Meatballs: No one really knows where meatballs were first invented or who actually invented them…
According to tableside New York, the meatball could have started out as the Persian Kofta.
Since then, people from all over the world have experimented with flavours and meats creating tasty snacks, treats and meaty meals.
Picking a favourite from a world of meatballs is a hard job, but someone got to do it.
Here are 5 of our favourite meatball recipes of all time.
North African Chermoula Meatballs recipe
There delicious aromatic meatballs have all the earthy spiciness synonymous with North Africa cuisine.
They’re cooked in a rich sauce and can be served with just about anything with pap to steamed bread.
No meat meatballs with hasselback potatoes recipe
Plant-based diets are all the rage, and there has never been a better time to go plant-based. You never have to feel deprived of anything and with theses meatballs on your plate, going plant-based is a treat.
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs in a buttery sauce are so addictive, delicious, and easy to make.
Pork Meatball Pitas with Tahini Yoghurt recipe
Pork meatballs in pita are excellent picnic food and buffet food. Let everyone build their own meatball sandwiches.
Mango-jalapeno Turkey Meatballs recipe
A delicious sweet and savoury meatball recipe that is perfect for dipping and snacking.
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