|New Methods of Food Preservation|
|by Grahame W. Gould|
Describes in detail those new and emerging food preservation techniques that are now, or soon will be, commercially exploited.
1 - 10 of 1,900 for garlic meatballs
Combine ground meat, ... Sprinkle with minced garlic, olive oil ... meat mixture into meatballs, using an ... stuffed peppers, and will make wonderful .
In the bowl ... aside. Next, chop garlic and onion coarsely. ... on all sides. Meatballs do not need ... broth, use about 6 or 7 cups instead of the carton.
Sauté onions in ... and pour over meatballs (in the saucepan) ... choose this method, dip the meatballs in a beaten egg before rolling. Makes 4 servings.
In a large ... herbs and seasonings, garlic, cheese, eggs ... hands, lightly form meatballs (do not compress ... the quantity of sauce should be doubled.
Combine soup ingredients ... stir frying). Prepare meatballs: stir ingredients ... pepper, a pinch of Chinese Red Pepper, if desired, and a dash of soy sauce.
Defrost turkey meat. ... them off and place on a plate. Dash garlic salt or powder once. Flip meat balls over then dash again. Enjoy. Serve with pasta. -
Roll into meatball ... 120 tiny bite-size meatballs). Sauté meatballs ... well and heat in the sauce. These may be prepared, browned and frozen in advance.
Combine all ingredients and mix well. Shape into balls. These can be fried, cooked in the oven or dropped into hot spaghetti sauce. They also freeze ...
Brown garlic in olive oil. ... occasionally. Add pasta before serving. This is my mom's recipe that we grew up with. The meatballs add wonderful flavor. Enjoy! .
Mix all ingredients ... to boil with garlic puree. Add the ... with garlic. Drop meatballs into boiling tomato ... a cool dark place for up to one year.
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