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Thursday, February 14, 2008

Looking for a Great Italian Meatball Recipe?

Looking for a great Italian meatball recipe? Wrap your lips around this one.
The Best Meatball Recipe
Can be prepared
in 45 minutes or less.

1 pound beef
3 large eggs
1 cup grated Romano Locatelli Cheese
1 cup bread crumb
1 clove garlic - minced
1 tablespoon salt

(All mixing is done be hand)
In a large bowl mix beef with eggs. Then add bread crumb, cheese, and
salt. Finally add minced garlic in stages. Add a little then mix. Add some more, then
mix. This way all the garlic does not end up in one meatball. Now, it's time to roll up
the balls. Average size is roughly 2 inches in diameter. I usually get around 18 to 20
meatballs per pound.
IMPORTANT! Do not cook meatballs in your pasta
sauce! Meatballs cooked in sauce loose their flavor. The real key to a tasty meatball is
cooking the them in an oven. So, heat oven to
375. Place meatballs on a rack - then on a cookie tray.
Bake for 12 minutes on one
side then 10 minutes for the other.
I freeze the meatballs in bags and
take out what I need per dinner. I just drop the meatballs into the sauce as if heats
Buon Appetito!
Paul Altobelli is an internet marketing specialist experienced in strategic planning, lead generation, website development, search engine optimization, internet sales and marketing program development. He also loves to cook. For more of Paul's italian recipes visit http://www.paulaltobelli.com/ or email Paul directly at

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