Friday, August 3, 2012
Meatballs and Rice Pasta
Last night I felt lazy but still wanted to have a decent meal. I opened the fridge and after staring at the pack of ground beef laying in the middle of the empty fridge I decided to cook some meatballs with tomato sauce and rice pasta.
Here's my recipe (3 people):
- 1lbs of beef
- 1 egg
- 1/4 cup of flour
- A bunch of Freh Cilantro
- Italian Herbs
- 1 Strip of Bacon cooked and cut in tiny pieces
- Grated Swiss cheese
- Tomato Sauce
- Red Wine
NO SALT (add salt only at the end before you serve)
Wash your hands, put all the ingredients in a giant bowl, mix the ground beef with all the other ingredients listed above and put the mix in the fridge to rest for at least 15 minutes.
While you wait, grind some weed, roll a joint and pour a glass of the red wine you're about to use later in the process.
After waiting and getting baked, pour some olive oil in a pan and let it heat up as you start making small beef balls with your clean hands the size of a small apricot, their size will reduce as you start cooking them. Throw all of them in the pan at the same time and cook all of meatballs thoroughly. Once they are medium, add a little bit of red wine to glaze the balls. Proceed to open the can of organic tomato sauce and add the content in the pan with the meatballs and turn down the heat to let the meatballs simmer for at least 20 minutes.
Add some grated swiss cheese and a little bit of salt on top of the meatballs before serving and enjoy this delicious comfort food with some of your favorite pasta.