- Ground beef 250 grs
- Garlic 2 cloves
- Bread crumbs 1/4 cup
- Cornstarch 1 tbsp (optional) • 338 kcal
- Yellow Mustard 1 tbsp
- Eggs 1 • 130 kcal
- Worcestershire Sauce 1 tbsp
- Black pepper to taste
- Coriander 1/2 tsp
- Frying oil
- Salt to taste • 1 kcal
The meatballs are balls of ground beef mixed with other ingredients and condiments. They are stuffed (almost always egg) and are the perfect dish to savor as a family.
Homemade meatballs are an easy recipe to prepare and very practical because they can be stored in the freezer and the qualities remain intact. This recipe enchants children and can be eaten as a tapa, a snack, a second dish and even a good portion as a single dish. Today I present a recipe very succor because it is made in a little while, if you have prepared in advance the meatballs. So, if you have little time or are very organized, the best thing is that you have an occasional ration in your freezer and I'm sure it will get you out of more than one hurry.
How would you like to start the week with this delight? It has everything you need to stay energized during the day and feel satisfied longer.
- Place the meat in a bowl, add finely chopped onion and garlic, almost ground. Then add the dressings: salt, pepper, cilantro, oregano, yellow mustard and Worcestershire Sauce. Stir everything well and add the eggs one by one, mix with the breadcrumbs until everything is well incorporated and the mixture does not stick in your hands. If required, add one or two more tablespoons of breadcrumbs. Then form the balls.
- If you want a firmer consistency you can add two tablespoons cornstarch. The ideal is to obtain the right consistency with bread crumbs, sticky products such as cornstarch or wheat flour can make the meatballs are hard.
- Fry in the pan over medium heat so that the oil and balls do not burn. This process lasts about 8 to 10 minutes.
- It can also be placed in the oven in a tin or buttered foil for about 20 minutes. When the meatballs are cooked, place on a plate with absorbent paper to remove the excess oil. Then put them on a flat plate and place a toothpick on each of them. This will make it easier to eat them.
- You can accompany them with barbecue sauce, tartar sauce or even mustard.