I love beef meatball sandwiches! Always have and always will. I'll never forget the first day my mom prepared beef meatballs with pasta sauce. It was a heavenly combination of tastes and smells.
This idea for using meatballs as an ingredient for sandwiches was pure genius. I chanced upon it before in a restaurant and decided to try my hand at preparing my own. I hope you'll love this recipe!
Our entire bodies require protein to grow and repair themselves. In the event that you are injured or pulled a muscle, it will require some protein to repair the muscle fibres. Therefore, eating meatballs, a form of protein helps with this.
Protein is needed for growth of hair and strong nails
The next time you see someone will dull or listless hair, you know that he or she does not have a diet rich in protein. Protein is important for healthy-looking nails too. Brittle or weak nails come from lack of meat and beans in their diet.
Pop the garlic, ginger and onion into a blender and give it a good blend. In a large bowl, pour the minced meat, and the mixture from your blender and give it a thorough stir with your hand.
Crack the 2 eggs and beat them in a separate bowl.
Heat up the pasta sauce in a big pot on low to medium heat.
Now comes the fun (or gross) part of the process. Take a lump of the meat mixture and squeeze it really hard to drain the remaining liquid in them. Squeeze as hard as you can. This is a wonderful stress-relieving exercise!
After the water is drained, roll them with both your palms into a nice circular shape. Roll them around the egg mixture and transfer into your pot of pasta sauce. The meatballs should be best covered by the pasta sauce.
If they are not, you need to stir them around for a bit every five minutes.
Continue this for your remaining mixture.
Set your oven for 100 degree Celsius.
Your meatballs will take about 45 minutes before getting fully cooked, so go play Monopoly or dance to Lady GaGa while waiting.
After 45 minutes, get your bread ready, then scoop your pasta mixture with the meatballs onto them. Spread the mixture out evenly. It's up to you how many meatballs you desire for each sandwich. Generously sprinkle some cheese on the meatballs.
Place another slice on top of the cheese, and pop them into the oven for 10 minutes!
Ready to sink your teeth into 'em? Man, I'm salivating just typing out the recipe!
Sorry! (Wipes corners of mouth with a napkin) Was happily munching on one myself.
I hope you enjoy eating this wonderful beef meatball sandwiches. Okay, I'm off to have another!
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