26/05/2016

How To: Meatballs & Mozzarella Rolls



We feel like it's been a while since we've posted a proper food post, so here it is!

Tonight we've felt like an American diner kind of night, with a twist. Let's just say it's not your typical hot dog meal that it seems. This idea was based on the milkshakes we'll be making (next post).

We've made meatballs and mozzarella rolls, I know they may not seem like the most prettiest things we've made but we do actually believe that the pictures don't do them justice! 



They are so so so easy to make with just 4 ingredients and super tasty. Ingredients and instructions can be found at the bottom of this post. 




Story time:

James went to Tesco with one job, to buy the ingredients. Apparently, there was no meatballs, so he took the initiative to buy minced meat and we'd just make the meatballs ourselves, which we did, simply by mixing together with mixed herbs and salt and pepper to taste and rolled into balls.

Turns out that there were meatballs in the freezer but ahh well, they'll get used in the end! 

Once we started cooking, had to send James back to Tesco because we felt like  the amount of cheese was not enough... Again, it was most defiantly enough, but one cannot have too much cheese ;)

With this dish you could pretty much serve any sides with it - a side salad if that's what you're into or go fill out diner like us - skinny fries and some coleslaw (there was even a side of corn on the cobs slathered in butter)

We intended to have a "light" meal, due to the heavy milkshake we plan on having, but that wasn't going to happen, not with us anyway. 



Ingredients

  • White Hot Dog Rolls
  • Meatballs
  • Pasta Sauce 
  • Mozzarella Cheese

Instructions

  1. Pre heat oven to 200 degrees and prepare your baking tray with baking paper of baking spray. 
  2. Place your cooked meatballs in a large pot and cover with your pasta sauce. Gently fold the meatballs with the sauce, Heat the meatballs and sauce on low-medium, stirring occasionally, until the meatballs are heated thoroughly.
  3. Fill a roll with as many meatballs as you can fit and top with more pasta sauce.
  4. Place filled rolls closely on baking sheet and cover with mozzarella cheese.
  5. Bake until cheese is melted. 
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