Fuss-free Baked Meatballs Recipe

Baked Meatballs Recipe

Baked Meatballs Recipe

Meatballs, we all love them right? So tasty, delicious and Sweedish-esque. We can eat them and pretend we are on a Scandinavian adventure with a stop-over at NOMA about to happen at any moment. They are also great for sharing with family and friends or eating in a delicious sandwich on the run.

I previously posted a recipe for my Moroccan Meatballs, but todays recipe is a little easier, faster and less sophisticated. These baked meatballs taste  really good. You might like to cook them for a simple and fast Friday night supper with the family.

Prepare them and then pop them in the oven and in one hour you will have a delicious, juicy meatball dinner the whole family can enjoy.

Fuss-free Baked Meatballs Recipe
 
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This is a simple and tasty recipe for no fuss baked meatballs.
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Cuisine: Australian
Serves: 8-10 meatballs
Ingredients
  • 500g mince steak
  • 1 pkt French onion soup
  • 1 onion
  • 2 sticks celery slices
  • 1 x 425g can peeled tomatoes
  • 8 new whole potatoes
  • 1 cup water
  • 1 Glad oven bag.
Instructions
  1. Mix steak and HALF the French onion soup and mix together thoroughly.
  2. Roll mixture into balls. You should have 8-10 meatballs made.
  3. Pop them onto a tray and into the freezer briefly so that they hold their shape.
  4. Mix 1 cup of water and the rest of your soup mix in a jug.
  5. Place your meatballs and roughly chopped vegetables into an oven bag and then pour in the soup mix. Seal the bag and pierce with a fork.
  6. Cook 200 degrees C for 1 hour.

Serve with a loaf of crunch bread and a side salad for a tasty supper.

Enjoy.

Dani xx


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