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This beef meatball recipe is super easy to make. Though they may be cooked in different ways and served with different sauces, the basic concept of a beef meatball is always the same: minced beef mixed with spices and other ingredients, formed into a ball, and then cooked.
Easy to cook and delicious Beef Meatball.
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What's more comforting than a bowl of beef meatballs and warm beef soup? This classic dish is easy to make at home with this delicious recipe. Most traditional recipes used a mix of beef and pork. But we found that all-beef meatballs are just as flavorful. Seasoning is key, whether you go the classic method with salt, pepper, or egg. Or you can get creative with your spices too. And don't forget the sago flour, they help bind the meat together. The history of beef meatballs is a long and storied one. Beef has been a popular protein source for centuries, and meatballs have been a staple food in many cultures. The first recorded mention of beef meatballs comes from an 11th-century cookbook, but it is believed that they were being made long before that. Though their exact origins are unknown, beef meatballs have been enjoyed for centuries by people all over the world. Though they may be cooked in different ways and served with different sauces, the basic concept of a beef meatball is always the same: minced beef mixed with spices and other ingredients, formed into a ball, and then cooked.

YIELDS2 servings
TOTAL TIME50 minutes

Ingredients

  • 1 L of water to boil the meatballs
  • 250g minced beef
  • 10g fried shallots
  • 6g fried garlic
  • 10g salt
  • 100 ml of cold water
  • 80g sago flour

Complementary

  • Fried garlic
  • Celery

Steps

1

Mix the minced beef, fried shallots, fried garlic, salt, and cold water. Stir well.

Step 1 of cooking Beef Meatball.
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2

Add sago flour and stir again until all ingredients are blended together.

Step 2 of cooking Beef Meatball.
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3

Round the dough into small balls using two spoons and put the meatballs into the water.

Step 3 of cooking Beef Meatball.
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4

Boil the water until the beef meatballs float. You can also make beef meatball soup using this boiled water. You just need to add salt, chicken powder, and pepper as desired.

Step 4 of cooking Beef Meatball.
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5

Serve beef meatballs with the soup, complemented by fried garlic and celery.

Step 5 of cooking Beef Meatball.
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