Last night I published this picture to Facebook: Dinner of Oven Baked Porcupine Meatballs. These meatballs are super delicious and rather easy to make actually. I served them with baked butternut squash and heated store-bought gravy. There is merely enough rice to get a nice “bite” without going carb-crazy. I hope you enjoy. You can find 66 all-new recipes in the new book — recipes for Day 6 Living that keeps us on the right track with this weight-loss surgery and keep our tummies happy. 4.00 from the cover! And I’ve promised to signal all pre-order copies. This recipe reminds me of the great casserole foods from the 1970’s. My mother made the meatballs with the rice mixed along with the meat.
But moving the meatballs in the pre-soaked rice gives the meatballs more bite without overindulgence in starchy carbohydrate. Any surface meat shall work in this formula, but if you use ground chicken or Turkey be sure to add a little amount of essential olive oil or other fat so the meatballs are succulent. Soak grain in hot plain tap water in a large bowl while planning meat combination.
Line a big cooking sheet with foil and place cooking rack at the top so that fat will drip through rack to foil lined sheet. Spray rack with cooking spray. Combine surface veal, rice wine vinegar, green onions, diced drinking water chestnuts, cornstarch, egg white, sugar, sesame oil, salt, and pepper. Mix well. Form into 24 consistently sized meatballs.
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Drain rice in a sieve and transfer to a shallow dish. Roll each meatball in rice to coating and place 1-in. Apart, on baking rack. Bake in preheated oven for 18-22 minutes or until meatballs are done. Serves 6, 4 meatballs each. Per portion: 243 Calories; 6g Fat; 18g Protein; 28g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber. Water chestnuts will be the edible tuber of the water plant within Southeast Asia. They may be bland with a hint of sweetness and respected for the crunch they add to stir-fried dishes.
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