How to make it

  • For Meatballs

  • Combine meat, 4oz of goat cheese, eggs, bread crumbs, Greek seasoning, Worcestershire, 1 clove garlic, and salt and pepper in bowl and mix to combine.
  • Shape into 1/2inch round balls and place on wire rack over baking sheet.
  • Bake at 400 for about 12 minutes, until browned and cooked through.
  • Meanwhile, in large sauce pan, melt butter over low heat.
  • Add onion and garlic and cook until onion softens.
  • Add flour and stir well to coat all flour with butter.
  • Let cook about 5 minutes, stirring often, til flour mixture turns about 1 shade darker. Do not raise temp, and do not let burn.
  • Slowly add milk and whisk to incorporate all flour into milk.
  • Add remaining 4oz of goat cheese.(thanks DT!!:)
  • Keep temp lowered and let cook, stirring often, while sauce thickens and cheese melts.
  • When meatballs are done, add them, the spinach and mushrooms to the sauce and stir to coat with the sauce.
  • Prepare 6inch or so rounds with the pizza dough by stretching and pressing.
  • Add a large scoop of the mixture to each round and fold an end over to connect with the other to create a seam. Press to seal. ( used my pastry crimper)
  • Bake at 400 for about 15 minutes, until crust is done and golden brown.
  • Brush with olive oil or melted butter as soon as you take them out of the oven.

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  • nhmomma 7 years ago
    I just ate dinner but this looks absolutely delicious!!! I could eat again! Thanks for sharing such a great looking recipe!
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  • keni 7 years ago the sauce, DT...I added it in! Thank you! :)
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  • DetroitTokyo 7 years ago
    Looks yummy! When/ where do you add the other 4oz of goat cheese?
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