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belgian meatballs braised in beer



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  1. To prepare meatballs
  2. Soak bread crumbs in milk until thoroughly moistened
  3. Squeeze dry with hands
  4. Combine bread crumbs
  5. Ground meats
  6. Eggs
  7. Shallots
  8. Parsley
  9. Salt
  10. Pepper and nutmeg in medium bowl
  11. Form mixture into 6 to 8 balls or patties
  12. Dust with 2 tablespoons flour
  13. Heat butter and oil in deep
  14. Heavy dutch oven
  15. Until hot but not smoking
  16. Over high heat
  17. Add meatballs
  18. Cook until browned on all sides
  19. About 5 minutes
  20. Making sure butter does not burn
  21. Remove meat balls to platter
  22. Keep warm
  23. To prepare sauce
  24. Discard all but 2 tablespoons of fat in pan
  25. Add onion and endives
  26. Cook over low heat
  27. Stirring constantly
  28. For about 10 minutes
  29. Add sugar
  30. Salt
  31. Pepper and 2 tablespoons flour to vegetables
  32. Cook
  33. Stirring
  34. For 1 to 2 minutes longer
  35. Add beer and broth
  36. Heat to quick boil
  37. Scraping up all brown bits from bottom of pan
  38. Reduce heat to simmer
  39. Return meatballs to pan
  40. Placing them on top of vegetables
  41. Simmer
  42. Partly covered
  43. Until meat is cooked through
  44. 45 minutes
  45. Sprinkle with parsley and serve

Step 21

Total Time in Minute 75

Ingredients Count 18

cooking belgian meatballs braised in beer

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Fresh white breadcrumbs


Ground beef

Ground pork



Fresh parsley

Salt and pepper



Unsalted butter

Vegetable oil


Belgian endive


Salt & pepper

Pilsner beer

Beef broth

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