Friday, November 6
Author: Liss Klemke | Filed Under: beef, canapes, freezerfriendly, pork, recipe | at 11/06/2009 11:20:00 AM |
The meatball mix I made below, made us two meals - roughly 60 meatballs. These freeze well so I figured why not make two lots... I'd also use this quantity if serving them as canapes. you could serve it with the sauce as a dipping sauce.
500 grams beef mince
500 grams pork mince
3 potatoes, peeled, boiled, and mashed
1 medium onion, finely diced
1 cup breadcrumbs, lightly toasted (or make breadcrumbs from toast!)
3/4 cup cream
salt and pepper
1tsp beef stock powder
splash of soy sauce
2 tb cornflour
Mix all meatball ingredients together in bowl. Mix thoroughly at first with a spoon, then when liquid is evenly distributed, mix it up with your hands!
Heat about 3 tb butter in a frypan, when hot, add walnut-sized meatballs and fry for about 2-3 minutes and turn over gently. Transfer to baking tray, add butter to frypan as required, and repeat until all done!
Then make your sauce!
Basically combine water, cream, stock powder, soy sauce and pepper, sprinkle cornflour on top and whisk over medium heat until smooth
Allow to simmer and thicken.
Pour over your meatballs, or in bowl to dip if serving as canapes
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