Ingredients

How to make it

  • Meatballs and Pasta as written by my mate Wilfie (another Firie)
  • Throw all this in a bowl (First break the eggs) Heee Heee!!!
  • Squish it all up with your hands!!
  • Then roll it into balls about (25mm) one inch in diameter (This should make about 70 meatballs!!)
  • Fry in a hot pan with a smear of olive oil on the pan. Flip them over when they are blackened!! (This is only the cheese burning)
  • I cook them on the BBQ plate!!
  • Use about six per person and freeze the rest after they are cooked!!
  • Start boiling some fettuccini.
  • Chop up a large onion into slivers and soften in your frypan with a splash of olive oil, add a bottle of Paul Newman bolognaise sauce (or whatever brand that you want), a can of diced tomatoes, and 250 grammes of sliced fresh mushrooms (Thickly sliced, one cut each side of the stem).
  • A little squirt of tobasco (about six drops) livens it up and a bit of crushed garlic if you like it...
  • Chuck in about six meatballs per person
  • Drain the fettuccini and place on plates, then spoon on the meatballs and tomato mix when it is nice and hot. Sprinkle some extra Parmesan cheese over to taste if you want.
  • This amount is good for about four people!! But careful!!! They may want seconds!!!

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  • lindyjj 9 years ago
    Oh yes! Definitely trying this one out... and adding to my new mince group. Thanks! :)
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    " It was excellent "
    peetabear ate it and said...
    great sounding recipe... never have used bacon in meatballs... five forks
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    " It was excellent "
    fishtrippin ate it and said...
    This sounds awesome!! But should I remove the egg shells after I break them?LOL
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