan.
To make the tomato sauce for the meatballs to fry, I chopped the onion’s remaining half and grated the carrots.
In a hot frying pan with vegetable oil, I added the onions and carrots and cooked until golden brown.
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