I recently posted a recipe for gravy. This recipe is the companion to the gravy recipe. These are really good!
2 tblsp-Grated Romano cheese
2 tblsp-Pine nuts
Fresh Parsley to taste
2-Cloves of crushed, fresh garlic
½ loaf-stale Italian bread
First: Soak the stale bread in water and when thoroughly soaked, peel off the crust and squeeze with all your might until all the water is removed.
Second: With very clean hands, mix the meats and all the other ingredients together until you have a nice, well-mixed mound of meat.
Third: Heat a large frying pan until it is very hot. When the pan is sufficiently hot pour in the olive oil (about 1/8 of an inch deep). When a drop of water can pop in the oil you are ready to cook.
Fourth: Keeping your hands slightly wet with water, form the meatballs. Not completely round but slightly oval so they will cook through. Place them in the hot oil and when they are browned on one side turn them over and brown the other side.
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