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Homemade meatballs

Lunch (to go)
Cook time: 0 min.
Servings: 0

Ingredients for Homemade meatballs

Freshly ground pepper
1Eggs (2 if they are small)
1tspCoarse salt
1The Onion is not too large, may alternatively be used chives or leek
2-3tbspWheat flour
500gMinced veal and pork sausage meat

Instructions for Homemade meatballs

To prepare the Homemade meatballs recipe, please follow these instructions:

Chop loosely and mix it with the rest of the ingredients in a bowl. Stir vigorously with a spoon for a couple of minutes until the father starts collecting. Have a good time, so style your father to rest in the fridge for an hour.

Then the meatballs must be shaped and roasted. Turn on a large pan of medium heat and throw a stick of butter and some oil on it. When the butter is melted, start forming the meatballs and put them on the forehead.

They are shaped by taking a tablespoon in one hand and taking a fairly big spoon on it, and then cling (not too hard) into the palm of the hand on the other hand. Then you scratch the dad off your hand again and do this sometimes until the meatballs begin to get a little round. There may be some slightly deformed meatballs in the beginning, but you learn it quickly.

Start loading the first freezer as on a clock at 12 o'clock on the forehead, the next to the right, and continue until you reach up to 12 o'clock again. Then do the same in a circle inside and repeat until you do not have more daddy. If you have more father than forehead, then you must make more fry dishes when the first is cooked.

Once you have put all the fry dishes on, let them rise for a couple of minutes, and check if the first one (12 o'clock) is brown underneath. If it is, you start reversing the free dishes in the same sequence as you put them on the forehead.

Step them about 5 minutes on the other side and then they are ready to eat.

Serving suggestions: Fried potatoes with boiled potatoes and stewed spider or for lunch on rye bread with homemade red cabbage.