Rich, robust and wholesome; meatballs are a meat lover's dream come true. The sheer joy of biting into coarsely pounded meat, seared in flavours of your favourite herbs is indescribable. You may add them to your subs, sandwiches and pastas; meatballs are sure to impress. More often than not, they end up being the show-stealer too. And if you are thinking meatballs are just minced meat and herbs, you are wrong! You can play around with the stuffing too. Throw in a cube of cheese in the middle of the balls. Once cooked, the cheese would ooze out once you bite into it. You can experiment with a variety of herbs and spices too. Cooking meatballs is actually not that tough. It may be a little time consuming, but is definitely not cumbersome if certain pointers are kept in mind.
Meatballs can be stored in refrigerator for about a week
If you are not able to finish all meatballs at one go, you can either store them or dunk them in sauce. Put them in a container, cover them from top and keep in a refrigerator. Did you know you can store meatballs in a fridge for about a week? Reheat over low-heat in a saucepan or in the microwave, when you want to consume it.