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March 17, 2016

An absolutely irresistible recipe for meatballs

If there’s one recipe that’s perfect for dipping your bread in, it’s got to be meatballs, those delicious little balls of juicy meat bathed in an irresistible slow-cooked sauce. There’s nothing better than soaking up the sauce with a chunk of fresh bread… doesn’t it make your mouth water just thinking about it? Then keep reading…

Buying good quality meat is essential to guarantee the success of this dish. But nor should you overlook the sauce, because just like poor wrapping can ruin a great gift, a mediocre sauce can let down even the tastiest meat.

You won’t want to risk that, will you? So make sure you go for a selection of fresh vegetables sautéed gently in olive oil, add a touch of curry and cumin and a little bit of white wine to leave a mouth-watering finish on the palate.

The best way of preparing meatballs is to combine the ingredients to suit your taste. Have fun trying different combinations until you find the perfect one for you. The main objective is always the same: to end up with a comfortably full stomach and an empty plate. J

So we’ll leave you with the steps to getting on with today’s recipe. Enjoy!

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