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Who Has The Best Meatball Recipe?

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Pre recipe favorite Crusher.

And if you post a recipe that has onion soup mix in it I'll put you on ignore, lol.

My GF ma makes the best ones but her little Italian ass isn't telling me the recipe and the ones I make suck.

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ground pork, veal, and beef. sauteed garlic and onions. mix them together with the meat and romano cheese. fry them up in a pan and add some beer once in while as they cook.

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My mom makes the greatest meatballs in the world. My dad's side of the family is Italian and when I was growing up I think we had something Italian every day.

I'm hungry just thinking about it. Time for this 38 year old to invite the family to dinner this weekend.

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My Nana's meatballs were the best, and even if I gave you the recipe, yours would not come out as good. :P

That is so ****ing true. My girls cutlets are better then her Ma's but her sauce and meatballs aren't even close but they're a hell of a lot better then mine lol.

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ok so i got this recipe straight from my grandma, had to watch her and write everything down

i am only sharing this with you all because I love Jet nation.

the meat:

2 part ground beef

1 part veal (optional can do 3 parts beef)

1 part ground turkey (this is the secret to keeping them from falling apart).

soak a loaf of italian bread in water for like 5 mins. Peel off the crusts and squeeze out the water by hand

2 cloves of garlic, minced

a half cup of italian parsley, diced

a cup of loccatelli romano

1 egg (i've seen her use 2 eggs, that's the binder either way)

salt and pepper

combine all ingredients (by hand). mix em up don't be shy, put your hands in there.

if too hard add milk, if too soft add bread crumbs.

let the meat wad stand for 10-20 mins (refrigerate if you like)

for frying use peanut oil (that's my twist, g'ma uses canola oil). medium-high heat

ball em by hand, fry em and make a ton of em.

you can thank me later.

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