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I think that by now you know I love to cook. I love inventing things and experimenting with different foods and recipes. But sometimes you need to take the shelf instead of the self and by that I mean look for recipes and integrate them into your kitchen.
This week I prepared Coconut Milk Meatballs, fully inspired by Gordon Ramsay’s meatballs.
I still enjoy them days after I first made them!
Coconut Milk Meatballs
Meatballs with rice and a special touch
- Large deep pan with a cover
- 2 spoon Olive oil
- 1 kg Ground beef
- 1 Onion
- 3 cloves Garlic
- 0.5 cup Breadcrumbs
- 0.5 cup Milk
Rice and Sauce
- 1 cup Rice
- 1 Ginger
- 400 ml Coconut Milk
- 2 spoon Olive Oil
- 1 spoon Ground Chili Pepper
- 1 spoon Kosher Salt
- 1 spoon Black Pepper
- Chop the onion and the garlic
- Turn on the stove top with a pan on it and the Olive Oil
- When the oil is hot enough, add the onion and garlic to it. Cook it until it is brown/gold
- In a cup, add the milk and the breadcrumbs
- Mix it with the ground beef
- Add the onion and garlic to the mixture and mix
- Add some oil to the pan and turn the fire up
- With your hands, make meatballs from the mixture. Make them the size of a golf ball and insert them into the pan
- After 3 minutes, turn them to the other side
- Wait another 3 minutes and add the coconut milk
- Let the milk heat up, slice the ginger and add it to the pan
- Add the salt, pepper and chili
- After another 3 minutes, add a cup of rice and half a cup of hot water to the pan
- Mix it well so the rice is fully covered by the liquids and bring it to boil
- Cover the pan and lower the fire for 10 minutes
- Serve directly from the pan!
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Very good. I substituted cumin for the chili as I can’t eat spicy. I also used ground turkey meat because that is what I had on hand and oatmeal instead of bread and cashew/almond milk instead of real milk as my husband is allergic to milk. It was very good. I am sure the original recipe is equally good as well.
I’m happy you liked it! The nice thing about cooking and recipes is that everyone can make the changes s/he wants to make it tastier for her/him 🙂