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Brown Meatballs in the Oven

I learned a lot about cooking from my dad. Once all of the ingredients for the meatballs were well mixed, he would roll small amounts of the meat in the palms of his hands. Then we put them on a cookie sheet to brown slightly in the oven, this helps hold them together better. It is also a good way to remove some of the extra fat. I hope this helps.

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By R Barbara from Bremerton, WA

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April 26, 20140 found this helpful

Try this too. Make some meatloaf and make them into balls about the size of muffin tins. Then freeze them in baggies and pop out one or five, depending on who is eating. If you have a toaster oven, they are great for a six hole pan, but if you don't use all of them, fill the empty ones with water to not only weigh the pan equally, but to keep the pan from getting too hot and smoking. If you have two, put them in the center row...
three would be two on each corner and one in the opposite row middle...
four would be one on each corner, etc.
Cook the meat loaf like you would in a loaf pan and make individual "loafs" for just you or a whole lot of you!

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