Meatballs with tomato sauce and farfalini

Submitted by enr on 24 Aug 2010
400 g minced meat (mixed - 60% beef, 40% pork)
500 ml crushed tomatoes
clove garlic, savory, basil, cumin, a pinch of dry garlic
salt, olive oil
3 tbsp ground feta cheese Parmesan
150 g pasta - type small butterflies
Meatballs with tomato sauce and farfalini
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Knead well with dry minced meat garlic, savory, cumin, basil and salt. In skillet put olive oil to warm and saute garlic clove without burn. Add tomatoes Salt lightly and sprinkle with a little basil. Wait to boil tomatoes. Then take a small portion of minced meat and make small balls the size of a walnut and leave them in boiling tomatoes. Top up with a glass of water can and vegetable broth. Reduce heat and simmer 30-40 minutes. During this time, boil farfalinite (pasta) in salted water. When the water has evaporated sauce and meatballs are cooked add the finished paste. Stir well and serve Sprinkle each serving with Parmesan.
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24 Aug 2010


I hope you like it. The recipe is very simple, it quickly and with exceptional taste. Good appetite!

paste her love only with butter and cheese, but I tried and your Italian ,, *option.

Hello, akva7! Thank you for your evaluation. I completely understand when you say that pasta is like sugar and oil. I can not tell you how I was strange from the start when I tried Italian Pasta with meat and tomatoes, etc. such. But now it is my favorite cuisine. I am glad that you like this recipe, you can actually not add some pasta, but to remain meatballs with tomato sauce if you prefer. Success in the kitchen!

Bravo, super recipe. Easy and fast!

super delicious! and quickly ..

I really like the recipe, will try! I guess with spaghetti will get the same result, right?

italyantsite do normally eat pasta separately, taking into OE tomato sauce only and do not put the pasta with meatballs, maybe this is a new way I do not know

I can not believe that anyone can make a note of whether the pasta and sauce to be served separately or stir immediately before that ...