Meatballs Casserole With Green Beans

Meatballs Casserole With Green Beans created by loof751

Meatballs recipe inpired by the maroccan recipe of My Lubia Chala With Kefta Recipe #134474 By ElizabethAuthorAKAHajar

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1hr 30mins



  • Fry onion, add all the other ingredients and cook covered for 20 minutes.
  • In the meanwhile mix all ingredients for the meatballs together and shape a dozen of balls.
  • Cook your meatballs in a casserole with the grill of your oven until they are brown, but not black! This takes about 10 Minutes.
  • Top your meatballs with your vegetables and continue to cook for half an hour covered at low temperature.
  • Stir in lemon.
  • Serve with preferably with flatbread or couscous.
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  1. loof751
    Meatballs Casserole With Green Beans Created by loof751
  2. loof751
    Delicious meatball and veggie dish! I cooked my meatballs in the oven as directed (450 degrees for about 15 minutes), then just added them to the skillet with the veggies for the final 30 minutes. The meatballs were so moist and flavorful and great with all those veggies. Served with whole wheat pasta and just loved this - thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for the Best of 2011 event, recommended by BLUE ROSE
  3. Sephardi Kitchen
    I did change this recipe up a bit, but it was very good! I used all the spices you listed in the recipe, but also added a little bit of cumin seed pepper flakes, and cinnamon (I love that combination in meatballs), and cooked everything on the stovetop. All in all, a very nice weekday recipe, thanks for posting! Made for January NA*ME Tag.
  4. Karen Elizabeth
    Meatballs Casserole With Green Beans Created by Karen Elizabeth
  5. Karen Elizabeth
    Must admit I also misinterpreted the directions and thought I was supposed to cook the casserole on top of the stove, but this worked well, to be honest, I chose to brown the meatballs in a heavy frying pan and added the pre-sauteed vegetables to that, covering and cooking at a low heat. We really enjoyed the fusion of flavours, slightly exotic without being too strong for the girls, and absolutely perfect served on couscous, which we all love. Good moist meatballs, the vegetables were not overcooked, this was enjoyed by all, and DH enjoyed the leftovers for a very good lunch today!!! Thank you, awalde, another excellent recipe, made for PRMR tag game.

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