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    Posted: 07 April 2013 at 06:02
this is my take on meatballs .
1 kg ground beef 
1 onion sliced and Fried , salt , black pepper ,thyme, oregano,garlic powder .
bread crumbs ,2 eggs  fresh parsley and grana padano  .
mix all good .
i do a tennis ball size  meatballs .
in a tray caver with aluminum foil , and in to a preheat oven 200 to bake for 35 minutes .
for the sauce  i fry onion,garlic,salt black pepper , anchovies oregano ,tomato paste ,  Chopped tomatoes and   pinch of sugar  .
when it is ready  i add the sauce to the meatballs (so i can reheat it later )
and i serve it over Penne(pasta ) .
it  looks like that 












And my biggest critic loves it.






Thanks

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WOW ARON,

NOBODY WOULD BELIEVE YOU ARE NOT ITALIAN OR WERE NOT BORN IN ITALIA !!! 

FABULOUS SAUCE ... LOVE THE COLOR ... what is your blend of ingredients for your sauce ? 


AND THE MEATBALLS ! THIS IS GORGEOUS MEAL AND OF COURSE UR ADORABLE GRANDSON LOOKS AS IF HE IS QUITE A FAN OF ITALIAN CUISINE ALREADY AT THE PRIME OLD AGE OF 2 !!! 

THANKS FOR POSTING. TRULY REMARKABLE WORK ...

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The meatballs look delicious, and your "biggest critic" is adorable! What's grana padano?
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Grana Padano is a type of parmesan cheese from Italy. Very similar but just slightly different from Regianno.
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Melissa,

GRANA PADANO is a semi cured or cured ( aged ) air dried cow cheese from LOMBARDIA, that is somewhat yet not, similar to Reggiano Parmigiano from Parma, Emilia Romagna. It is alot less expensive than Reggiano Parmigiano. It is grated on pastas, and employed in similar fashion to Reggiano.
 
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Beautiful meatballs, Ahron - they look perfect, swimming in that sauce!
 
I love that they are all-beef (beef + pork is good too, but we're not able to get good ground pork very often), and will definitely try your recipe!
 
Bravo!
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Thanks guys and girls for the good words.
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Aron,
 
May I ask if you would mind, posting your tomato sauce on a separate thread, so that all members could prepare it the exact same way that you Have ?
 
THANKS SO MUCH.
 
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   Those meatballs look fantastic, Ahron!  You also seem to have a very satisfied customer there...nice job!
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