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First, of course, you need ground venison. Whether it's whitetail, elk or something else, your preparation in the field, after you get home or at the processor and then in the kitchen makes the difference.
Using fresh herbs and spices, of course, also helps with any dish. If you're searching for a little plastic container of something in the pantry that's been in there so long you don't remember buying it, get some fresh items. Here's a great recipe from Camp Chef for grilled venison meatballs stuffed with basil and mozarella. Sounds great! Turn pellet grill or grill to high.
If using SmokePro SG, turn to direct heat mode. Using a medium sized bowl, mix bread crumbs, yogurt, milk, eggs, chopped garlic, Parmesan cheese, parsley, oregano, salt and pepper. In a different bowl, mix ground beef and sausage together than add to the bread crumb mixture and combine.
Ball meat mixture into 4 oz sized balls. Set on jerky rack with a cookie sheet or roasting pan underneath to catch grease drippings. You can also cook it directly on a baking sheet or cast iron dish.
CRISPY SHRIMP BALLS - Pantry Rat
There is onion and garlic in the meatballs themselves, and their flavour is kind of infused into the sauce during the cooking process. We served these spicy meatballs with some whole grain spaghetti. But you can serve them with any of your favourite pasta, rice, vegetables or even on their own.
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Let me know how you get on with the recipe and I hope that you enjoy the eating as much as Rip enjoyed the watching of me preparing these one-pot spicy meatballs in tomato sauce! Place the ground beef in a large mixing bowl, add the rest of the meatball ingredients and gently mix them together using your hands. Season to taste and roll the mixture into balls roughly 1 inch in diameter I got 30 balls from this recipe.
Place your Dutch oven on the stovetop and place all the sauce ingredients inside. Give it a good stir and then cover and bring to the boil over a medium-high heat. When the sauce is up to the boil, remove from heat and add the meatballs. Use a kitchen spoon or simular to take care not to splash your self with hot sauce.
I want to add little meatballs to my pho tonight. Any tips on doing this?
Place the Dutch oven covered, in heated oven for 15 minutes. Remove and allow to stand for a few minutes before serving.
When rolling the meatballs, add a little vegetable oil to your hands. This will stop the mixture from sticking to your hands. I like the idea of making everything in one pot.
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