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Albondigas Con Salsa De Tomate (Spanish Style Meatballs)

Albondigas Con Salsa De Tomate (Spanish Style Meatballs) created by Ashley Cuoco

These Spanish style meatballs with tomato sauce are fabulous....can't remember where I got this recipe.

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  • Combine meatball ingredients in a bowl.
  • Shape mixture into balls.
  • Cook in 2 tbspns olive oil, turning frequently.
  • Add sauce ingredients to pan.
  • Cover and cook gently, about 15 minutes; until tomatoes are pulpy and meatballs are cooked through.
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  1. Ashley Cuoco
    Albondigas Con Salsa De Tomate (Spanish Style Meatballs) Created by Ashley Cuoco
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  2. hedgiehog
    Great recipe, thanks for posting! I used ground pork because that's what I had defrosted and instead of fresh tomatoes I used one tin of diced tomatoes with liquid. Alternatively, I could have used one tin of Spanish style tomato sauce and substituted the cilantro for the rosemary. <br/>I served it over white rice with some steamed vegetables on the side. My family loved it!<br/><br/>Thanks again!
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  3. hedgiehog
    Great recipe, thanks for posting! I used ground pork because that's what I had defrosted and instead of fresh tomatoes I used one tin of diced tomatoes with liquid. Alternatively, I could have used one tin of Spanish style tomato sauce and substituted the cilantro for the rosemary. <br/>I served it over white rice with some steamed vegetables on the side. My family loved it!<br/><br/>Thanks again!
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  4. Queen Dana
    This dish had great flavor and I added just a little bit of smoked spanish style paprika to my meatball mixture. My ground beef was a little too lean and next time I will add an egg to the meatball mixture to help them stay together. The sauce was very chunky and I used red instead of white wine. Thanks for the recipe.
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  5. LatinaAtHeart
    These Spanish style meatballs with tomato sauce are fabulous....can't remember where I got this recipe.
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