How To Make Beef Meatballs | Three Easy Steps To Make Delicious Meatballs

How To Make Beef Meatballs | Three Easy Steps To Make Delicious Meatballs

The beef meatballs have a taste that's out of this world, yet they're easy to make. The Italian marinara sauce and Spaghetti are served on top of these baked, juicy beef meatballs.

But the question is, do you know How to Make Beef Meatballs? If you don't, you've come to the right place. Learn to make delicious beef meatballs here!

So, What Is a Meatball?

Meatball is a ground beef integrated with additional ingredients such as bread crumbs, sliced onion, and eggs before shaping the mixture into small balls.

The cooking techniques for meatballs vary depending on how they are prepared. Fried meatballs are one kind of cooking method, while baked meatballs are another. Meatballs can be made with various meats and flavorings to suit your taste.

Required Ingredients

To make delicious and juicy Beef Meatballs, you need to get all the necessary ingredients. To ease the recipe, we have listed the ingredients below:

  • Ground Beef

  • Bread crumbs

  • Milk

  • Italian Herbs

  • Fresh Garlic

  • Parmesan

  • Eggs

  • Dry flavorings

  • Big Yellow onions

  • Worcestershire sauce

Steps for Making Beef Meatballs

Before beginning, stir the milk with bread crumbs and soak for five to ten minutes.

Step 1: Add the Ingredients

Now, add the remaining ingredients to the same bowl in which you've mashed the bread crumbs and milk. After that, add the black pepper and salt to balance the taste. Once you've added all the ingredients, blend them using your hands until they're appropriately mixed.

Step 2: Make the Meatballs 

First, grease your hands with olive oil. To make meatballs, use a standard cookie scoop or a spoon and shape and mold the batter into 2-tablespoon balls, then set them on the baking paper lined with parchment paper.

Note: To make perfect meatballs, it is recommended that you let the batter chill out for an hour by putting it into the refrigerator.

Step 3: Bake the Meatballs

Now, put the meatballs in a baking oven to start the baking process. When the quick-read thermometer reaches 160 degrees Fahrenheit, the meatballs are done baking. Cool on a chilling wire rack after removing the meatballs from the dish. After that, your beef meatballs are ready to be served.

Note: You must heat the oven to 425-degree Fahrenheit before baking the meatballs properly.

[Bonus Sections]: How You Can Present or Serve the Meatballs

  • To create Italian meatballs, combine the meatballs with a 1-pound bag of pasta (cooked to al dente) and a quantity of marinara sauce, and you've got yourself a meal.

  • Combining this recipe with your favorite Swedish creamy sauce will result in delicious Swedish meatballs.

  • You can serve Alfredo meatballs by combining an Alfredo sauce with the meatballs.

  • BBQ meatballs are prepared using your own BBQ sauce (made at home) with the meatballs. 

  • Grape jelly sauce (which is made by simmering one cup grapes jelly and one and a half ketchup cup together until thick) and are served with retro grape jelly meatballs.

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1 comment

There are no amounts to use. I need to know how much of each ingredient. Isn’t it so?


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