Great meatballs to go with any spaghetti sauce. Make these as large or as small as you like. My family has been making this recipe for over 45 years and my sons often request Spaghetti and Meatballs for their birthdays.
I always make a double batch and freeze in portions for future quick use.
My sons loved meat loaf growing up. While all 3 were teenagers at home I would often double or triple this recipe for one meal. Even the one that hates onions loves this recipe. This recipe is from my mom's Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook (1954).
If you can "Country Fry" chicken, pork , and beef cube steaks, why not ground beef patties ? Well, with this recipe you can.:) When handling the "steaks" please take care when turning over in the egg/milk mixture,because they might crumble.And the same goes for turning over in the seasoned flour.For easier handling of the "steaks" you may want to freeze them for about 1/2 an hour or until they are slightly firm.If desired please adjust seasonings according to your tastes.For a true comfort meal serve with your favorite mashed potato and green bean recipes.Submitted to "ZARR" on November 21st,2008
I can remember my mom making us these for years. Then the stuff in the can came out and that was the rage - until we tried it. We begged her to never, ever buy that stuff again! Nothing fancy about this recipe - common ingredients found in just about every kitchen. *Warning: You may need a bib! ;)
Recipe from Kraft Food & Family Magazine and talk about zippy and packed full of flavor. Use your choice of heat on the salsa, we like it hot! Serve with mash potatoes, black beans and tossed green salad.
My garden runneth over...I've searched and searched for a recipe to use a little of all of my garden bounty and this came up. Adapted from a recipe in Southern Living Cookbook. I served this with a pan of cornbread with honey butter. Delish!! *The key to this dish is to use freshest vegetables you can.
Kansas City was and still is considered a "Cow Town". We are blessed to call The Hereford House our hometown restaurant. Celebrating 50 years they finally shared their recipes in the local paper. If you can't make it to KC at least you can eat like you're here.