More than fifty recipes that celebrate the versatility of meatballs, fritters, and other bite-sized rounds of deliciousness!
I love meatballs!” people say around the world.
Round morsels of bite-sized savory foodsmeat, poultry, fish, grains, and vegetableshave never been more popular. In Turkey alone, there are more than 150 traditional recipes for meatballs. It’s nearly impossible to get a seat in New York City’s Meatball Shop, and food trucks that feature an enormous array of meatballs are popping up all over the United States and beyond.
More Than Meatballs offers dozens of recipes, from classic Italian polpetti and French boule de viande to Spanish and Mexican albondigas, Moroccan merguez meatballs, Sicilian arancini (stuffed risotto balls), and carrot fritters. A final chapter features meatballs in traditional and contemporary contexts, with soups, salads, tacos, sandwiches, and, of course, spaghetti.
In addition, the book offers natural options for gluten-free meatballs and practical suggestions for making your kitchen meatball friendly.
Highlights of the recipes include:
Roasted Garlic Meatballs Fresh Herb Meatballs with Fried Padrons & Aioli Lamb & Chard Caillettes Carrot Fritters Dirty Rice Boulettes with the Devil's Mustard Sauce Chef John Ash's Chicken & Shrimp Meatball Soup And many more!
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