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The grandmother's meatballs





2 unit

Type 0 flour bread

200 grams


1 wedge


1 spoon

Grated cheese

4 spoons

Sodium bicarbonate

2 pinches

Iodized salt

to taste

Extra virgin olive oil

500 grams

second courses from Italy - Puglia

The grandmother's meatballs

The grandmother's meatballs

vegetarian with gluten with eggs with lactose

ready in

1 hour


daily requirement

100% Fat

100% Protein

100% Carbohydrates

translated by Italian with google translate

The grandmother's meatballs

I so call them dumplings grandmother because every time I do it I remember her even if she's gone, she told my daughter I now desire to eat them but before it was the second Sunday dish because you could not buy meat, and then it's great because when we have the stale bread instead of throwing we put it to soak in the water and make the meatballs

The grandmother's meatballs step 1

step 1

We put in a bowl the hard bread with water and let soften, then shake well so all the water out

The grandmother's meatballs step 2

step 2

In a bowl we put the eggs with all the ingredients amalgamiamo well if it is a bit soft add a bit of dry bread let's make them sit for a 'Oretta then we form into balls

The grandmother's meatballs step 3

step 3

We put the oil in a pan with high sides let's get hot and fry the meatballs useless to turn them because they turn dasole

The grandmother's meatballs step 4

step 4

A tip if you use stale bread will not form a special touch and use a pan with high sides

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