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For Your Insatiable Desire For Meatballs

By Dave Newsted

If you love your meat, have you ever considered having it in meatballs? The idea of freshly fried steak sends chills but meatballs does too, especially when they are prepared by a set of skilled hands. The story of meatballs is one that has been told over several lifetimes, with Romans and Spaniards enjoying them too. They have become so common that it’s hard to imagine spaghetti with another companion. But that is just the American style. Most cultures have their own ways of preparing the meaty dish.

One may be forgiven for thinking that the term meatballs refer to round balls made entirely of meat, with the specific kind-veal, pork or chicken- not withstanding. While from one point that is true, meatballs can also be made from vegetable ingredients, without any meat. So being a vegan is no justified excuse for missing out in this meatball madness.

When it comes to preparing the meatballs, the ingredients you have with you will determine what recipe to follow. The most basic one involves mixing ground beef, with minced onions, breadcrumbs and salt. When you start being precise about different places and their style of preparation, you will find the small differences that are there. For instance, with the Danish recipe, you must have garlic, pepper and eggs in hand.

The reason for the great variation with the preparation is to find out the precise recipe that you adore the most. That’s why the Chinese recipe will have soy sauce in the ingredients list, while the Swedish one will have gravy, or freshly picked cucumber.

Vegetarian meatballs might be a little harder to make especially with the part of forging them into balls, which might require additional ingredients. Some however are fairly easy where potatoes and carrots, together with some vegetable puree can give you some well rounded meatballs, without the meat.

You can even come up with your own meatball recipe if you are up to the task, more so because meatballs are so easy to prepare. Whether you decide to make them in an oven, or on a frying pan, you can expect the same great taste and aroma. They can be served on their own, with some light sauce, or with an accompanying addition, like rice or mushrooms as well.

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